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Andrés holds a DMA (Doctorate in Musical Arts) and is a sought-after speaker and performer. He presents and performs for educators, students and their families at schools, libraries, theaters, festivals, community events and more.
Schools and libraries/Escuelas y bibliotecas:
Bibi Lobo • firstname.lastname@example.org • (224) 326-3737
Festivals, Performing Art Centers and others contact:
Stephanie Rothschild • email@example.com • (212) 421.0592
An exciting and interactive music presentation, students are introduced to Latin American song and dance. Andrés appears with a huge traveling map encouraging the audience to participate in an interactive lesson on geography by locating countries and continents while singing, shaking and sound out rhythms which lead into lessons on regional dances and practice of Spanish vocabulary, including body parts, colors, numbers and greetings which enhance their knowledge of language and culture. Andrés sings while also playing the guitar, saxophone, clarinet, percussion and surprises his audience additional instruments throughout the show.
Ideal for pre-K to 5. Dual language, ESL, Foreign Language and diversity/ multicultural studies.
Children and members of their families join Andrés on an exciting cultural seminar of Latin American through an introduction of language, music and dance. Families will sing, shake, and sound out rhythms while gaining knowledge of vocabulary in English and Spanish. Children will be encouraged to use their imaginations to ride imaginary airplane and join in singing songs that will entice dance while practicing new vocabulary.
As seen at the Smithsonian Institution’s Discovery Theatre, the National Theatre and World Café Live.