Kansas Day: The Music and History of Kansas in 1861

Experience this new performance combining historical facts and writings from early Kansans, along with authentic music on instruments from the time. Richard Crowson and Aaron Fowler combine their talents and enthusiasm for history, music, art, literature and people in general to help students understand important moments in history from the inside out. Audience size is limited to 150. A microphone, an LCD projector and screen are required.

Different versions of this program are available for the following grade levels: Preschool-2nd,3rd-5th, 6th-8th.

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Appropriate for ages: PreK, Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8

Max Audience: Maximum of 150
Costs: Duo performance, $360. $25 cartage for groups over 125.
Availability
Available Monday-Friday
Format:
Performance

Artist

History Alive

Richard Crowson combines his talents and enthusiasm for history, music, art and people in general to help students understand important moments in history from the inside out.

Enter singer-songwriter Aaron Fowler and you and your students will experience a Kansas Day celebration like never before.

 

 

Their use of video and live music was especially appealing and their period costumes were good.

M. Baker, Music, Linwood Elementary, Wichita

We were thrilled with the program. It was absolutely perfect; couldn’t have been better.

T. Seltzer, Washington Accelerated Learning, Wichita

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This Organization received funding for general operational support from the City of Wichita.