2010-2011 season ends June 5th!
How many times a day do you have to remind your kids to keep the noise down? Well, at Percussion People you and your family can attend a show where noise is not only encouraged it is part of the show!
Come as the group takes you on a journey through the family of percussion instruments. Remember a percussion instrument is anything you can Scrape! Shake! or Strike! to produce a sound. The group will play a variety of traditional percussion instruments such as marimba, xylophone, rope drum, drumset, bongos and djembe just to name a few.
In addition, the group will play some not so standard percussion instruments - so beware! This interactive family concert includes an instrument building workshop prior to the concert where audience members not only enjoy the music but help to create it. The group of rebel-rousing musicians led by music director Michael Sgouros includes 11 year-old percussionist Emily Sgouros. Percussion People performs each month at the Players Theatre located at 115 MacDougal Street in the West Village.
All performances are Sundays at 11am. Instrument building workshop at 10:30am.
For ages 3 and up.
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