The program is about the joy of making music, whether singing, playing instruments or moving creatively. We find the rhythm, keep the beat and here comes the magic, it’s music in action!

‘Music in Action!’ is an artist residency including creative movement, singing, ensemble playing and most of all, FUN! Using guitar, piano, percussion and his antique 32 button accordion (Syd), Glauber brings an upbeat, irresistible rhythm into the classroom that gets bodies moving and voices lifted in song. “My number one goal is to help the children experience the joy of making music and dance’. Children will sing, play instruments, improvise and move during Rich’s high-energy sessions.

Arts and Academic Standards

  • Help students create, present or perform a work of art that demonstrates an idea, mood or feeling using essential elements or organizational principles.
  • Teach students ways in which the arts serve a variety of personal, professional, practical, economic, community and cultural needs.
  • Give space for students to engage in informed and respectful discussion of issues, events and ideas.
  • Help students develop and strengthen their writing skills by planning, revising, editing, rewriting or trying a new approach.
  • Help students plan and carry out fair tests in which variables are controlled and failure points are considered to identify aspects of a model that can be improved.
  • Help students measure and estimate lengths in standard units.

See some of Rich’s program in action here.

Hear some of Rich’s music here.