All Around This World’s special sing-along, dance-along homeschool music class or group class for kids introduces families to the world through experience, engagement and FUN.
** BOOK JAY FOR A FAMILY-FRIENDLY SOLO PERFORMANCE, INTERACTIVE HOMESCHOOL MUSIC CLASS, GROUP MUSIC CLASS OR PARTICIPATORY CULTURAL WORKSHOP DURING HIS TOUR THIS SUMMER, mid-JUNE to AUGUST 2017. This summer Jay will be traveling from the northernmost tip of Maine to the southernmost tip of Florida. Check out this summer’s proposed dates.
Jay teaching homeschooling families in Kansas City, summer of 2016
Jay can bring energizing, participatory, international music to your family, community or or homeschooling group through participatory educational shows that any child (or grown-up) can instantly enjoy. As heard on Kids Corner, the Hilltown Family Variety Show and Imagination Parade, beloved by all (or at least these people), Jay is a performer and educator who has traveled the world with his guitar, using music to introduce kids the world by teaching thousands of multicultural music classes, family-friendly concerts a substantial variety of multi-generational cultural workshops.
Jay will join you, your friends and all your young children in your living room, community center, school or homeschool classroom for a one-of-a-kind participatory music class. Sing, dance and move around the room as you and your children meet the world through music. We can travel musically to any or all continents. Do you want to meet a particular part of the world? “The music and movement of South Asia?” “The many rhythms of Africa?” or should we focus on one country, culture or experience — “Learn to Dance the Ethiopian Eskista.” “How (and why) to dance a Maori Haka.” “Let’s have a Son Jorocho Fandango…!” Talk with Jay about your interests, ideas and needs. We can go ANYWHERE. Check out All Around This World’s musical regions and ask Jay to focus on your favorite. (each class is approximately 40 minutes, up to 15 families per class, classroom space permitting.)
Questions? Contact Jay.