Liz McNicholl Director of Musical Folk is excited to offer incredibly fun and interactive "Drum and Sing Jamboree concerts" to festivals, libraries, schools, senior centers and summer camps.
Upcoming Drum and Sing Family Jamborees that everyone is invited to:
Saturday, March 7th: North Haven Library - Irish concert with Liz McNicholl
Branford Library Grand Opening - DBA
Monday, July 27th at 6:30 - North Haven library. Pack a picnic and a blanket
Thurs, July 30th at 3pm - Cheshire Library
- Senior Centers
- Camp Fire Nights
- Town Concerts
- Irish theme concerts for libraries/venues are also available
Liz McNicholl, originally from Co. Meath Ireland, immigrated to the United States in 1985. She is a well known performer/ entertainer in CT and around the United States. Liz has owned Musical Folk, offering the Music Together® program, in New Haven County since 2008 with thousands of families sharing the joy of music over the years.
Liz believes that we all have music within us and that making music makes you feel better, gives you confidence and engages your brain like no other activity. Liz loves to have the audience take on the role of the performer by engaging them and encouraging them to bring out their inner musician by singing along, drumming and interacting with other instruments and movement. Liz plays the guitar, ukulele, a little banjo, Djembe and the Bódhran (Irish Drum).
NOTE: This is different to our Music Together classes/program that meet weekly. The "Drum & Sing Jamboree concerts" are a one time interactive show that caters to large audiences (Liz provides her own sound system and brings all the drums and instruments for participants).
To book Liz for a large group event at your library, school, town concert, summer camp fire event or other festivity email her at Liz@MusicalFolk.com
Liz also has her own folk/Americana/Celtcic band who are also available for performances at Festivals and private parties. Liz also performs "Irish concerts" with beautiful ballads and stories about her home in Ireland at libraries. For more information visit www.LizMcNicholl.com