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DADADAH! Composer-vocalist Kitty Brazelton's electro-acoustic "avant-it-all" nonet has new songs of love for both children and adults. If that suggests a different kind of Valentine's Day concert, consider: Love is love, romance is romance, 'cause a person's a person, no matter how small.

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DADADAH, fresh from tangling with adult relationships at the Cooler's january "Avant Funk-Out," now turns to the sweet satisfactions that can be shared by romantics old and young. Kitty Brazelton---life-long rocker, Doctor of Musical Arts Columbia U., wife and mom---is also a visiting artis in Lincoln Center's schools program serving the metropolitan area. As such, she has conducted many intensive sessions promoting interactive musical creativity, K-through-12.

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DADADAH's party-concert at Greenwich House Music School's intimate Renée Weiler Concert Hall features a choir of student guests from Chinatown's P. S. 126. As directed by principal Thomas Nardone and teacher Linda Taylor (recently honored by Mrs. Rudolph Giuliani for her work in childrens' opera), the students join DADADAH's unique line-up---mezzo soprano Brazelton, harpist Elizabeth Panzer, cellist mary Wooten, guitarist Hui Cox, bassist Roland Wilson, drummer Mark Ambrosino, trombonist Chris Washburne, french horn man Tom Varner, alto sax and flutist Danny Weiss--in a spontaneous, structured "comprovisation" co-sponsored by Meet The Composer.

The P. S. 126 SPINNERS, as the students call themselves, have co-composed two mini-operas for the evening called "A Valentine Surprise for Blonds" and "Garfield, The Human." The SPINNERS and DADADAH have also prepared a "comprov'" jam on favorite nursery rhymes to round up February 14 1995 in true downtown NYC avant-garde style!
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Kitty Brazelton with P.S.126 principal Thomas Nardone and his secretary in their office. Unfortunately teacher Linda Taylor, one of the most creative teachers in the public school system and a prime mover in bringing about Valentine's Day for Kids, was shooting the picture so there is no photograph of this remarkable woman on this page.
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