Virtual Field Trips
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Protect the Planet Virtual Show: Earth Science & Ecological Entertainment!
Virtual Field Trip For Schools
Target Group: Grade 4 to 8 students
Join us on an epic adventure, from the birth of the universe to the age of the dinosaurs to the modern world. With awe-inspiring visuals, we’ll explain how the air we breathe was created; we’ll marvel at prehistoric creatures roaming primordial landscapes; we’ll explore a mysterious underground plant communication network; we’ll observe interactions between different animal species; and we’ll explain how to protect our beautiful and beloved Earth … all while listening to the pulsing, otherworldly sounds of the didgeridoo, one of the world’s oldest musical instruments. Performers Rob Thomas & Tanya Gerard are a multi-talented duo that has performed at hundreds of schools, libraries and other venues over the past 20 years. They also have recorded several CDs and have produced music for numerous films, including the IMAX movie Sacred Planet.
Performance Dates: The link to this presentation will be shared with schools and available for viewing any time between April 19 - 30, 2021.
Promo Video Link: https://vimeo.com/444990208
Cost: $250 per school. Check payable to the City of Miramar, attention Cultural Affairs Department.
One Small Step
Virtual Field Trip for Schools
Over fifty years ago, a brave American man stepped out of a landing craft onto the surface of the moon and made history. With the help of the Demetrius Klein Dance Company and four exciting pieces of all-American music, Palm Beach Symphony brings that indelible moment of Milky Way magic to the stage through an interactive concert in which students will literally take part in exploring such scientific concepts as the Earth’s rotation, gravity and telescope viewing. All this while thrilling to a powerful Copland fanfare, the soaring themes of Star Wars and sharing the adventures of a very special resident of Earth’s satellite, Rocky de Luna, an inquisitive moon rock.
With a special narrative accompanied by the music of Copland’s A Lincoln Portrait, students will meet Rocky as she hitches a ride with two friendly NASA astronauts on the Apollo 11 lunar module en route back to planet Earth. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin show Rocky some out-of-this-world views of the moon, help define the moon’s place in the solar system, describe how the moon affects all life on Earth ... and leave Rocky with a sense of wonder and pride in her “rockdom”!
Why not take One Small Step with the Palm Beach Symphony, and join us for this spectacular performance?
The link to the concert will be shared with schools and available for viewing, free of charge, February 22 - March 5, 2021