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Totally Vocally
Totally Vocally is packed with music, entertainment, and education!  Through contemporary and classic cover songs as well as original works, Ball in the House helps students discover the history of a cappella singing from chant to doo wop. The elements of teamwork and collaboration are equally highlighted as students explore how various vocal parts create […]
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Peter and the Wolf
This classic musical story is brought to stirring life as instruments “play” the voices of Peter and his animal friends. Through theatrical devices including mask and mime, students participate to help create the characters. Students learn about woodwind instruments and musical concepts while sharpening their listening skills.
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The Amazing Junk Jam
Are you ready to jam? Environmental sustainability and social responsibility take center stage in this high-energy educational program featuring found objects and homemade instruments. Everyone gets involved, as students create and layer sounds, using looping technology to create songs. Learning that junk can be used in so many ways has never been such fun!
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Sonic Evolution
From high-energy original music to classical pieces to contemporary cover songs, this cutting-edge quartet’s original and organic crossover sound bridges classical and rock music. Students participate directly in this exciting and energizing program as they learn about the string and percussion families, compare musical styles, explore sound effects, and discover how technology can be applied […]
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Fusión Mexicana
Through the fusion of powerful lyrics and high-energy movements, the Villalobos Brothers use their violins and voices to redefine contemporary Mexican music. Original compositions and arrangements of traditional songs reflect elements of jazz, rock, classical, and Mexican folk music, and are blended to deliver a powerful message of love, camaraderie and social justice. The performance […]
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A History of American Pop Music
Take a historical, political, and geographical riff through American pop music with this unique live celebration of the history of rock & roll. From African rhythms, Delta blues, swing, R&B, and country through Elvis, Motown, the Beatles, Hendrix, disco, and world beat, four talented musicians play with authority and joy while sharing the tremendous educational […]
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Japanese Festival Drums
The music of Taikoza personifies power, grace, pulse, and driving rhythm. In the electrifying Japanese Festival Drums, three performers provide students with an auditory and visual display that captures the vitality and cultural significance of the Japanese folk festival. Students will experience an important element of cultural life in the many villages that span across the […]
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Blast Off with Brass
A musically inspiring experience! The musicians of The Manhattan Brass Quintet perform works by composers from Bach to Wynton Marsalis, with in-depth demonstrations of music using trombones, natural horn, trumpet, and piccolo trumpet. Students are introduced to a selection of musical styles and forms ranging from the 1600s through today. NOTE: North of Trenton only
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Save the Date for Dazzle 45th Anniversary Celebration April 21st 2018


Young Audiences Job Opportunity

March 19, 2018

Join Team YA as our Artists in Education Program Administrator!

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Young Audiences - In the News

March 14, 2018

Pleasantville School Uses YA Grant to Introduce Students to Instrumental Music

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March 6, 2018

National Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week is March 25–April 7, 2018

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February 27, 2018

A Gala Like No Other! Young Audiences’ Dazzle: Mad Hot Ballroom 45th Anniversary Gala is April 21st in Princeton

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We Pledge!

Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week (YA Week), YA’s annual arts education advocacy and awareness campaign, will take place March 25 – April 7, 2018. YA Week is a two-week celebration observed across the YA network to raise national and local awareness about arts-in-education initiatives through public programming, special events, and long-term residencies.
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"David Gonzalez was AMAZING!! He captivated them from the minute he stepped onto the stage and held their attention for the entire program. He is truly a gifted storyteller!"

Media Specialist Jefferson Elementary

"Mark (Lohr) was an awesome performer! Adults and children alike both were thoroughly entertained and laughed the entire time. He is definitely someone we would consider again."

Youth Services Librarian, Laurel Public Library

"Our school community truly appreciated the art that the performers of Almanac Dance Circus Theatre brought to us. It was an amazing experience enjoyed by all! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to bring this program to children!"

Vice Principal, Copper Hill Elementary

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