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Rabbit Days and Dumplings is a celebration of East Asian folk and children’s music, from northern Japanese sea shanties to Tibetan jump rope rhymes, joyous Korean harvest sing-a-longs, and Taiwanese train songs. Elena Moon Park leads a fun and adventurous group of musicians and a handful of very special guests in this cross-cultural musical journey.
BAM provides age recommendations as a resource for parents
based on responses from our children’s focus group. We encourage
you to use these recommendations in planning your family’s festival
About Elena Moon Park:
Elena Moon Park is a musician and educator living in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Oak Ridge, TN, she studied anthropology and ethnomusicology at Northwestern University and completed a Masters Degree in Urban Policy from The New School in New York City. Elena currently manages programs for Bang on a Can’s Found Sound Nation, a network of artists who design and lead socially-engaged music projects. She is also a freelance musician in NYC specializing in new music, and tours nationally and internationally with the all-ages folk rock band Dan Zanes and Friends, singing and playing fiddle, trumpet, mandolin, spoons, and ukulele. Elena recently released her first album for families, Rabbit Days and Dumplings.