Performances for Students

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.

In-person and live-streamed performances with Live Q&A. Tickets for in-person attendance is $3 per person (students, chaperones, etc), and online viewing is FREE (registration still required).

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El Santo Golpe

Tuesday, October 29, 2024

10-11 a.m.

Grades 3–12 | Curriculum Connections: Music and Spanish


El Santo Golpe better translates to The Mighty Hit, the feeling that we all get when we experience a powerful sense of joy, an unexpected punch of happiness as we connect with a song, a rhythm, movement, art, and an experience in our lives that brings us peacefulness and alegria! This artist collective was created to introduce an original take to the fun world of "Afro-Latin" music, as they borrow influences of rhythms, sounds, traditions, and Folklore from the Afro Latin Diaspora around the world.


Thursday, November 14, 2024

10-11 a.m.

Grades 4–12 | Curriculum Connections: Music, Dance and Spanish


Contra-tiempo is a bold and multilingual Los Angeles-based activist dance theater company, dedicated to transforming the world through dance—building community, facilitating dialogue, and moving audiences to imagine what is possible.


Thursday, January, 30, 2025

10-11 a.m.

Grades 3–12 | Curriculum Connections: Music, Social Studies, Math


JazzReach is a nationally recognized, New York City-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion, teaching, performance and creation of our great American jazz tradition. Long-recognized as the nation’s leading provider of live educational programming on the subject, we are fiercely committed to contributing to the cultural vitality of community life and fostering a greater appreciation, awareness and understanding of the art form.

Yellow Bird Indian Dancers

10-11 a.m.

Grades K–12 | Curriculum Connections: Dance, Social Studies, Geometry

Thursday, April 24, 2025


International renowned "Yellow Bird Productions" under the direction of Ken Duncan, member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe specializes in cultural presentations that celebrate the unique spirit of the American Indian. For the past 30 years, Yellow Bird has curated a unique showcase of songs, dances, stories and dialogue that entertain and educate audiences of all ages.

The Molly Blank Fund Performances for Students is sponsored by the Abbett Family Foundation, APS, Target and The Seiden Family Endowment.