FRENCH OR BILINGUAL CONCERTS for French Immersion Students and Bilingual Audiences…
RAZZMATAZZ has delighted children with their interactive French and bilingual concerts in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Ontario and Louisiana. Thomas Cormier, a French-speaking “Acadien” from New Brunswick and Sandy Greenberg, who has studied French extensively, sing traditional and contemporary songs in French, backed up by guitar, harmonica and percussion. The introductions to the French songs can be in English, and English songs can also be performed in the same concert.
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“Razzmatazz was fantastic! Our students received a huge dose of French folk culture. Our grade P-4 children sang along, followed with actions and laughed as they participated. I would not hesitate to recommend Razzmatazz and your French language performance to any French Immersion Elementary school.”
–Kim Nadeau, Principal, École Beaufort, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
“Well you certainly know how to engage an audience-WOW! Your show was fantastic. All the francophones were pleased with the quality and quantity of french. You were a gem to work with.”
-Nancy Macdonald, Concert Director, fredkid FAIR, Fredericton, New Brunswick
“The Peanut Gallery was delighted to present Razzmatazz in a bilingual performance in Dalhousie, New Brunswick. Talented, energetic and fantastic with the children . . . their performance was 100% bilingual. [We noted]. . . the ease in which this duo switched back and forth between French and English.”
-Krista Harris-Audet, Peanut Gallery Committee, Restigouche County, New Brunswick
“In the past two years, 3,450 students, in early French immersion elementary schools in the Halifax Regional Municipality, have enjoyed “Razzmatazz” through our CPF chapter. I am very pleased to recommend this award winning troop for their high energy musical concerts.”
-Joan Dobbie, President, Halifax Peninsula and Mainland South, Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia
“The students love you!” –Brian Marchand, Principal, École des Beaux-Marais, Porters Lake, Nova Scotia