Haddonfield, NJ, March 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- "Sakura Songfest" March 21, 2015 – is a one-day exploration of Japanese culture through music, art, games, and activities for young musicians and artists in grades 3-6.
Professional music and art teachers Polly Murray and Kristin Kimmel who recently traveled to Japan to study customs, music, art, and the Japanese language will lead this program. "Songfest is a one-day cultural experience to explore art and music of different countries. Through hands-on cultural experiences, we hope that children will better understand the many different people of our world." - Polly Murray, Artistic Director ChildrenSong of New Jersey
The artistic staff and other local music teachers will assist the children as they sing Japanese songs, learn some simple phrases, create art projects, learn to use chopsticks, and play Japanese games at Haddonfield Middle School.
The day starts with registration at 8:00am and ends with a presentation at 2:00 for parents and friends. For the $25 participation fee, the student will receive a Songfest shirt, snacks, water, small art project, chopsticks, and packet of activities and songs learned through the day.
Register now for this exciting, unique experience for young musicians and artists in grades 3-6.
ChildrenSong of New Jersey, is a choral music education and performance program based in Haddonfield, New Jersey. Established in 2000, the program serves 75 children in four choirs between the ages of 8 and 18 from Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties. The organization provides quality music instruction with the goal of attaining the highest level of artistic excellence in choral music performance.
For more information and to register, visit www.childrensong.org.
PO Box 134, Haddonfield, New Jersey 08033