Stories on the Wind
- School of Music workshop
- Storytelling/Spoken Word
*THIS IS AN ONLINE WORKSHOP*
In the “Stories On The Wind” workshop, we will explore ways to foster interaction and movement through song and storytelling. We’ll be looking at ways to tailor your performance to the age group you’re working with. By utilizing props and materials, we will enhance your storytelling performance. There will be a performance of an original story as well. The session will be about an hour and a half, with time for Q & A
This workshop will take place via Zoom on Sunday, February 21st from 1pm-2:30pm.
Please note: Pre-sales are highly encouraged! Sales end 15 minutes before the class begins. 3 students are required for this class to meet. If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be notified and receive a full refund.
Kemp Harris has a long and varied career as a performer, composer, musician, activist, children’s author, and teacher. Born in North Carolina, Kemp taught himself piano and was writing songs at age 14.
Kemp has acted in numerous films and TV shows such as SMILF (Showtime), and is comfortable sharing the stage with artists such as Taj Mahal, Koko Taylor, and Gil Scott-Heron, as well as performing shows with his smokin’ band.
He wrote and performed “If Loneliness Was Black” for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Complexions Dance Company. Kemp has also composed for WGBH Public Television/Boston.
“Kemp Harris is a thief, a tease and a heartbreaker. He knows too much. And it’s all right there when he sings… beautifully there. He’ll take your breath away.” – NPR: ‘On Point’