SOUNDS CRAZY ~ A musical exploration of everyday items

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SOUNDS CRAZY ~ A musical exploration of everyday items

5.00

SOUNDS CRAZY ~ A musical exploration of everyday items (Ages 7 - 10) 

Friday, August 2, 1 - 3pm

Instructors: Al Simmons, Tomáš Kubínek and Randy Woods

$5 per child; limited space, must pre-register online


Juno Award-winner Al Simmons demonstrates, with hilarious results, how the various instruments of a symphony orchestra make music. The principles of sound waves, vibrations, resonance, and pitch are clearly explained as Al plays his bizarre homemade versions of stringed, woodwind, brass and percussion instruments. He manages to coax music out of tin cans, soda straws, garden hoses, plastic drink bottles, rulers, coat hangers, and even a turkey baster. He explains, by way of hilarious example, the science behind the music and how his crude instruments are similar to their more expensive counterparts.

Children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian.

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