Wright Rhythms for Small Hands

Teaching Artist: Glen “Papa” Wright

While scraping, shaking and striking a wide variety of instruments, the enthusiasm of Glen “Papa” Wright energizes the classroom as he leads students through a creative musical adventure. Instruments are amusingly introduced to demonstrate basic rhythms, sound effects and melodies. As a culminating activity, students construct their own simple shaker to play in a festive conga dance. Also available for virtual workshops.

Audience: Grades K-4
Format: Workshop, Residency
Curriculum Connections: English/Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning, Math, Social Studies/Culture
Teaching Artist: Glen “Papa” Wright

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