Scott Ainslie is a traditional acoustic Blues singer, guitarist, historian and songwriter with personal roots in the Civil Rights era and a great affection for cross-cultural exchange. He is a powerful musician, a fine singer and a masterful storyteller. Peppered with humor and stories, Ainslie’s teaching concerts help students and teachers learn to listen for the musical building blocks that continue to influence the music they hear all around them today – contemporary Rock, Bluegrass, Country, Gospel, Metal, R & B, and Hip-Hop.
Songs and Stories Around the World: Global Awareness and Tolerance
Multicultural dance presentations
Multicultural and thematic music & dance performances
This interactive magic show uses theatrical techniques to explore issues of fire safety.
Mr. Fish & Lisa Lou expose students to magic, circus arts and theatre while exciting them about science.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A BOOK follows the stages of creating an illustrated book. SOMETHING FISHY is an illustrator’s mystery.
Anti-bullying and character education
Reading is Magic
The Magic of Respect
Reading is Magic
The Magic of Change
Our concert program “Place” explores geographies, languages and musical /cultural traditions from all over the globe, featuring original and traditional music from our 5 pieced ensemble. West African dancing can also be added to the performance.
I offer a variety of workshops, including Making Nonfiction Fun, Creating A Good Story, What People Eat Around the Globe, and A Writer’s Life
Having toured professionally for over 24 years, including three performances at The White House, Jason and Matthew Tardy are living proof that education, hard work, and dedication are a direct path to a successful future.