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Workshop explores traditional Inca music & dance

PLYMOUTH — Continuing its celebration of Arts in the Schools month, the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire offers a special opportunity for educators in the Plymouth area. On Tuesday, March 25, educators are invited to take part in a professional development workshop on the music and culture of the Inca people (of the Andes mountains) at Plymouth Elementary School.

Networking, refreshments, and discussion of cultural programs in schools will be offered from 3:30-4:30, with the workshop following from 4:30-6 p.m. The first 10 teachers to purchase tickets will pay $15 (which includes a free pan flute); members of the public and additional teachers will pay $25, which includes a traditional pan flute. Additional discounts are available for Arts Alliance members. Come for networking, discussion, and a glimpse into a new culture! Register at www.aannh.org.

From March 24-28, the Arts Alliance presents Inkas Wasi, a group of South American musicians and dancers known for their high-energy concerts with traditional instruments and dance of the Incas. The group will present a series of school assemblies and workshops during the day in local communities, with evening events open to the public, including concerts in Intervale and Bethlehem, a workshop in Plymouth for educators, and a dance workshop appropriate for adults and for students 12 and up in Franconia.

For more information on all of the workshops and concerts being offered, visit www.aannh.org, or call (603) 323-7302.

 

 
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