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Come Together:

Study, Learn, and Perform Music of The Beatles

The Beatles, an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960 by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, became regarded as the most influential pop musical group in history. What elements of their music sparked Beatlemania, engaging the whole world and making their music long-lasting? As students dive into studying and learning to sing these famous songs, they will discover a music that is timeless, historical, and relevant for all ages.

Pennsylvania Curriculum Standards

(A=Assembly; W=Workshop; R=Residency)

 9.1 Production, Performance and Exhibition of Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts R

15.4 Learning Through Experience R

25.3 Pro-Social Relationships with Adults R

25.4 Pro-Social Relationships with Peers R

Art Form(s): Music

​Instrument(s): Guitar/vocals, Piano/vocals, Electric bass, Drums

Assembly, Workshop, and Residency Offerings

The Beatles Assembly

The Beatles Quartet will perform some of the most famous, influential, and entertaining songs of The Beatles, encouraging audience participation and sing-along. Historical references will be made as to how the group influenced fashion, politics, and lifestyle that changed the world.

Songs to be performed:

I Want to Hold Your Hand


Rocky Raccoon

Come Together

Here Comes The Sun

Let It Be

Best for: K-5  •  6-8  •  9-12  •  After-School/Community

Also available as a Workshop or Residency!

Featuring: Orlando Haddad and Patricia King

Orlando Haddad has been a Beatle fan since his teenager years studying and performing The Beatles with his own band back in Brazil. Orlando has a degree in Music composition, a Masters in Arts Administration, and a Masters in Composition.


Patricia King, composer, pianist, singer, recording artist and author, grew up singing in musical theater productions. Patricia has a degree in voice and a Masters in Jazz Piano Performance, and is the author and composer of the musical work La Giara, The Water Jug.

Joined Musicopia: 2000

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