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Reviewed by Lory Martinez Grammy Award-winning jazz fusion/rhythm and blues group Snarky Puppy came to Binghamton University’s Anderson Center this past Thursday(March 13) and brought audience members to their feet in praise of the band's irreproducible progressive jazz tunes. Band leader Michael League introduced the group, which can only be described as a menagerie of different talents: the eight touring members present at the concert form part of a 40-member jazz collective that League calls “The Fam” (for family). Together, the bassists, drummers, flutists, guitarists, trumpeters, electric piano players and synthesizer...
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The Discovery Center and the Galumpha Dance Company combined poetry, music, tumbling, acrobatics and interpretive dance in the fourth Galumpha Gang camp for kids as 37 children ages 7 to 18 to planned, practiced and performed “Water,” a program of exercise, art and entertainment. The poetry, the movements and the music were all created by the children with help of the staff and interns. The acrobatic formations taught the children valuable lessons in coordination, cooperation, teamwork and trust. The poetry revealed some serious thought by some children about the many forms water takes and its importance in our lives.

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