Special thanks to the Texas Commission on the Arts for their continuing support of our Fine Arts Assemblies. Helping ARTS bring world class artists to the children of Fayette County.
Bilingual storyteller Sue Young has delighted audiences at museums, festivals, schools, and libraries around Texas and the US since 1994. An accomplished singer and songwriter, she received a 2013 Texas Music Awards nomination for Female Vocalist of the Year. Her CD, The Legend of the Quetzal, received a 2007 Parents' Choice Silver Honor Award and she wrote the 2009 and 2011 Texas Summer Reading Club theme songs. Her interactive programs include Cantos Y Cuentos: Tales & Tunes of Latin America, a fun trip around Latin America through legends, folktales, traditional and original songs; ¡Viva México! Celebrate Mexico through songs and stories; Texican Tales and Tunes, cowboy songs, Mexican cantos, and stories showcasing the diverse cultural heritage of Texas.
Flatonia Elementary & Round Top - Carmine Elementary
Wednesday, Oct 13, 2021
Schulenburg Elementary & Weimar Elementary
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Hailed by the Houston Chronicle as 'revolutionary chamber musicians,' WindSync is internationally recognized for dramatic and engaging interpretations of classical music. The young, adventurous group performs from memory and focuses on building a connection with audiences through dynamic concert programming and charismatic stage presence. Frequently partnering with Young Audiences Arts for Learning across the state of Texas, WindSync also specializes in educational assembly programs in schools, family-friendly concerts, and concerts for audiences with autism or special needs. 'Peter and the Wolf' introduces the five wind instruments of the orchestra in an educational, family-friendly outreach program. Complete with a unique costumed and choreographed version of Prokofiev’s classic tale, WindSync inspires the imaginations of audiences of all ages.
La Grange Elementary
Thursday, October 21, 2021
Flying Balalaika Brothers present educational programs in three languages (English, Spanish and Russian) to the students of Texas public and private schools, celebrating the art in all its diversity by providing a unique approach to studying both the profound similarities and the distinctive differences of people throughout history and around the world.
The band also has a special program, “Application of STEM Standards with Music Concepts”. In this program, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematical applications are demonstrated in a musical presentation. Students can apply the information presented to classroom activities and
to finding solutions to problems.
St. Michael Catholic School & St. Rose of Lima Catholic School
Tuesday, September 14t, 2021
Sacred Heart Catholic School & Fayetteville ISD
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
“Music is like painting in sound. You take it into your inner heart and never lose it. It’s eternally mysterious.” - Van Cliburn
Since time and expense prohibit transporting regional children to metropolitan areas, ARTS brings performing artists to our rural communities! These FREE performances give children a front-row seat and a backstage pass to world-class fine arts experiences.
Are you interested in performing for our Fine Art Assemblies Program?
If so, give us a call today, and become an inspiration!