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1.23.2012

little dragon tales at moca, february 4



New York parents, start the Year of the Dragon with cuteness. Dave Liang of the Shanghai Restoration Project recently released Little Dragon Tales, a collection of traditional Chinese children's songs mixed with electronica beats and other modern twists. May sound strange, but like all of Dave Liang's unexpected combinations, it works. He'll be at the Museum of Chinese in America with Shanghai jazz singer Zhang Le to teach kids some of those songs. More information:

Little Dragon Tales: Chinese Children's Songs with the Shanghai Restoration Project
Sat, Feb 4 from 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Ring in the Year of the Dragon with songs! Dave Liang of the Shanghai Restoration Project presents an afternoon of Chinese children's songs with a modern twist in celebration of the Year of the Dragon and the release of his new CD, Little Dragon Tales: Chinese Children's Songs, featuring the Yip's Canada Children's Choir.

Admission: $7/adult; $4/child ages 3 & above; Free for MOCA Members and Children ages 2 & under. RSVP toprograms@mocanyc.org.
Visit MOCA NYC's event page for more information. And for more on The Shanghai Restoration Project and Little Dragon Tales, go here.