CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Performance Sunday, November 15, 2015 | 12 PM

Carnegie Kids: Songs for Unusual Creatures

Resnick Education Wing
Multi-instrumentalist, composer, and writer Michael Hearst and his band Songs for Unusual Creatures introduce families to some of the most bizarre animals on the planet. Hearst and his compatriots make these creatures come to life with the use of a wide range of peculiar instruments, including claviola, theremin, and stylophone. Unusual creatures—such as the blue-footed booby and blobfish—slither, soar, and scamper along in video projections to the band’s quirky tunes.

Performers

  • Songs for Unusual Creatures
    ·· Michael Hearst, Claviola, Theremin, Stylophone, Whistles, Bells, and Vocals
    ·· Ben Holmes, Trumpet
    ·· Allyssa Lamb, Keyboard and Vocals
    ·· Taylor Bergren-Chrisman, Bass
    ·· Kristin Mueller, Drums
Resnick Education Wing at Carnegie Hall
Weill Music Room

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Carnegie Kids is generously supported, in part, by an endowment gift from Linda and Earle S. Altman.

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