WINDSYNC

“STORIES IN SOUND”

Virtual Educational Outreach Video for K-5th Grade

 

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The Artists & Program

WindSync’s “Stories in Sound” is an interactive, educational program designed for students in grades K-5.

Inspired by storytelling, the program is a musical journey which cultivates an appreciation for classical music, introduces the five wind instruments of the orchestra, and develops new ways of listening.

Complete with costumes and choreography, the program includes arrangements of Aaron Copland’s “Hoedown” from Rodeo, a selection of dances from Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story, and concludes with an interactive retelling of Peter and the Wolf by Sergei Prokofiev.

Suddenly, the musicians in WindSync become the characters in the unforgettable and exciting classic tale!

Sign up for this free educational outreach video presented by Beaches Fine Arts Series by completing the form to your right.

A link to the video will be sent directly to you from BFAS Executive Director, Kathy Wallis.

We hope you and your students will enjoy the video!

 

BFAS EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH VIDEO

WINDSYNC

“STORIES IN SOUND”

For K-5th Graders

The Artists & Program

WindSync’s “Stories in Sound” is an interactive, educational program designed for students in grades K-5.

Inspired by storytelling, the program is a musical journey which cultivates an appreciation for classical music, introduces the five wind instruments of the orchestra, and develops new ways of listening.

Complete with costumes and choreography, the program includes arrangements of Aaron Copland’s “Hoedown” from Rodeo, a selection of dances from Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story, and concludes with an interactive retelling of Peter and the Wolf by Sergei Prokofiev.

Suddenly, the musicians in WindSync become the characters in the unforgettable and exciting classic tale!

Sign up for this free educational outreach video presented by Beaches Fine Arts Series by completing the form below.

A link to the video will be sent directly to you from BFAS Executive Director, Kathy Wallis.

We hope you and your students enjoy the video!