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Mozart For Munchkins: KidFolk


February 16 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Manhattan Youth Community Center

120 Warren Street
New York    + Google Map

$35/adults, free/kids

Suggested Ages: All Ages, Babies, Toddlers, 2-3, 4-5

Experience an exciting fusion of classical, Americana and folk music in a relaxed, fun atmosphere with fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass, vocals, and more. All ages (even babies) can crawl, squeal, and dance while everyone enjoys outstanding works performed by exceptional musicians. Includes interaction with musicians throughout the concert and trying instruments after.

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