Mil's Trills Music and Stories
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Discover the world of instruments through interactive music experiences for families with young children. Led by native New Yorker, Amelia Robinson (Michael Nyman, Broadway, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center), playing original, quirky and whimsical songs on her electric ukulele for the whole family to enjoy. Each show is unique, highlighting a featured instrument, genre or theme while exploring new sounds and senses through inventive activities, demonstrations, songs, games, Q&A and children’s storytelling accompanied by a live improvised soundtrack. Recommended by TimeOut New York and New York Magazine. Suitable for ages 0-2 (10:30am) and 3-5 years (11:45am). Ages 0-5. 10.30am showing is for 0–2 years, 11.45am is for 2–5 years. Older siblings welcome! Bring shakers & instruments! Events may be recorded for promotional purposes.
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Mil's Trills Music and Stories7 Aug 2012
Merrily chaotic exploration of musical instruments
Never mind the kids. If you’re brave enough to lay out a big pile of shakers, tambourines and ukuleles in the front row of a Fringe space, it’s the grown-ups you’ll need to hold back. A happy rhythmic jangle is already well-established before Amelia…
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