Do you dream of traveling the world and experiencing different cultures? This Sunday, October 23, at the Charles R. Wood Theater, you’ll have a chance to go on a musical and visual journey around the globe through “PLACE,” a one-of-a-kind performance by HEARD that will benefit the World Awareness Children’s Museum in Glens Falls.
Photo: Elizabeth Woodbury Kasius and HEARD (provided by World Awareness Children’s Museum)
“PLACE” is a unique concert program featuring a mixture of original music, narratives, and photographs that will transport the audience to different places around the world. Some of the concert’s highlights include a trip to an Accra Open Air Market (Market Song), sitting inside an Adirondack Red Cedar Tree (Red Cedar Sleeps), and more!
The concert will be performed by HEARD, a band whose original pieces are created by composer and pianist Elizabeth Woodbury Kasius. The band’s music is based in jazz, but it also celebrates a wide range of cultures, making it the perfect complement to the World Awareness Children’s Museum.
The World Awareness Children’s Museum is dedicated to introducing children to cultures from around the world through fun and educational programs and exhibits. HEARD’s upcoming performance of “PLACE” will benefit the museum and help spread awareness of diversity and culture.
The cost to attend the concert is $30 for museum members and $40 for non-members. Included with each concert ticket is a bonus admission ticket to the World Awareness Children’s Museum. Museum Patron Circle members will be given the option of preferred seating.
The concert will take place at the Charles R. Wood Theater on October 23 at 5:00PM. Light refreshments will be available, and attendees will have the chance to hear more about the museum’s goals and exciting upcoming events.
Are you ready to undertake this musical journey?