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Amado Espinoza Workshop: Schooltime Theater Series

Date: Apr 09, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM
This hands-on workshop has a maximum of 30 participants and registration will be first come first serve.

Amado Espinoza Workshop

MISSION:To inspire curiosity and respect for world cultures and ecology; to stimulate creativity and resourcefulness; and to promote a sense of togetherness through music in the classroom and beyond.

Amado and Karen’s Junkyard Orchestra (Grades K-Adult)

Format:Interactive Assembly/ Art Workshop
Duration: 45 min

Amado and Karen’s Junkyard Orchestra demonstrates how the science of music making and the art can combine to help save the planet Earth. In a delightful, interactive assembly, the two use instruments made from repurposed or recycled materials to make music with the audience.Adults and children alike will tap into their innate ability to explore and be resourceful, just like our ancestors, the first music makers!

As a classroom or small group workshop, students will have fun making instruments and making music together, consequently promoting resourcefulness, self-esteem and community building! Students will be asked to bring objects to re-purpose (like disposable water bottles or paper towel tubes, depending on age) as well as supplies (scissors, tape, etc.) and materials to decorate their instruments.

About Amado Espinoza

Amado Espinoza (Bolivia) is a unique performing artist and instrument maker that respects his folk traditions of the Andes Mountains, while creating compositions that are sincere to his musical-wanderlust personality. While a specialist in the Bolivian Charango, he can be seen playing dozens of instruments with Ayllu, Colectivo Yanquitl, the Amado Espinoza Trio, or as a featured guest with Ensemble Iberica. Amado is a 2017 Charlotte Street Performing Arts Fellow and a past TEDxKC performer. He has made waves at the Folk Alliance International (Kansas City, MO), World Music Fest (Branson, MO), Bolivian Embassy celebration, (Washington, DC), just to name a few, and internationally (including Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Columbia). He has clients for his custom-made instruments on three continents.
He collaborates with theatre-artist Karen Lisondra, to promote art in education, including the World Music Odyssey, recycled instrument making, devised theatre production, and yoga with live music. In 2017-18 they directed an original work with the Nationally Ranked UMKC Graduate School of the Theatre.

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