STANDISH – Gemini, twin brother musicians, will perform “Good Mischief – A Musical Celebration for Children and the Whole Family” on Saturday, Feb. 15, at 2 p.m., at the Northeast Art Center in Standish.
Gemini celebrates with their audiences the fun, warmth and humor of family life. Kids and adults love to sing with them. From start to finish, a family concert with the twin brothers abounds with rousing sing-a-longs, hand motion tunes, folk tales and music from around the world. The highlight of their shows are Gemini’s original, sparkling songs about the everyday experiences of childhood and growing up.
San and Laz Slomovits combine uncannily matched voices with wonderful musicianship on nearly a dozen instruments while playing with a natural ease in intimate settings, or in front of an audience of thousands. The twin brothers have an up-beat flair for involving everyone, from tots to grandparents, during their performances. The result is a dynamic show ranging from laughter, grins, and boisterous fun, to the magic of hushed lullabies and tender ballads.
Performing since 1973, this dynamic duo has been playing music for their fourth generation of young fans and families. From their home base in Ann Arbor, San and Laz have performed to enthusiastic audiences at concert halls, festivals, community centers and elementary schools throughout the U.S. and Canada.
The art center, located a half-mile north of the Standish traffic light at the corner of US-23 and Grove Road, box office opens at 1:30 p.m. prior to the 2 p.m. performance time. Tickets are $4 for adults and $3 for children.
For information or advance tickets, call the art center office at 989-846-9331, or visit its website at nemiac.org.