COMES TO LIFE WITH JAKE!
A Live Musical Performance for Schools
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JK - 3
Audience Maximum: 250
Performance Length: 40 minutes
Jake Differ to your school for a “hilarious lively
and engaging” participatory music presentation of
award-winning songs woven with stories and infectious humour.
sings and plays guitar and flute, and uses a drum machine
to augment and demonstrate rhythm throughout his concerts.
Each performance is a musical journey of many different
musical styles (folk, jazz, r&b, rock, reggae, country).
children are encouraged to respond and participate in the
music by clapping, singing, dancing and playing rhythm instruments.
: Keeping rhythm • Different musical styles •
Music as celebration • Moving to the music •
Singing together • Musical instruments as tools of
Audience Maximum: 30
Duration: 40 - 50 minutes
Cost: $50 (in conjunction with performance)
Enhance your students’ musical experience with a post-performance
workshop to explore topics such as “Writing Your Own
Song”, “Responding to Music with Art”,
“Finding the Note, Finding the Rhythm”.
Jake Differ is a professional musician who has been writing
and performing music for children for nearly 10 years. He
has released three award-winning CDs, and has performed
at schools,libraries, museums and festivals all across Canada.
Jake’s music camp programs are a popular feature at
his local museum.
• 3 x Parents’ Choice Award Winner, including
• NAPPA GOLD Award Winner
• Juno Nominee “Children’s Album of the
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the shyest of students were enthusiastically engaged! It
didn’t take long before Jake had adults and children
alike, up on our feet wiggling, giggling, dancing and singing
to the beat!"
- Teacher, TDSB
parents and educators were thrilled to have Jake for a week-long
camp. Campers were happy creating their own instruments
and groovin’ to the beat. Jake’s winning personality
put the children at ease and brought out the best in budding
- Education Director, Peterborough Museum