The Molly Blank Fund Performances for Students
The Performances for Students Series at ASU Gammage provides K-12 students with an opportunity to see incredible artists from around the world and the opportunity for teachers to incorporate these performing arts experiences into their daily curriculum. Educational curriculum guides are provided as part of this program to help students learn about the arts by incorporating vocabulary into their daily lessons. Additionally, students experience a variety of cultures and learn the importance of specific art forms and the impact of the arts on the surrounding world. Students learn to connect arts to every day school subjects like dance to science and music to math, all culminating in a live experience that thrills the senses and allows the imagination to come alive.
FREE virtual performances with Live Q&A. All performances begin at 10:30 AM and last 1 hour.
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Pacifico Dance Company | Friday, March 12, 2021
Pacifico Dance Company
Friday, March 12, 2021
Curriculum Connections: Music, Spanish and Geography
Pacifico Dance Company presents magnificent performances of Mexican folklorico dances that combine the essence of traditional styles with modern dance idioms. Spectacularly costumed, this performance is filled with animated dancing and exhilarating music that is sure to thrill and amaze.
TAIKOPROJECT | Monday, March 29, 2021
Monday, March 29, 2021
Curriculum Connections: Music, Japanese and Geography
Drums and martial arts movement fill the theater with aural and visual landscapes. Taiko Project is exhilarating, explosive and will intrigue students through visual arts, choreography and rhythm. The artists also introduce new sounds through many different forms of percussion, bamboo flutes, yokobue, marimbas and koto—the Japanese Harp.
Dance Theatre of Harlem
Dance Theatre of Harlem
Spring 2021, date to be announced soon
Curriculum Connections: Dance, Social Studies and Language Arts
Iconic American dance company Dance Theatre of Harlem will perform a mixed repertoire that highlights the brilliance of this American dance treasure. The ensemble’s 14 diverse dancers bring new life to the art form of classical ballet by using its familiar language to celebrate African American culture.
The Molly Blank Fund Performances for Students is also sponsored by The Abbett Family Foundation, APS and Target.