Flushing Town Hall offers a range of arts-education services, including in-school assemblies designed to serve many students with a high-quality performance. Flushing Town Hall’s arts education programs captivate imaginations, broaden students’ arts and cultural experiences and provide meaningful connections between classroom subject areas and the arts.
If you cannot come to Flushing Town Hall, we offer professional music and dance ensembles at your school for an assembly. Students will be introduced to forms such as: Matinecock Storytelling & Music, Latin Jazz, Indian Kathak Dance, Chinese Juggling and Folk Dance, Mexican Dance, West African drumming & dance, Korean drumming & dance, and Colombian music and dance. Consider an assembly to reinforce social studies curriculum and cultural content.
Assembly fees vary depending on the program and the number of performing artists. Click here to make reservations.
For more information, please contact the Education Department at (718) 463-7700 ext 241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for collaborating with Flushing Town Hall Education.
DANCE & MOVEMENT
- Indian Classical and Folk Dance
- Traditional Chinese Dance
- Traditional Chinese Juggling
- Traditional Korean Dance
- West African Dance and Drumming
- Traditional Mexican Dance
- Cumbia for Kids
- Colombian Jazz
- Cumbia Roots
- Cumbia Bridges (Music of New Orleans, the Balkans and Colombia)
- West African Drumming
- Rhythm King: Al Andalusia to Dizzy (Latin, African and Caribbean Music)
- A window to the Music Tradition of the Andes Mountains
- Queens' Jazz History
- Swinging Women of Jazz
POETRY & STORYTELLING
- Matinecock Storytelling & Music (First Nation of Queens and Long Island)
- Native American Storytelling (Folklore of Native Peoples of North, Central and South American and the Caribbean)
- Ghost Tales – Here, There and Everywhere
- Sing, Dance and Tell a Story
- Jewish Tales