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Randy Armstrong

2017 New Hampshire Governor’s Arts Awards Winner for Arts Education

2017-2018 Artist In Residence with The Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra

Bahji by Randy Armstrong • 2016 TedX PiscataquaRiver

Tribute in Courage by Randy Armstrong • 2017-2018 Artist In Residence • Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra

Soundscape by Randy Armstrong • 2017-2018 Artist In Residence • Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra

Shanti Om by Randy Armstrong • 2017-2018 Artist In Residence • Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra

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Oct
19
Tue
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 2 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Oct
21
Thu
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Oct 21 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 4 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Oct
26
Tue
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 9 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Oct
28
Thu
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Oct 28 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 11 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Nov
2
Tue
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 16 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Nov
4
Thu
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Nov 4 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 18 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Nov
9
Tue
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 6 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • November 9 – December 13, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 13 @ 7:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 6 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • November 9 – December 13, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios 

Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – Monday, Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm
 November 4 – December 13, 2021 6:00pm – 7:15pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Dec
18
Sat
2021
Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops! with Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba • December 18 @7:30pm & 19 @ 3:00pm, 2021 • Portsmouth High School Audiorium @ Portsmouth High School Auditorium
Dec 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Sounds of Joy and Peace with the PSO

An annual family favorite, this year’s PSO Holiday Pops! performances includes special guest star Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba with featured vocalist, Cynthia Chatis.

The program includes perennial favorites such as Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride” and “A Christmas Overture,” “You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch,” “The Polar Express: Concert Overture,” “The Chanukah Overture” and others as well as special arrangements of South African and Zimbabwean songs by Randy Armstrong that celebrate humanity.

Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba perform South African, Zimbabwean and popular songs on handmade South African Marimbas, Trinidad/Tobago Steel Pans, World Percussion and Vocals. Their prior collaborative concerts have included performances with the choruses Voices From The Heart, Ben Baldwin and the Stairwells, Songweavers, and the WorldBeat Marimba Singers featuring Cynthia Chatis.

Please note that the Holiday Pops Concerts are not part of the subscription package. Tickets are sold separately.

Randy Armstrong and WorldBeat Marimba

Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba

For more information about Randy please visit his website by clicking this link

Dec
19
Sun
2021
Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops! with Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba • December 18 @7:30pm & 19 @ 3:00pm, 2021 • Portsmouth High School Audiorium @ Portsmouth High School Auditorium
Dec 19 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Sounds of Joy and Peace with the PSO

Bring your friends and family together and join the PSO winter solstice weekend as we shift from literal darkness to light and celebrate the season with cheer and joy.  A perennial family favorite, this year’s Holiday Pops program includes an international flavor that celebrates humanity during the holiday season.

We are thrilled to present Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba to the concert program as our special guests.

When listening and experiencing this upbeat and vibrant music, you will want to get up to dance and sing! It is a celebration of life and the art of unified ensemble playing.

Please note that the Holiday Pops Concerts are not part of the subscription package. Tickets are sold separately.

Randy Armstrong and WorldBeat Marimba

Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba

Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba perform South African, Zimbabwean and Popular Songs on handmade South African Marimbas, Trinidad/Tobago Steel Pans, World Percussion and Vocals. Their exciting collaborative concerts include performances with the choruses Voices From The Heart, Ben Baldwin and the Stairwells, Songweavers, and the WorldBeat Marimba Singers featuring Cynthia Chatis.

For more information about Randy please visit his website by clicking this link

Jan
21
Fri
2022
ETC Integrated Arts Conference • January 21, 2022 • Plymouth State University – The Common Man Inn • Randy Armstrong-Workshop Presenter @ The Common Man Inn
Jan 21 @ 8:30 am – 2:00 pm

Integrated Arts Conference

Friday, January 21, 2022 (8:30am-2:00pm)

Common Man Inn, Plymouth, NH

Click Here To Register

All elementary and secondary classroom teachers, administrators, arts educators, and artists are invited to participate in the 27th annual ETC Integrated Arts Conference. This one-day event offers 8 hours of professional development and continuing education workshops. Using the hands-on, cognitive power of the arts, participants will learn how to build community through various art forms. Learn how to incorporate and integrate skills, attitudes, and behaviors to effectively build community with daily tasks and challenges through the arts. Workshops and curricular materials will be inclusive and representative of all learners in our changing world.

 We hope you can join us for this fantastic day!

Register before January 11, 2022 and enter “ETC15” as a discount code at checkout to save $15 off the conference cost!
Registration Fee (after January 11): $120

Lunch is included in the registration price 

Click here to view the conference poster 

Click here to view schedule overview


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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

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Plymouth State University, the Common Man Family of Restaurants and the New Hampshire Department of Education, with support from the NH State Council on the Arts, NEA New Hampshire, and the NH Arts Learning Network are presenting an exciting full day conference exploring the power of the arts for all learners on January 21, 2022.

This full-day in-person event offers professional development and continuing education workshops showcasing many different ways to bring the arts into your classroom in addition to keynote addresses and interactive experiences. All classroom teachers, arts educators, administrators and artists are invited! Learn how to integrate visual art, music, drama and writing into your curriculum.


Interested in pursuing GRADUATE CREDIT?

Graduate credit from Plymouth State University is available to all attendees for an additional cost, but all those who register for graduate credits are able to attend the Conference for FREE. To do this you will need to register for IN5560 ST: Integrated Arts Conference CRN 32949 (see link below) and sign up for the Conference by emailing Kelly McGowan at 781-686-2683 or registering online. You will not be charged for the Conference if you are registered for IN5560.

Those interested in earning graduate credit for the conference can register online HERE. 

A Special Note from Dr. Trish Lindberg

I want to invite you to join our exciting Integrated Arts Graduate Programs at Plymouth State. For those thinking about their masters, please consider our MEd in Integrated Arts and for those who already have their masters, consider our 33 credit CAGS in Arts, Leadership and Learning to further explore the power of the arts and get to masters plus 30! I am happy to meet individually with anyone interested and may be contacted at plindber@plymouth.edu or at 603-254-9599. The Integrated Arts Conference class IN5560 counts as an elective for both programs or as a great way to earn professional development!

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Apr
9
Sat
2022
BEYOND BORDERS featuring Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann in Concert • The Music Hall • Saturday April 9, 2022 @ 8PM @ THE MUSIC HALL
Apr 9 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
BEYOND BORDERS featuring Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann in Concert • The Music Hall • Saturday April 9, 2022 @ 8PM @ THE MUSIC HALL
BEYOND BORDERS in CONCERT featuring Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann with Jose Duque • ERINI • Charlie Jennison • Theo Nii Martey • Nick Phaneuf • Jiri Nedoma

BAND PHOTOS & BIOS                          

May
31
Tue
2022
Artist in Residence: Multicultural Week Workshops & Concert @ Nottingham West Elementary May 31 – June 1 & 2, 2022 @ Nottingham West Elementary School
May 31 @ 9:00 am – Jun 2 @ 3:00 pm
Artist in Residence: Multicultural Week Workshops & Concert @ Nottingham West Elementary May 31 – June 1 & 2, 2022 @ Nottingham West Elementary School

May 31, June 1, 2, 2022

Randy Armstrong • Artist in Residence
Multicultural Week Workshops & Concert

Concert: Thursday June 2, 2022 • 6pm
Nottingham West Elementary
10 Pelham Rd. Hudson, NH 03051
Tel: 603.595.1570
Website: www.sau81.org/nws
(Following All Covid-19 Safety Protocols)

Oct
19
Tue
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 2 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Oct
21
Thu
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Oct 21 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 4 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Oct
26
Tue
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 9 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Oct
28
Thu
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Oct 28 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 11 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Nov
2
Tue
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 16 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Nov
4
Thu
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Nov 4 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 18 @ 6:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6pm • September 21 – November 4, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

September 21 @ 6:00 pm – November 4 @ 7:15 pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Nov
9
Tue
2021
South African Marimba Classes • 6 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • November 9 – December 13, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios @ Beauty Hill Music Studios
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 13 @ 7:15 pm

South African Marimba Classes • 6 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • November 9 – December 13, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios 

Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – Monday, Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm
 November 4 – December 13, 2021 6:00pm – 7:15pm
South African Marimba Classes • 7 Week Series • Every Tuesday & Thursday @6PM • May 4 -June 17, 2021 @ Beauty Hill Music Studios

JOIN THE FUN! Group South African Marimba Classes Weekly on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings starting at 6pm at my beautiful Beauty Hill Music Studios in Barrington. What to pick your own day and time? Get a group of 4 to five friends to create your own class playing on my handmade South African Marimbas and Trinidad/Tabago Steel Pans are in the mix, too. No music experience necessary. Just the desire to learn and experience the joys of ensemble playing. Here is more info:

Marimba Bands can be heard and experienced throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Southern Africa. Even in the United States you can find Marimba Bands from the Pacific Northwest to New England inspired by many African musicians who have taught the tradition and instruments at Universities and Cultural Institutions in the U.S. for decades.

Randy has been a performer, teacher and student of the balafon which is the West Africa marimba/xylophone style instrument similar to the South African marimbas for over four decades. While on tour in South Africa as an accompanist for the women’s chorus, Voices From The Heart in the summer of 2018, Randy experienced the dynamic and joyous music of Marimba Bands at concert halls, churches, schools and street performances. At a concert Voices From The Heart performed with Desmond Tutu and his family in attendance, a young group of talented and energetic South African Marimba players performed traditional songs and pop tunes that had the entire audience singing and dancing together. Even Papa Tutu got up to dance to the song, PATA PATA made famous by South African singer, Miriam Makeba and played brilliantly by the Marimba Band. At that moment, Randy was inspired to commission a set of South African Marimbas handcrafted by ethnomusicologist, Gavin Coppenhall—African Ethos Instruments in Cape Town. The Marimbas arrived at the Port of New York on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018 and the journey begins.

“Music is a great blessing. It has the power to elevate and liberate us. It sets people free to dream. It can unite us to sing with one voice.” — Nelson Mandela

Dec
18
Sat
2021
Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops! with Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba • December 18 @7:30pm & 19 @ 3:00pm, 2021 • Portsmouth High School Audiorium @ Portsmouth High School Auditorium
Dec 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Sounds of Joy and Peace with the PSO

An annual family favorite, this year’s PSO Holiday Pops! performances includes special guest star Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba with featured vocalist, Cynthia Chatis.

The program includes perennial favorites such as Leroy Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride” and “A Christmas Overture,” “You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch,” “The Polar Express: Concert Overture,” “The Chanukah Overture” and others as well as special arrangements of South African and Zimbabwean songs by Randy Armstrong that celebrate humanity.

Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba perform South African, Zimbabwean and popular songs on handmade South African Marimbas, Trinidad/Tobago Steel Pans, World Percussion and Vocals. Their prior collaborative concerts have included performances with the choruses Voices From The Heart, Ben Baldwin and the Stairwells, Songweavers, and the WorldBeat Marimba Singers featuring Cynthia Chatis.

Please note that the Holiday Pops Concerts are not part of the subscription package. Tickets are sold separately.

Randy Armstrong and WorldBeat Marimba

Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba

For more information about Randy please visit his website by clicking this link

Dec
19
Sun
2021
Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops! with Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba • December 18 @7:30pm & 19 @ 3:00pm, 2021 • Portsmouth High School Audiorium @ Portsmouth High School Auditorium
Dec 19 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Sounds of Joy and Peace with the PSO

Bring your friends and family together and join the PSO winter solstice weekend as we shift from literal darkness to light and celebrate the season with cheer and joy.  A perennial family favorite, this year’s Holiday Pops program includes an international flavor that celebrates humanity during the holiday season.

We are thrilled to present Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba to the concert program as our special guests.

When listening and experiencing this upbeat and vibrant music, you will want to get up to dance and sing! It is a celebration of life and the art of unified ensemble playing.

Please note that the Holiday Pops Concerts are not part of the subscription package. Tickets are sold separately.

Randy Armstrong and WorldBeat Marimba

Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba

Randy Armstrong & WorldBeat Marimba perform South African, Zimbabwean and Popular Songs on handmade South African Marimbas, Trinidad/Tobago Steel Pans, World Percussion and Vocals. Their exciting collaborative concerts include performances with the choruses Voices From The Heart, Ben Baldwin and the Stairwells, Songweavers, and the WorldBeat Marimba Singers featuring Cynthia Chatis.

For more information about Randy please visit his website by clicking this link

Jan
21
Fri
2022
ETC Integrated Arts Conference • January 21, 2022 • Plymouth State University – The Common Man Inn • Randy Armstrong-Workshop Presenter @ The Common Man Inn
Jan 21 @ 8:30 am – 2:00 pm

Integrated Arts Conference

Friday, January 21, 2022 (8:30am-2:00pm)

Common Man Inn, Plymouth, NH

Click Here To Register

All elementary and secondary classroom teachers, administrators, arts educators, and artists are invited to participate in the 27th annual ETC Integrated Arts Conference. This one-day event offers 8 hours of professional development and continuing education workshops. Using the hands-on, cognitive power of the arts, participants will learn how to build community through various art forms. Learn how to incorporate and integrate skills, attitudes, and behaviors to effectively build community with daily tasks and challenges through the arts. Workshops and curricular materials will be inclusive and representative of all learners in our changing world.

 We hope you can join us for this fantastic day!

Register before January 11, 2022 and enter “ETC15” as a discount code at checkout to save $15 off the conference cost!
Registration Fee (after January 11): $120

Lunch is included in the registration price 

Click here to view the conference poster 

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PLEASE CLICK ON THE TWO LINKS BELOW TO VIEW THE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE, WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS, AND PRESENTER BIOGRAPHIES

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

PRESENTER BIOGRAPHIES


Plymouth State University, the Common Man Family of Restaurants and the New Hampshire Department of Education, with support from the NH State Council on the Arts, NEA New Hampshire, and the NH Arts Learning Network are presenting an exciting full day conference exploring the power of the arts for all learners on January 21, 2022.

This full-day in-person event offers professional development and continuing education workshops showcasing many different ways to bring the arts into your classroom in addition to keynote addresses and interactive experiences. All classroom teachers, arts educators, administrators and artists are invited! Learn how to integrate visual art, music, drama and writing into your curriculum.


Interested in pursuing GRADUATE CREDIT?

Graduate credit from Plymouth State University is available to all attendees for an additional cost, but all those who register for graduate credits are able to attend the Conference for FREE. To do this you will need to register for IN5560 ST: Integrated Arts Conference CRN 32949 (see link below) and sign up for the Conference by emailing Kelly McGowan at 781-686-2683 or registering online. You will not be charged for the Conference if you are registered for IN5560.

Those interested in earning graduate credit for the conference can register online HERE. 

A Special Note from Dr. Trish Lindberg

I want to invite you to join our exciting Integrated Arts Graduate Programs at Plymouth State. For those thinking about their masters, please consider our MEd in Integrated Arts and for those who already have their masters, consider our 33 credit CAGS in Arts, Leadership and Learning to further explore the power of the arts and get to masters plus 30! I am happy to meet individually with anyone interested and may be contacted at plindber@plymouth.edu or at 603-254-9599. The Integrated Arts Conference class IN5560 counts as an elective for both programs or as a great way to earn professional development!

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Apr
9
Sat
2022
BEYOND BORDERS featuring Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann in Concert • The Music Hall • Saturday April 9, 2022 @ 8PM @ THE MUSIC HALL
Apr 9 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
BEYOND BORDERS featuring Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann in Concert • The Music Hall • Saturday April 9, 2022 @ 8PM @ THE MUSIC HALL
BEYOND BORDERS in CONCERT featuring Randy Armstrong & Volker Nahrmann with Jose Duque • ERINI • Charlie Jennison • Theo Nii Martey • Nick Phaneuf • Jiri Nedoma

BAND PHOTOS & BIOS                          

May
31
Tue
2022
Artist in Residence: Multicultural Week Workshops & Concert @ Nottingham West Elementary May 31 – June 1 & 2, 2022 @ Nottingham West Elementary School
May 31 @ 9:00 am – Jun 2 @ 3:00 pm
Artist in Residence: Multicultural Week Workshops & Concert @ Nottingham West Elementary May 31 – June 1 & 2, 2022 @ Nottingham West Elementary School

May 31, June 1, 2, 2022

Randy Armstrong • Artist in Residence
Multicultural Week Workshops & Concert

Concert: Thursday June 2, 2022 • 6pm
Nottingham West Elementary
10 Pelham Rd. Hudson, NH 03051
Tel: 603.595.1570
Website: www.sau81.org/nws
(Following All Covid-19 Safety Protocols)

Scoring

Find out more about Randy Armstrong’s scoring for film, television, theatre and dance. 

Keynote Speaker & Event Performances

Randy Armstrong keynote speaking engagements cover topics on unity, diversity and the healing aspect of music.