The Music for Unity and Social Change program was originally created as an experiential workshop series that connects to 4th and 5th grade social studies and human rights curriculum. Programs can be tailored to work with any age group.

Workshops include a PowerPoint presentation, interactive discussions as related to core curriculum studies, world music instruments, songs, chants, dances, and rituals that further integrate material through experiential learning.

Full Program

  • All-school assembly featuring the Honey Child Soul Quintet
  • Four Session Workshop Series for Grades 4 and 5
    • Unit 1 - Native American Music and Mindfulness
    • Unit 2 - African and Latino Music and Movement
    • Unit 3 - Songs of the Civil Rights Movement
    • Unit 4 - The Voice as a Vehicle for Social Change
  • All-school assembly featuring 4th and 5th graders on 5 songs from the Music for Unity and Social Change workshop series.

Four Session Workshop Series

  • Four Session Workshop Series for Grades 4 and 5 with Elisa Sciscioli and Harmony Malone
    • Unit 1 - Native American Music and Mindfulness
    • Unit 2 - African and Latino Music and Movement
    • Unit 3 - Songs of the Civil Rights Movement
    • Unit 4 - The Voice as a Vehicle for Social Change

Two Session Workshop Series

An all-grade introductory presentation followed by individual classroom visits with members of The Honey Child Soul Quintet

All-school Assembly

Honey Child Soul Quintet performs an all-school assembly and presents on topics:

  • Celebrating Diversity
  • MLK Day/Social Justice
  • Cultivating Empathy for the Struggles of Black Americans
  • Commitment to Purpose, Passion and Higher Education

World Music & Movement Class

Pre-K to 3rd Grade

Presenter Elisa Sciscioli engages participants in uplifting songs, dances and percussion games from North American, South American and African cultures. Live instruments from around the globe invite children’s creative imagery, movement and art expressions.

Educator Workshop

Presenters Elisa Sciscioli and Harmony Malone inspire further integration of arts in curriculum for classroom teachers or deeper connection to core curriculum for arts educators.