National Sawdust’s flagship educational program for middle school performing artists and composers, Student CoLab, seeks to engage young creatives through artistic expression to lead students into creating works of their very own. For this live event along the Domino Park waterfront, our students composed works for a subset of a marching band, engaging in a long and passionate history of protest music.

DOMINO PARK
June 16, 2021
6:00 pm
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National Sawdust’s flagship educational program for middle school performing artists and composers, Student CoLab, seeks to engage young creatives through artistic expression to lead students into creating works of their very own. Through this program, we aim to uplift and encourage our young creators to engage in their ideal creative pursuits, liberated  from boundaries of genre or access, and create freely in their ideal vision. 

During this three month program, the student artists will create multidisciplinary works centering on themes collaboratively chosen by the teaching artists and the students. This year, the theme of our concert will be: from hope into joy, a celebration of togetherness and joy in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. 


For this event, our students composed works for a subset of a marching band, engaging in a long and passionate history of protest music, for a live performance that will follow a path along the Domino Park waterfront.

The performance begins at the Grand Street entrance of Domino Park at 6pm, with an afterparty at Disco Tacos at 6:45pm.

Learn more about National Sawdust's Student CoLab program.

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Student composers: Genairis Toribio and Emma Rivera Diaz

Marching band: Shayna Dunkelman, Julie Acosta, and Mario Castro

Course teaching artists: JL Marlor, Stephanie Leon

Jun 16

From Hope to Joy, a Celebration of Togetherness: Student CoLab with El Puente at Domino Park