Kansas City musician Amado Espinoza’s Junkyard Orchestra (featuring Brendan Culp on percussion) shows how musical instruments can be made out of practically anything. Whether they’re playing a classical Arabic flute made from a broom or a Bolivian guitar fashioned out of a cookie tin, Junkyard Orchestra will surprise and inspire the child in all of us.
The Junkyard Orchestra demonstrates how the science of music making and art can combine to help save the planet Earth. In a delightful, interactive assembly, the orchestra of two use instruments made from repurposed or recycled materials to surprise and delight the child in all of us.
Here’s the schedule for Junk yard Orchestra.
Friday, June 10 Arty’s Stage – Junkyard Orchestra – 3:00 p.m. (45 minutes)
Saturday, June 11 Arty’s Stage – Junkyard Orchestra – 3:00 p.m. (45 minutes)