Maria offers programs tailored for specific groups and audiences. There are many creative ways to put together a music program or concert. They are fun and affordable!
Featuring songs from her Parents Choice Gold award-winning CD, Maria and Friends – Planting Seeds, she will sing about building a better world, teaching the awareness of the earth, sustainability and agriculture. Simple seed planting can follow using paper cups for pots, potting soil and seeds. Venue must supply ingredients.
Fairy Houses- Fairy Moon:
Featuring songs from Maria Sangiolo’s CD Fairy Moon – Songs of the Ring, this program combines literacy, music and creativity. It is designed for pre-schoolers and school age children (up to age 12) and includes a reading of the story Fairy Houses by Tracy Kane, a hands-on demonstration of how to build a fairy house out of things found in nature and a concert of songs from Maria Sangiolo’s latest family CD, Fairy Moon – Songs of the Ring. 60 minutes in length. For small and large audiences.
School Assemblies/Story Hours:
Children’s Performer Maria Sangiolo presents concerts for pre-schoolers and school age children. Her fun concerts include traditional and original upbeat songs that engage the listener and elicit participation from adults and children. Sangiolo entertains audiences with her pure vocals and acoustic guitar and brings along an assortment of easy to play percussion instruments for the children. Concerts are 45 minutes in length.
Folksinger/songwriter Maria Sangiolo is available for evening concerts for adults. Drawing from her eight recordings of original and contemporary material, Sangiolo delivers an entertaining evening of music and stories that will engage and delight the whole community. Concerts are 2 – 45 minute sets, with a break in between.
I enjoy the intimacy of private shows. This helps to keep me connected to my audience and stay closer to home. It also gives me a chance to meet the folks who support my music. There are many different ways to put together a house concert. They are fun and affordable. People have been very creative in their ideas. All I need is an environment that is conducive to performing and I will consider it. There is a good chance that we can work something out.
To book or discuss program options please contact me:
Maria Sangiolo, Long Night Moon Music, PO Box 285, Pomfret, CT 06258
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-974-1691 or 860-208-5284 cell.