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Great Music, The 40 Assets and You!
Musical Assemblies for Elementary Schools
Join accomplished composers/performers Lori Rosolowsky and Cathy Block as they take your school through an interactive, musical journey through time. Lori and Cathy perform a diverse selection of classical and modern music from history’s great composers while integrating the 40 Assets into their program. Your students are empowered as they sing the 40 Assets song “Do the Right Thing” written for this assembly.
- This 45 to 55-minute assembly combines excellent musicianship with comedy to educate, inspire, and spread the message of the 40 Assets!
- Customized with your school’s 40 Assets-related messages
- Suitable for grades K-6
- Audience participation empowers and inspires kids to strive for excellence: assembly features 40 Assets song co-written by Central Bucks students! Schools have option to teach song to students in advance—music provided at no charge.
- Assembly price: $650.00, or $850 for 2 back-to-back shows
- Needs: screen for PowerPoint presentation. If piano/keyboard and sound system
(2 microphones) are not available, we will provide.
- To book an assembly, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (267) 221-0627
Peg Solitario, Principal (until 2011), Buckingham Elementary School says…
“Lori Rosolowsky on the keyboard and Cathy Block on flute bring a wonderful blend of humor, outstanding musical talent, and world famous melodies to the stage in this show. The pace is lively, the dialogue with the audience is engaging, and the Forty Assets messages that emerge at the end of the show take the form of an original song that the students can perform themselves. We had 500 students singing along, thanks to some pre-teaching from our vocal music teacher. Thank you to Lori and Cathy for this winning assembly!”
T. Gromball, Music Teacher, Bridge Valley Elementary School says,
“I was truly impressed with your musicianship and thoroughly enjoyed the assembly. The selections were awesome.”
Board of Editors, Scientific American, November 2010
“Music produces profound and lasting changes in the brain… Music is not just an “extra.”
A 2nd grader speaks out,
“When are you coming back?”
Lori Rosolowsky, Ph.D. is an Oberlin-trained classical pianist, piano teacher, lecturer and singer/songwriter critically praised for “captivating” her audiences. She performs with the Bucks County Symphony Orchestra, the Doylestown Heat Jazz Band and at the Phillips Mill Musical Comedy Shows. While studying music at Oberlin, she earned a BA in environmental studies and biology, then earned a PhD at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and worked as an environmental consultant before launching her professional music career.
Cathy Block is an award winning song writer/composer/multi-instrumentalist who has had her songs recorded by pop icons including: Diana Ross, Al Jarreau, Kool & The Gang, and many others. She has composed musicals that have been performed throughout the US as well as in South Africa and Canada. Cathy’s music has also been featured in prime time TV and feature film. She directs the Jazz Ensemble and teaches songwriting and composition at Solebury School and has extensive experience teaching music to children of all ages. Cathy has a Bachelor of Music Degree (Magna Cum Laude) from The Berklee College Of Music.