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Small Island Big Song Student Matinee 

Small Island Big Song invites audiences to explore the little-known cultural connections that tie a population of 400 million people living on islands in the Indian and Pacific oceans through a sensory journey guided by some of the region’s best musicians. 

Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022, 11 a.m.

tickets

  • Tickets: $6

Reserve Tickets

Tickets can be reserved by calling patron services coordinator, KeiLani Daniels, at 480-874-4696. When calling, please provide your school contact information and the number of buses your group will be bringing, Chaperone tickets are free at the following ratio to students:  

1:5 for elementary school
1:8 for middle school
1:10 for high school 

About the Event

Small Island Big Song invites audiences to explore the little-known cultural connections that tie a population of 400 million people living on islands in the Indian and Pacific oceans through a sensory journey guided by some of the region’s best musicians.  

In this hour-long musical performance, students will experience island traditions through song and dance. Weaving their performances with multimedia and other tools, Small Island Big Song artists will explain the geography, ecology, and cultures of their oceans through music. The performance includes participatory dance and rhythmic activities, as well as an open Q & A with students. 

Best for grades 3 and up. 

 

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location

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts | Virginia G. Piper Theater
7380 E 2nd St
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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RSVP required

Tickets can be reserved by calling patron services coordinator, KeiLani Daniels, at 480-874-4696. When calling, please provide your school contact information and the number of buses your group will be bringing, Chaperone tickets are free at the following ratio to students:  

1:5 for elementary school
1:8 for middle school
1:10 for high school