BELTING IT OUT: Members of midtown music school, The Stage Door Academy, sang with Sharon and Bram on their number “One Elephant Came Out To Play” and also performed their own ditty, “I Won’t Grow Up” from Pan.
The elephants certainly came out to play May 14, as Sharon and Bram, with the help of students from the Stage Door Academy, performed songs for the hundreds gathered at June Rowlands Park.
The two thirds of the beloved children’s trio, Sharon, Lois and Bram were on hand to open the new Music Garden. Construction and the installation of musical instruments was spearheaded by councillor Josh Matlow, who was in attendance.
Mayor John Tory and St. Paul’s MP Carolyn Bennett also took in the festivities.
- RIDING THE ELEPHANT: Two midtown children got a rise out of sitting on the elephant statue that resides in the Music Garden.
- BEST VIEW IN THE HOUSE: A young girls sits atop her dad’s shoulders during Sharon and Bram’s performance.
- DYNAMIC DUO: Bram Morrison, left, and Sharon Hampson prepare to take the stage during the June Rowland’s Park Music Garden opening May 14.
- COMMANDER OR CONDUCTOR? Mayor John Tory addresses the crowd gathered at June Rowland’s Park for the Music Garden opening May 14.
- XYLOPHONE 101: A young girl gets assistance while performing a song on one of the Music Garden’s new instruments.