11:00-11:45 | Blues Ed- Front and Center

BluesEd is a non-profit youth artist development program sponsored by Blues Society of Omaha. The Blues Society of Omaha’s mission statement is “Keeping the Blues Alive.” The BluesEd program began in 2001 and was created to provide opportunities for Jr. High and High School age musicians to play with other students in a “band” format. Through a series of workshops, BluesEd students learn a repertoire of blues music, along with learning the art of improvisation and solos, the methodology of rehearsals, techniques of jamming, stage presence and performance, and the historical origins of the blues genre.
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12:00-12:45 | Arts in Motion

  

1:00-1:45 | Pear Tree Performing Arts

 

2:00-2:45 | Omaha Jitterbugs

3:00-3:45 | El Museo Latino's Ballet Folklorico Mexicano

El Museo Latino’s Ballet Folklorico Mexicano dancers specialize in the traditional folklorico dances of Mexico. The dance company presents traditional dances of numerous regions in an effort to share the rich cultural heritage with a multi-generational audience. Dancers maintain the authenticity of traditional folklorico dances, music and dress.
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4:00-4:45 | Omaha Street Percussion

Omaha Street Percussion exists to bring the art of percussion to the public in a way that is tangible, obtainable, and exciting; demonstrated in such a way that promotes education, mentorship, and performance. Website

11:00-11:45 | TBD

12:00-12:45 | TBD

1:00-1:45 | TBD

 

2:00-2:45 | TBD

3:00-3:45 | TBD