*UPDATE 8/12/21* – Due to this evening’s storms and a power outage on campus, this event has been cancelled.
You are invited to join us for the second of our special Explorers! performances on August 12 from 6-7 p.m. in the High School Auditorium.
Musician and Artist Seth Ginsberg will perform with Storyteller Tom Lee a combination of music and storytelling, spanning the gamut of folk music from West African songs to 18th century American folk songs, ballads, spirituals, to Duke Ellington, New Orleans and Bob Dylan.
They have brought their performances across the country, including several performances at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The one hour program will be fun for family members of all ages!
If you plan to join us for this summer Explorers! performance, please fill out this short Google form. This performance is open to all ICC students, parents, and guardians.
Please note, auditorium capacity may be limited due to the ongoing construction work and applicable COVID-19 guidelines. In the event that we reach capacity, families will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. Families will be notified prior to the event if registration reaches capacity.
All unvaccinated attendees (except children under the age of 2) are required to wear a mask or face covering while in the school building.
Seth Ginsberg is a Brooklyn-based musician and teaching artist specializing in American folk music from the old-time to rock and roll and beyond. He is the owner and Executive Director of Creative Arts and Music Programs, an arts education organization, and is a frequent guest music educator and performer at the Metropolitan Music of Art. Seth plays guitar, mandolin, banjo, and sings in the acoustic trio The Lonesome Sea and plays mandolin and percussion in the Jewish music ensemble The Shul Band.
Tom Lee is a professional storyteller with thirty years’ experience performing traditional stories, folktales, and myths for adults and for children. His repertoire offers myths and stories from cultures around the world. He is the artistic director of artsVOYAGE at Spencertown Academy, a unique arts-in-education program that uses performing and visual arts to enhance learning across the curriculum. As a frequent guest artist at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, he brings together passion for research, art, and story, continually connecting with new audiences of all ages.