Presented by Cambridge Center for Adult Education
Tickets $12, on sale now at ccae.org | No Passes
In May, we’re excited to host Vanessa Trien and Alastair Moock, two of Boston’s best-loved family performers, for some collaborative musical fun at the Brattle Theatre. Both originating out of Cambridge’s folk scene, Alastair and Vanessa combine their folk roots with a shared ability to engage family audiences with interactive songs that get everyone moving, grooving, singing, jumping, and activating their imaginations.
About Vanessa Trien’s performances, Boston Children’s Music writes, “Vanessa’s shows are perfect. …She has some sort of magical energy that makes all of her shows super fun.” In 2010, Alastair Moock released A Cow Says Moock, his sixth album and first specifically for kids and families. The songs blend tradition, tenderness, and inspired silliness. Both artists’ recordings have won multiple awards from parents’ and children’s music organizations.