“Route 66 — Live”
A classic 1946 American swing/rock song by Bobby Troup played as a trio at the 2nd Annual Bring Your Own Creation festival August 5, 2017.
“Diri, Diri — Live”
Hungarian song played as a trio at the 2nd Annual Bring Your Own Creation festival August 5, 2017.
“Hold Whatcha Got — Live”
A classic Jimmy Martin Bluegrass song played as a trio in Marjatta, Denmark during January, 2017.
“Oi Fotia Pou’xeis Anapsei — Live”
A Greek song played as a quintet at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Touhill Performance Center Lee Theater.
“Thalassaki Mou — Live”
Audience dancing on stage to a Greek Island song about the Black Sea played as a quintet at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Touhill Performance Center Lee Theater.
“Mes Stou Aigaiou — Live”
Greek Islands song played as a duet with autoharpist extraordinaire, Bryan Bowers.
“Statman’s Nigun — Live”
Klezmer tune played as a duet as guest artists at a concert performance by autoharpist Bryan Bowers.
Greek hasaposervikos played as a duet accompanied by Pinolio the Clown on TV to promote the 2015 Annual Shawano Folk Music Festival.
Performing Esma Redzhepova’s “Chaje Shukarije” for students at the Scoala Waldorf Hans Spalinger in Roshia, Romania. The student population is mostly of Gypsy / Rromani background.
For 1st Graders through College.
“Meet Your Neighbor’s Folk Music” Assembly program
An all-ages, interactive music and dance tour through many different cultures, ranging from Balkan Gypsy to Jewish and from Scandinavian to French-Canadian.
“Dancing to a Different Drummer” Residency – Workshop program
Students actively increase their awareness of the world and culture by learning traditional dances from many cultures.
For 2nd Graders through College.
“Balkan Beats” Music Residency program
Students explore assymetrical time signatures such as 7/8 and 9/8 as well as scales such as Hijaz and Sabach by learning to perform traditional music from the Balkans.
For students who can play at least a complete major and minor scale.
Homeschool dance recital
Students learn dances from many different cultures and choreograph their recital pieces.
Ethnorobics (tm) dance session
Students dancing Esma’s Pajdushko — getting aerobic exercise while boggie-ing to acoustic music from many different cultures.
Special needs programs
A video of a Jutta & the Hi-Dukes presentation at the Asociatia Prietenia May 2016 conference for special needs residences and schools in Bucharest, Romania.
Ethnorobics (tm) in Sweden
Folks dancing a Croatian traditional dance called Kolo Zhita — January 2017 in Helgesta, Sweden.
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