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Drop Me Off in Harlem Drop Me Off in Harlem

Drop Me Off in Harlem

Drop Me Off in Harlem will give students the opportunity to explore the art, music, and people that changed Harlem from a neighborhood into a historical landmark

Edwin Colón Zayas Edwin Colón Zayas

Edwin Colón Zayas

A 2009 NEA Heritage Award winner, the Puerto Rican composer, arranger, and director is best known as a musician with a passion for the cuatro, a guitar-like instrument with five sets of double strings.

El Alto Strings El Alto Strings

El Alto Strings

The Bolivian musicians may practice Bach and other classical music at home, but they were eager to share their interpretation of traditional Bolivian music during their performance at the Kennedy Center.

Elephant and Piggie Elephant & Piggie's We Are in a Play

Elephant & Piggie's We Are in a Play

Explore the creative process behind the writing, music, and design of the musical Elephant & Piggie’s We Are in a Play! This video series features clips from the performance and takes you behind the scenes to hear from author/illustrator/lyricist Mo Willems and others on the creative team.

NSO YPC Exploring Extremes Exploring Extremes: Music to the Max!

Exploring Extremes: Music to the Max!

Join the NSO to explore music’s extremes—from high notes and low notes to how big or small instruments (and their sounds!) can be. Plus, get to know the “extremely talented” violin, and discover different ways of listening to music.

Felina Backer Felina Backer

Felina Backer

Whether she is bringing joy to audiences through her vocal prowess or assisting a student on their path to a successful future, Felina Backer is a true inspiration to everyone she encounters. Felina uses her talent and spirit to transcend negativity and serve as a driving force throughout the United States, Canada, and Haiti.

Blind Boys of Alabama Gospel Quartet: Blind Boys of Alabama

Gospel Quartet: Blind Boys of Alabama

Composer Thomas A. Dorsey and other pioneers of gospel music helped open the church doors to music considered sinful by conservative churchgoers. The tradition of gospel quartets continues to lift the spirits of both its listeners and participants in concert halls and churches alike.

Gulf Coast Highway Gulf Coast Highway

Gulf Coast Highway

The music of the Gulf Coast provides a microcosm of the cultural diversity and richness of the United States. Hear the music and the experience of the musicians as Artsedge takes you from Houston, Texas to Jacksonville, Florida, on a musical road trip across US-90.

hands on a djembe Haiti: Music & Culture

Haiti: Music & Culture

This video series brings you a glimpse of the music of Haiti

Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

Join the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra for a lecture and demonstration explaining each of the four sections of the Chinese orchestra as well as some of the individual instruments.

In the Studio In the Studio with Jason Moran

In the Studio with Jason Moran

Join Jason Moran, the Kennedy Center’s Artistic Advisor for Jazz, in this video series as he explains the basics of Jazz music and how the art form works. He will show you how Jazz is more like skateboarding and football than you might think, and play some original pieces, as well as a few of the classic jazz standards.

Instrument Spotter's Guide Promo Instrument Spotter's Guide

Instrument Spotter's Guide

Learn to identify the strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion instruments that make up an orchestra

Toyota Partner Robot Japan: Arts & Culture

Japan: Arts & Culture

This is your passport to the arts and culture of Japan as experienced through the Kennedy Center's Japan! culture + hyperculture festival (February 2008). This series will help you learn about some of the major art forms in Japan—art, theater, dance, music, manga, anime, robots, and visual art installations.

Joseph Bruchac Joseph Bruchac: The Flute and the Drum

Joseph Bruchac: The Flute and the Drum

Author and storyteller Joseph Bruchac explains the origin and significance of the flute and the drum to Native American culture.

Keith Bear Keith Bear, Flute-Maker

Keith Bear, Flute-Maker

Musician, storyteller and flutemaker Keith Bear sheds light on the art and tradition of making flutes in the Native American tradition in this series of video clips.

Tango Feet Latin Dance Level 1

Latin Dance Level 1

These five minute video lessons will help you learn three Latin dances: the Merengue, Salsa and Bachata. Learn the history of these styles and how to be a good partner.

Latin Dance Latin Dance Level 2

Latin Dance Level 2

These five minute Level 2 video lessons will help you learn new moves for four Latin dances: the Merengue, Salsa, Bachata, and Cha Cha Cha. Learn some history of these styles and how to hold while turning.

Listen Up! Music Is a Language

Listen Up! Music Is a Language

Did you know music has a lot to say? Without any words at all, music is a language that anyone can understand.

Mariachi Chula Vista Mariachi Chula Vista

Mariachi Chula Vista

This ensemble from San Diego’s Chula Vista High School is considered one of the best student mariachi groups in the country

indian wind musician Maximum India: The Music of India

Maximum India: The Music of India

The music of India is as diverse as its many cultures. India has over a billion people and hundreds of dialects and languages spread across the seventh largest country in the world, but there is still an undeniable “sound” that makes Indian music unmistakable. This 3-part audio series, hosted by PBS journalist Hari Sreenivasan, explores different aspects of Indian music: Indian musical instruments; the styles of music across India; and what makes Indian music unique—and where it is going

Landfillharmonic Music from the Trash Heap

Music from the Trash Heap

The people of Cateura struggle with poverty, pollution, and other problems. However, the Cateura Orchestra of Recycled Instruments inspires the youth there to find hope in music.

President's Own Music in the Military

Music in the Military

Music and musicians play an important role in military life. From the history of "Taps" to the importance of the USO, this series explores the place of ceremonial, tactical and recreational music in the US military.

Greece Music of Greece: Past is Present

Music of Greece: Past is Present

Discover how incomplete fragments of papyrus and stone can provide clues to recreating music that has not been heard in thousands of years, explore the far-reaching influence that ancient Greece has had on modern music, and experience the numerous cultural and historical influences that have contributed to the music of today’s Greece.

Bernstein! Inside the Music NSO Young People's Concert - Bernstein! Inside the Music

NSO Young People's Concert - Bernstein! Inside the Music

As an equally-famous conductor, composer, and musician, Leonard Bernstein not only conducted music by the world’s greatest composers, he also wrote many important works for orchestras.

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