Arts in Education Institute of Western New York to Present Free Public Performance
Sunday March 15th 2:00pm
@ The Burchfield Penney Museum 1300 Elmwood Ave. Buffalo, NY 14222
The Arts in Education Institute of Western New York will be presenting a free public performance, F'loom. F’loom is a vocal troupe based in Rochester, NY that presents cutting-edge programs of avant cappella "language music" — pieces that inhabit the fertile, mysterious realm that lies between pure language and pure music. F'loom performs original all-vocal compositions seething with satire, social commentary, pop diatribe, slap, zap, melody, poetry, and comedy. F'loom's eclectic repertoire runs the gamut from classical to avant-garde, celtic to jazz, medieval chant to post-post rap. Whether they are f'looming on the World Wide Web, cable TV, Julia Roberts, The Beatles, or Finnegans Wake, F'loom's wizardry, irreverent humor and astonishing vocal virtuosity shine through! F’loom’s performance is sponsored in part through grant support by ECRRAB.
The Arts in Education Institute’s innovative approach to teaching and learning partners teachers with teaching artists to give students art experiences that are connected to their curriculum. Our work encourages creative thinking and problem solving. Over 11,000 Western New York Students will have the opportunity this year to experience F’loom through The Arts in Education Institute, their partners in education.