Celebrate with YA artist group, The Seventh Principle, the unique ability of dance to bring people together from around the world. Through a high-energy fusion of percussive dance, traditional music, and call-and-response, this program demonstrates both traditional West African and modern African-American dance while teaching about the respective cultures on both sides of the Atlantic.
☀️Experience positive images from an African cultural and historical perspective.
☀️Be encouraged to love and understand themselves and to love and understand others.
☀️Create multicultural sensitivity and awareness through African-based culture.
This multimedia presentation transforms sound with a five-string electric violin and a myriad of modern technology. Students journey from Bach’s classics to today’s techno-wonders. Through modern techniques of music production and unique soundscapes, students learn the scientific concepts and art involved in the creation of live music. Three-dimensional sound waves become visible, bringing music to life before the audience’s very eyes— and ears!
☀️Understand how science and art can interact to create something new.
☀️Be exposed to the technology of sound looping and sound effects.
☀️Develop an awareness of the diversity of musical sounds in an environment.
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.