Come and have fun singing about how to take care of the Earth! I will be singing songs about tress, water, animals, and bicycles!
If you have any young people in your life, come join us at one of these super fun kids shows and dance on the grass with us!
July 30 Fiddlefire! kids show
Haweater Weekend, Little Current ON
Aug 3 Earth, Seas & Air kids show
Ottawa International Chamber Festival (Young Audience), Ottawa ON
Aug 11 FiddleFire! Kids Show
Outdoor Locks Series, Bobcaygeon ON
Aug 13 Earth, Seas & Air kids show
Brock Big Bite, Beaverton ON
We are excited to be bringing FiddleFire! to the Imperial Theatre in St. John and the Fredericton Playhouse in … well… Fredericton! Hope to see you there!
Violin sensation Chris McKhool gets children up and dancing, clapping, laughing and singing songs. Chris plays many musical styles (jazz, blues, classical, Rumba, flamenco, funk, world beat, East Coast fiddling and more) to engage children and parents in the world of music. With Fiddlefire! kids scat-sing, become a rhythm section and join Chris on stage to play rare percussion instruments. Participation both from their seats and onstage is encouraged as Chris and his band explore music from around the world!
Saturday April 25, 2 pm
Cosburn United Church
1108 Greenwood Avenue, East York, ON M4J 4E6
For parents and children FREE
JUNO Award Nominee and 3x Parents’ Choice Award winner, Chris McKhool, celebrates the multicultural mosaic with his award-winning show, “Celebrate! Holidays of the Global Village”, at St. Francis Centre, December 13, 2014, 3pm! “Celebrate!” is an interactive and playful musical journey into the myriad of holidays, customs and festivities enjoyed in our country showcasing songs about Christmas, Carnival, Chanukah, Chinese New Year, Diwali, Eid, Kwanzaa, First Nations traditions, Ramadan and many more! Children can visit with Santa after the show!
I will be performing my kids show Sunday Oct 19 at 10 AM supporting the MusiCounts Cheering Section for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, located at the Leslieville Farmers’ Market! We will be there for two reasons; to cheer on the marathon runners and to celebrate the work of MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity! Check out http://www.musicounts.ca/