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TRIBAL RHYTHMS® SCHOOL PROGRAMS
(changed from touring & residencies)

Tribal Rhythms is a Creative Teaching Partner of the
Massachusetts Cultural Council

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Performances

Tribal Rhythms® Celebration

"There was a person who made a circle to keep me out...
so I made a circle to include us both."

Since 1970, the Cooperative Artists Institute's Tribal Rhythms Celebration has enchanted over a million people of all ages with its magical blend of dramatic stories, music, and dance.  Students become part of the unfolding stories, creating spontaneous music on handmade musical instruments, and moving together in "the dance of the mysterious creature."  In the process, Tribal Rhythms taps the ancient power of the arts and the primal need for human connection, to create a Learning Tribe that fosters multicultural understanding, promotes cooperation and respect, and encourages creative and critical thinking.

Performance time: l hour
Grade Levels: K-6
Audience limit: 200 maximum (no exceptions)
Single: $715.   Pair: $925.    Triple: $1400.
Add $100. for two different locations.

Program follow-up package includes:
• Classroom follow-up activities that help teachers start their own Learning Tribe, and reinforce the values introduced in the performance.
• A copy of Tribal Rhythms®, Creating the Village, A Curriculum Guide for Building Community with Children, which gives teachers more in-depth activities to help them work with their students to strengthen the sense of community in their classrooms. The curriculum includes 20 simple performing and visual arts activities that build community,  foster children's social development, and promote academic excellence; and,
• A Tribal Rhythms Caring, Cooperation and Respect Poster with the Tribal Rhythms motto — "There was a person who made a circle to keep me out, so I made a circle to include us both."

To schedule a performance for your school or community program, call us at 617-524-6378 or email us.