"Hop On Over" to the Bossy Frog Band Concert at The Early School, May 2nd

"Hop On Over" to the Bossy Frog Band Concert at The Early School, May 2nd

On Sunday, May 2, 2010 at 10:00 A.M. Temple B'nai Abraham's Early School Parents' Council will sponsor A Special Children's Concert presenting the music of Jeffrey Friedberg and the Bossy Frog Band at the temple, 300 E Northfield Rd, Livingston. . Ticket cost is $5.00 per person purchased in advance and $10.00 per person at door. For children under 2 years old it is free admission.

Jeffrey Friedberg and the Bossy Frog Band, an award-winning family music band, provide a totally engaging show of interactive musical entrainment. Their show and recordings are fun, funky hip and are guaranteed to get the entire audience singing and dancing. Toddlers to Grandmas will hop like frogs, clap their hands and sing along.

The shows are totally interactive as Friedberg and the Band create an atmosphere that gets everyone participating, laughing and having a great time. Jeffrey Friedberg has recorded six CDs of music for children and families, two of which have won "Best Music for Young Children" awards. Jeffrey is also a Certified Music Therapist with over 14 years experience providing music therapy for children with special needs.

Pictured with Jeffrey Friedberg at a recent performance sponsored by the Parents' Council at The Early School are students l-r Brett Conklin and Sydney Klein. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Breakfast will be served. Open to the public. To purchase tickets or for information, call 973-994-7016. Visit the Early School website at www.tbaearlyschool.org 

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