Usually we do serious shows for adult audiences but here’s one for the kids (and their parents): ECMA and Music Nova Scotia award winning duo, Razzmatazz For Kids, will roll into The Carleton on Sunday, November 12th. Doors open for face-painting (and brunch!) at noon and music gets underway at 1 PM. Tickets are $20 + HST.
Join in the fun! Award-winning duo Razzmatazz for Kids will get you and your kids singing, hopping, laughing, and clapping your hands to their playful, interactive children’s songs.
Combining comedy and music, Haligonians Sandy Greenberg and Thomas Cormier have been spreading joy to young audiences for over 25 years at festivals, special events and schools in Canada, the U.S., France, and the U.K. Sesame Street created a video of their song, “Going to my Grandma’s”, and Symphony Nova Scotia has welcomed Razzmatazz as a featured performer. Razzmatazz for Kids was invited to perform for the Prime Minister’s wife and the First Lady of the U.S. at the National Library in Ottawa. They have won an East Coast Music Award and three Music Nova Scotia Awards.
As an extra surprise, Sandy and Thomas will be facepainting the crowd before and after the show!