Family Concert

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January 25 | 11 a.m.
Alberta Bair Theater

The Explore Music! family concert brings Flat Stanley and the Symphony to the stage with the return of Family Concert favorite Tim Marrone. Travel the globe with Flat Stanley and discover the cultures of the world through musical stories, instruments, and song. This magical journey includes music from the lands of Russia, Ireland, Mexico and more! The concert is general admission at 11 a.m. with tickets priced at only $6.

Russian Sailor’s Dance | Gliere
Two Mexican Folkloric Dances | arr. Kisinger
Aladdin (excerpt) | Nielsen
Hoe-Down | Copland
Can-Can (from Orpheus in the Underworld) | Offenbach
Chinese Tea (from Nutcracker) |Tchaikovsky

 

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timface1_thumbAbout Tim Marrone
Tim  received his training at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in New York City and has appeared on stage throughout the Northeast, most recently in the Baltimore/Washington DC area.

For ten years, Tim served as a founding member of the Maryland-based clown/theatre troupe Theatricks. He has appeared as a silent comic character for the Washington National Opera, The Maryland Lyric Opera, The Summer Opera Series at Catholic University,  and has toured as a clown with the George Carden Circus.

As a physical comedian, Tim has co-written and performed productions with: The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; The Baltimore Chamber Orchestra; The Lafayette Symphony Orchestra; The Waterloo Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra; The West Shore Symphony;  The Lansing Symphony Orchestra;  The Billings Symphony Orchestra; The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra; The Lincoln Symphony Orchestra; The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra; Symphony Orchestra Augusta and The River Concert Series in St. Mary’s City, MD. Tim tours his solo show “Clowning Around With Shakespeare” for Young Audiences of Maryland and has taught theatre/movement classes at the Baltimore School for the Arts. In 2010 he joined The Big Apple Circus’ Clown Care Unit Team at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC and at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.

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