Entertaining, educational, and exciting, the Mexico Beyond Mariachi experience ignites the imagination. Expand your students’ perceptions of Mexico through the artists’ use of pre-colonial instruments and traditional interpretations of music and dance. Students learn how native cultures and Spanish culture combined to create a unique Mexican culture of music, dance, and costuming. Students come away with a fresh and authentic perspective of Mexican culture.
☀️Learn about the history and culture of Mexico, from the ancient Mexican Indians to the folk traditions of present-day Mexico.
☀️Be able to recognize the influence that geography has on cultures and traditions.
☀️Learn new vocabulary and become familiar with Spanish language.
In this interactive program, Queen Nur embraces Social Emotional Learning through storytelling. Using folktales and original stories from around the world, the audience participates in call and response stories that teach self-awareness, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.
☀️Hear Queen Nur share two stories, The Empty Pot and Sangoel.
☀️Participate in call and response and sing along
☀️Relate to characters and identify positive character traits
We want to hear from you! How have you been using and sharing our Arts Connection assembly performances weekly video series with your students during social distancing? Share your experiences, photos, and feedback with Denyce Mylson, our Director of Marketing & PR by calling 609-243-9000 or by email!
Young Audiences' mission is to inspire young people and expand their learning through the arts.
Young Audiences believes that all students deserve equal access to the arts and we strive to provide meaningful art experiences to young people regardless of cognitive or physical development, socio-economic status, or geographic location.