Razzmatazz for Kids

Razzmatazz for Kids

Weaving stories and songs together, Razzmatazz for Kids has been delighting young audiences for 25 years with their original children’s music and traditional songs.  Audiences sing, laugh, do motions, and clap to ever-changing rhythms in this musically rich performance. Volunteers will get the chance to play rhythm instruments and make little wooden “limberjacks” dance. These East Coast Music Award / 3-Time Music Nova Scotia Award-winning musicians bring their high-energy show to your school or community in English or French! The English show includes one or two songs in French (explained in English) reflecting Thomas’ Acadian heritage, and a Hebrew song reflecting Sandy’s Jewish roots. The French concert is composed of all French songs. There is a Bilingual version of either concert. All shows are customizable to reflect the specific requirements of the school.

Curriculum Connections


French Education

Social Studies

Experiential Learning

Teacher Resources


Space Requirements: 12’ x 8’ performing area or stage
Sound Requirements: provided by artists; access to electric outlets
Additional needs: Two rectangular tables, 3 chairs

Booking Details

In-Person School Performance Fee: $854 + HST
Audience Size: 300

Grades: K – 3
Language: English, French or Bilingual
Availability: February 26 – March 8, 2024

About Razzmatazz for Kids

Razzmatazz for Kids, the duo of Sandy Greenberg and Thomas Cormier, has been delighting young audiences for over 25 years at folk and children’s festivals, theatres, special events, and schools. Razzmatazz is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and has performed over a thousand shows across Canada and in parts of the USA, UK, and France. They have produced three albums: Razzmatazz for Kids, Suitcase Full of Songs, and Sauter! Chanter! Danser!

The television show, Sesame Street, produced and aired a music video of their song, “Going to my Grandma’s” for six seasons. The National Archives in Ottawa invited them to perform for students as well as the First Lady of the U.S. and the Canadian Prime Minister’s wife. Razzmatazz for Kids has been a featured performer with Symphony Nova Scotia. They have won “Children’s Recording of the Year” from the East Coast Music Awards, they are three-time winners of “Children’s Artist of the Year” from Music Nova Scotia, and they have received a “Recommended” Award from Parents’ Choice in the United States.

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Preview: English (Multilingual) Concert

Preview: French Concert