Family Music Workshop with Recycled Percussion
Join us on March 14th at 11:00am for an hour-long “junk rock” workshop like no other. This is an opportunity that is perfect for the whole family, no experience necessary! Students will have a hands-on opportunity to play alongside Recycled Percussion, learning how to become musically creative with whatever “instrument” is around. In addition, folded into the workshop are themes of anti-bullying, which is conducive to tolerance and collaboration in any environment. Bring a stock pot, bucket, or a pan, and come jam with us at The Lyric! Mom and dad, no homework…no excuses, it’s spring break and it's FREE!!
We are also looking for donated items in order to make this workshop accessible for all who are interested in attending; if you have old aluminum pots, pans and buckets to spare, it would be greatly appreciated to provide our youth with repurposed instruments.
To RSVP for this FREE FAMILY WORKSHOP or make a recycled donation please contact Lauren Epsenhart, Director of Education, at (772) 220-1942 x205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proudly sponsored by Women Supporting the Arts and The Arts Foundation of Martin County.
Meet Recycled Percussion
Taking percussion to a whole new level, Recycled Percussion is a “junk rock” performance perfect for the whole family. After becoming a national phenomenon following their appearance on America’s Got Talent in 2009, Recycled Percussion has brought their brand of innovative rock percussion to audiences across the United States and around the world in over 15 countries. In their immersive performances, the quartet of percussionists use buckets, power tools, ladders, trashcans, and anything else they can get their hands on to make music.