Massachusetts Programs & Performers Directory : Program Description

Music for Young Children

Program Category: * Music * Dance * Educational Programs
Audience:Babies - Toddlers - Second Graders
Description:Throughout New England - children, parents and librarians truly enjoy this program! (Read the outstanding reviews by librarians at Dale's website!) For the past 8 years, Dale has performed his own songs and traditional favorites for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, and up to the 8 year old set. Dale's 45 minute concert consists of music from his two excellent selling CDs available at iTunes and 50 more on-line companies! The interactive performance is similar to a Raffi and Wiggles concert. Dale plays guitar and sings with his own pre-recorded backgrounds of drums, guitars, bass, and keyboards.
The lively show consists of lots of dancing, actions, and singing along to rock and roll, country, blues, a few multi-cultural tunes, all while incorporating different styles of music. It's an EXCITING and FUN concert for the kid in all of us, ages 0 - 90!
Fee:$300. Fee is due day of performance. Fee includes most travel, excluding Cape Cod and Western Massachusetts.
Group Size:Any
Program Length:45 minutes
Facility Requirements:Room for children to move around in.
Last Modified:03/19/2004
Comments:One hour prior to performance to setup and do a quick sound check.

Recent Library/School Appearances by Dale Freeman:

Grafton Public Library Grafton, MA (508) 839-4649
Taft Public Library Mendon, MA (508) 473-3259
Acton Discovery Museum Acton, MA (978) 264-4200

Performer’s Contact Information:

Dale Freeman

Dale Freeman
6 Oak Street
Medway, MA 02053-2135
Phone: 508-317-9215
Email: dadafreeman@earthlink.net
Web Site: http://www.dalefreeman.com
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