National Library Week is coming - April 19 - 25, 2020

NOW scheduling our 'Interactive Early Childhood Musical Show' for this year's 2020 National Library Week

 This program is geared for children ages 0 to 8. 



Buffalo and Brandy are sharing 'Imagine Your Story' through music, singing, magic, and audience participation at libraries this summer in  their interactive, fun-filled, reading show! 

Our 2020 summer reading performance, " Imagine Your Story/Fairy Tales, Mythology, Fantasy ," includes interactive music and singing -  presented with an emphasis on reading.   All songs contain positive, uplifting lyrics.   Our performance is interwoven with storytelling segments that encourage listeners to continue creating long after our show is over.  

Our family show brings smiles to the faces of children of all ages - and is engaging for ages 0 to 100.  

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Science of Sound 


Buffalo and Brandy’s “Science of Sound” performance combines a live, electronic, and acoustic musical performance with student participation and interaction.  In addition to including important Character Education content (respect, responsibility, and caring) in this performance, it also aligns with the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) protocol .  Our live performance adds the Arts to this acronym (STEAM).  Imagine music being played on our banana piano – which explains circuits and how they work - or our Theremini (the oldest electronic instrument that one never touches to play) - which demonstrates radio waves and how they are used to control electronic instruments.  Our performance combines our art forms of music, magic, and singing - thus bringing the concept of the “Science of Sound” alive for students in this fun, engaging performance.

Great for schools and/or libraries!

A printable Buffalo and Brandy concert poster

A printable Buffalo and Brandy concert poster



Materials Needed:
-Makey Makey (Coding)
-8 bananas
-iPad, HDMI cable, Connector (to TV/Smart Board)
-pictures to color (banana piano)
-Kindle – “Robots, Robots, Everywhere” (in computer) 

Students will learn:
-The concept of programming
-The concept of instructions
-The concept of sequencing
-The basic features of the Scratch Jr interface 

Students will be able to:
-Give specific instructions
-Sequence instructions to achieve simple objectives 

READ – Robots, Robots, Everywhere
Computer Says Game
Instructor – Program from one location to another (Optional activity)
SCRATCH JR demonstration
Electrical circuit – how it works
Banana piano demonstration 
Use class for circuit demonstration 

Students will be able to:
-code an animated character in a computer
-assemble and complete an electric circuit 

2 pictures to color & kids to keep: 
-banana piano