Internationally acclaimed violinist and award-winning kids’ musician perform at Cincinnati Museum Center

. January 29, 2014

Tatiana Berman and Zak Morgan present Fun with Words and Notes February 1

CINCINNATI – Get up and dance or sing along as Cincinnati Museum Center presents Fun with Words and Notes, an interactive musical program for kids. Familiar classical pieces combine with quirky, humorous story songs as kids learn and explore the importance of self-expression through music and words. Tatiana and Zak are performing two shows on February 1 so you’ll have an opportunity to enjoy and participate in this unique concert at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Cincinnati Museum CenterTatiana Berman, Founder and Artistic Director of the Constella Festival, will bring her internationally-acclaimed talents and violin to Cincinnati Museum Center for a special concert just for kids. Joining her will be award-winning children’s musician Zak Morgan as his guitar and fun story songs blend with the classical notes of Tatiana’s violin.
As a chamber musician and soloist, Tatiana has performed throughout Europe, the United States and Asia and has performed with the St. Petersburg Academic Orchestra, London Musici, Spartanburg Philharmonic and the Constella Festival Orchestra. Behind her impressive musical talents and prestigious resume is a desire to perform improvisational and interactive musical programs for children, something for which Zak Morgan has been nationally-recognized.
With songs based on an exuberant celebration of wordplay and humorous storytelling, Zak delights audiences of all ages with his engaging performances. His songs inspire listening to enjoy learning while providing non-stop entertainment via catchy music and lyrics based on his life experiences. Together with the classical notes of Tatiana’s violin, Zak’s guitar and silly words will have kids of all ages laughing and dancing along.
Tatiana and Zak’s performances are free and you’re encouraged to dance, clap, laugh and sign along. Performances are at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 1 at Cincinnati Museum Center. For more details visit cincymuseum.org or call (513) 287-7001.

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