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Joey Chang – Cello Joe’s Interactive Spontaneous Song Machine – Community Concert Series

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Date(s) - 11/20/2021
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Community School of Music and Arts


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FREE ADMISSIONLive streaming on YouTube and in-person! See important COVID safety requirements*.

Joey Chang (CSMA cello faculty) is presenting Cello Joe’s Interactive Spontaneous Song Machine where the audience will laugh, shout, sing, listen, clap, stomp and have fun! Cello Joe plays the cello while beatboxing, looping and singing. Classical hip-hop will entertain, excite and inspire. This concert will also be streaming live on CSMA’s YouTube.

*Please Note: CSMA requires all audience members, staff and artists to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Prior to entering Tateuchi Hall, concertgoers will be asked to provide photo ID and proof of vaccination through a QR code generated by the Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record website, an original physical vaccination card or a photograph of it. In addition, children under 12 years of age are not permitted to attend Community Concerts at this time. Audience members will be required to wear a mask at all times inside Tateuchi Hall.

The Community School for Music and Arts (CSMA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit center for arts education, serving Mountain View, Los Altos, Palo Alto and over 20 other Bay Area communities. CSMA is Northern California’s largest nonprofit provider of arts education programs. With a $6 million budget and 160-member staff and faculty, we are one of the ten largest community schools in the United States.

IMAGE courtesy of Joey Chang (Fair Use)

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