Massachusetts Programs & Performers Directory : Program Description

Music for Young Children

Program Categories: * Dance * Educational Programs * Music
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 over 10 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. Dale's music was recently used by the BBC in London for the popular UK Television show - "Dick & Dom's Hoopla!"


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:$325.

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:06/02/2016
Comments:

One hour prior to performance to setup and do a quick sound check.

Recent Library/School Appearances by Dale Freeman:

Simon Fairfield Public Library Douglas, MA (508) 476-2695
Bacon Free Library Natick, MA (508) 653-6730
Leach Library Londonderry, NH (603) 432-1127
John Curtis Free Library Hanover, MA (781) 826-2972
Medway Public Library Medway, MA (508) 533-3217

Performer’s Contact Information:

Dale Freeman

Dale Freeman
6 Oak Street
Medway, MA 02053-2135
Phone: (508) 317-9215
Email: dhfreeman321@yahoo.com
Web Site: http://www.dalefreeman.com
Preferred Contact Method: Email
Page last updated on 05/22/2015