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STREAMING MON MAR 1 – FRI MAR 12 // UMS Digital Presentation

School Day Performance for Grades K-12:
Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández

 

Join us for this remarkable digital presentation featuring two of Mexico’s most renowned companies, El Ballet Folklórico de México and La Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México (The National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico), as they unite to create a performance that is not only dazzling to the eye but exciting to the ear. Ballet Folklorico’s founder Amalia Hernández, a trailblazer in Mexican folk dance, drew her inspiration from the rich, vast, and unique cultures found throughout Mexico. Invite your students to experience the explosion of colors, movement, and music that celebrates the vibrant tapestry of Mexican culture.

Included with this digital performance is a virtual in-class workshop taught by El Ballet Folklórico de Estudiantil, Founder & Artist Director, Susana Quintanilla. Contact Terri Park, Associate Director of Education & Community Engagement, at tepark@umich.edu for more information.

 

This Digital Arts Adventure is brought to you in part by UMCU

UMCU Arts Adventures

 

FAQ

We know that this is a challenging time for teachers and students. As you consider making plans to attend School Day Performances in the 2020/21 school year, we want to reassure you that we will prioritize the health, safety, and comfort of your students and you first.

We also recognize that you may have questions about next season, and have put together a list of our most frequently asked questions below. If you have a question that doesn’t appear on this list, please feel free to call our Ticket Office at 734.764.2538. Our staff is working remotely and available from 1-5 pm Monday-Friday, or you can email us at umsyouth@umich.edu.

How do I register for a Digital School Day Performance?
Visit our website at ums.org/k12programs. There you will find information about each Digital School Day Performance. Click on the registration button and fill out the form to reserve this opportunity for your classroom.
How do I know if my request was received?
Once your request has been processed, our Patron Services Coordinator Rochelle Clark will send you a confirmation email. If you do not receive one in 3-5 business days, please contact the ticket office at 734.764.2538. Our staff is working remotely and is available from 1-5 pm Monday-Friday, or you can email us at umsyouth@umich.edu.
How long will the Digital School Day Performance be available?
Each digital School Day Performance will be available for a specific two week period, beginning on a Monday and ending on the following Friday. You may access the performance at any time during that time frame. Please check the website for the window of availability of each performance.
How do I access the Digital School Day Performance?
An email with a private link and a password that allows you to access the video presentation will be sent to the email address on your registration form.
Are these digital School Day Performances available to the public?
These performances are specifically designed for our K-12 audience and will not be available to the general public.
What resources are available that are appropriate for K-12 students?
Please visit ums.org/playground to explore our online video units featuring UMS teaching artists, or ums.org/k12program to download K-12 Learning Guides from past UMS School Day Performances. New Performance Playground videos and Learning Guides will be added in the coming months, so check back to see the latest offerings.
Will UMS still offer pre-and post-performance workshops or other K-12 education arts enrichment experiences?
UMS will continue to support the K-12 community with exceptional arts experiences for educators and students. We are currently exploring ways to adapt our pre- and post-show workshops to bring teaching artist workshops to your virtual classroom.
Will UMS be okay?
We want to reassure you that UMS has been around for over 140 years, and thanks to decades of support by generous supporters, audiences, university, and K-12 communities, we are optimistic about the future. We survived the Spanish flu epidemic, we survived the Depression, we survived the Great Recession — and we fully expect to be around for a long time to come. We will always put the health and safety of our audiences and artists first, and we will continue to serve the K-12 community through digital artistic and educational events until we are able to safely gather in person once again.

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STREAMING MON MAR 1 – FRI MAR 12
UMS Digital Presentation

School Day Performance for Grades K-12:
Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández

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Join us for this remarkable digital presentation featuring two of Mexico’s most renowned companies, El Ballet Folklórico de México and La Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México (The National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico), as they unite to create a performance that is not only dazzling to the eye but exciting to the ear. Ballet Folklorico’s founder Amalia Hernández, a trailblazer in Mexican folk dance, drew her inspiration from the rich, vast, and unique cultures found throughout Mexico. Invite your students to experience the explosion of colors, movement, and music that celebrates the vibrant tapestry of Mexican culture.

Included with this digital performance is a virtual in-class workshop taught by El Ballet Folklórico de Estudiantil, Founder & Artist Director, Susana Quintanilla. Contact Terri Park, Associate Director of Education & Community Engagement, at tepark@umich.edu for more information.

 

This Digital Arts Adventure is brought to you in part by UMCU

UMCU Arts Adventures

 

FAQ

We know that this is a challenging time for teachers and students. As you consider making plans to attend School Day Performances in the 2020/21 school year, we want to reassure you that we will prioritize the health, safety, and comfort of your students and you first.

We also recognize that you may have questions about next season, and have put together a list of our most frequently asked questions below. If you have a question that doesn’t appear on this list, please feel free to call our Ticket Office at 734.764.2538. Our staff is working remotely and available from 1-5 pm Monday-Friday, or you can email us at umsyouth@umich.edu.

How do I register for a Digital School Day Performance?
Visit our website at ums.org/k12programs. There you will find information about each Digital School Day Performance. Click on the registration button and fill out the form to reserve this opportunity for your classroom.
How do I know if my request was received?
Once your request has been processed, our Patron Services Coordinator Rochelle Clark will send you a confirmation email. If you do not receive one in 3-5 business days, please contact the ticket office at 734.764.2538. Our staff is working remotely and is available from 1-5 pm Monday-Friday, or you can email us at umsyouth@umich.edu.
How long will the Digital School Day Performance be available?
Each digital School Day Performance will be available for a specific two week period, beginning on a Monday and ending on the following Friday. You may access the performance at any time during that time frame. Please check the website for the window of availability of each performance.
How do I access the Digital School Day Performance?
An email with a private link and a password that allows you to access the video presentation will be sent to the email address on your registration form.
Are these digital School Day Performances available to the public?
These performances are specifically designed for our K-12 audience and will not be available to the general public.
What resources are available that are appropriate for K-12 students?
Please visit ums.org/playground to explore our online video units featuring UMS teaching artists, or ums.org/k12program to download K-12 Learning Guides from past UMS School Day Performances. New Performance Playground videos and Learning Guides will be added in the coming months, so check back to see the latest offerings.
Will UMS still offer pre-and post-performance workshops or other K-12 education arts enrichment experiences?
UMS will continue to support the K-12 community with exceptional arts experiences for educators and students. We are currently exploring ways to adapt our pre- and post-show workshops to bring teaching artist workshops to your virtual classroom.
Will UMS be okay?
We want to reassure you that UMS has been around for over 140 years, and thanks to decades of support by generous supporters, audiences, university, and K-12 communities, we are optimistic about the future. We survived the Spanish flu epidemic, we survived the Depression, we survived the Great Recession — and we fully expect to be around for a long time to come. We will always put the health and safety of our audiences and artists first, and we will continue to serve the K-12 community through digital artistic and educational events until we are able to safely gather in person once again.
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