March 9, 2016, Midland, Mich. – GEMINI, twin brother musicians Sandor and Laszlo Slomovits, will be performing “Good Mischief—A Musical Celebration for Children and the Whole Family,” this Sunday, March 13, 1-2:00 p.m. at Creative 360. Students from Carpenter and Plymouth elementary schools will join the twins on stage for a rousing performance. Tickets are $5 per person; $15 for a family of 4 cash/check or $8 per person; $18 for a family of 4 debit/credit. Call 989-837-1885 or visit the Creative 360 website (www.becreative360.org) for more information.
The concert is being sponsored by the Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Gemini celebrates with their audiences the fun, warmth, and humor of family life. The twin brothers have an up-beat flair for involving everyone, from tots to grandparents, in the music making. The result is a dynamic show ranging from laughter, grins, and boisterous fun, to the magic of hushed lullabies and tender ballads. The whole family will want to join in for sing-alongs, hand motion tunes, folk tales, and music from around the world. The highlights of their shows are Gemini’s original, sparkling songs about the everyday experiences of childhood and growing up.
San and Laz began performing together in 1973 and have released numerous award-winning recordings for adults, children and families. They have received recognition from Parents’ Choice Magazine, the American Library Association, the National Parenting Publications (NAPPA), the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts and more. “Fancy That!” their first video, was voted one of the Top 10 children’s videos by the American Library Association & Random House. Several of Gemini’s songs are included in the McGraw-Hills music education textbook Spotlight on Music—Grade1 which is used by music teachers across the country.
Enjoy this 5 minute sampling of a Gemini concert.
About Creative 360
Creative 360 is a not-for-profit community arts and wellness organization founded in 1994. Its mission is to create an environment for people of all ages and abilities to experience the creative process through ongoing classes, art exhibits, events, concerts, speakers and outreach programs, with its goal to enhance the development of physical, mental and spiritual wellness through the arts and humanities. In 2013, Creative 360 expanded its offering to include Express Yourself Artshop, a program focused on those with physical, mental and intellectual challenges. Activities at Creative 360 are supported in part by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, Midland Area Community Foundation and the Herbert H. and Grace A Dow Foundation.