The unifying power of song: Living in Tune uses music to address how we relate to one another, how to react positively when conflict arises, and how living harmoniously with others promotes a more respectful and peaceful world. Musicians Sheldon and Kathleen Sands lead group discussions on these topics interspersed with performances of different songs, including “We Can Work it Out,” “Count on Me,” and “Imagine.” Can be held at your school or as part of a field trip to the Mizel Museum. $10/person (30-40 people) $250 plus $1/person (over 40 people) Subsidies available; please contact us.
The Mizel Museum is dedicated to fostering cross-cultural understanding, combating racism and promoting social justice. We encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to celebrate diversity and to combat discrimination and hatred. Our programs, events and exhibits address these and other social issues and encourage positive change in our communities.
Social Studies, Geography, Cultural Connections, Social Justice, Music
School Based Program
K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5