A limited number of free public tickets are available. Advance registration required.
Camp groups – please call 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 to reserve your group.
About The Show
Award-winning Peruvian-American bilingual kindie music phenomenon Twinkle presents her pop/rock/hip hop concert Twinkle Time! Twinkle’s distinct vocals, high energy hip hop dancing , backed by the sparkling sounds of her incomparable band in a show-stopping performance of her original songs performed in both English and Spanish combined with music videos and webisodes has earned Twinkle loyal followers worldwide on YouTube and social media.
Described as “like Lady Gaga for kids,” Twinkle breaks barriers with both her music and flamboyant Harajuku-style presentation teaching kids to accept everyone, their differences, and to celebrate in what makes them unique-bringing all walks of life together through Music, Arts, Dance and Pop Culture.
Kids come away feeling that they have found a new friend in Twinkle and parents respect Twinkle’s empowered artistry. Twinkle brings a fun filled Kidzaplooza Extravaganza for the entire family!
Described as “like Lady Gaga for Kids” with a super pop sound mixed with a touch of of Broadway belt, a speaking soupcon of hip hop and plenty of EDM glam, Twinkle has always danced to the beat of her own drum, breaking barriers, sound and otherwise , with both her music and Harajuku – style presentation.
Launched by a childhood saturated with sound and fury of Top 40 artists like Madonna, Gloria Estefan, Michael Jackson, Prince, Selena, Cher, Shania Twain, Twinkle has forever experienced a gravitational pull in the direction of performers who create the “whole package” from their infectious melodies and distinctive vocal qualities to their show- stopping presentations and trademark looks. With her own award- winning albums, raise the roof concerts, and one- of -a-kind costuming and make -up, Twinkle follows suit, dazzling kids and families nationwide.
Explains Twinkle, “My concerts have everything that parents and teens would see watching Gaga and Bruno, but with age appropriate messages and lyrics. Just as mainstream music is accepting of different categories- pop, R&B, hip hop, country, dance, jazz, etc. its my hope that all genres would be accepted by the kindie world too. Why not introduce kids to all styles of of music?”
The daughter of a Peruvian mom and a Brooklyn -raised, Romanian-Jewish dad, Twinkle’s first language was Spanish. With sensitivity and balance , she incorporated both Spanish and English into every performance.
Twinkle grew up on stage in show business performing as a child and teen in L.A. doing TV, musical theatre (playing Bielke in Fiddler on the Roof at the age of seven and then taking off on a National Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar right after high school), commercials, and voice overs including a series of BRATZ dolls commercials. As a tween, she was a series regular in the Spanish Family comedy series, Sanchez of Bel Air, for the USA network, and she also had a recurring role on NBC’s My Two Dads.
Coming off the road from the national tour of Jesus Christ Superstar, Twinkle formed the hit girl band, Nobody’s Angel , which was quickly signed to Disney-Hollywood Records and released their debut album in 2000. Nobody’s Angel opened for Britney Spears and The Backstreet Boys, sang on movie soundtracks like The Parent Trap, Pokemon, The Wedding Planner, and 102 Dalamatians and in 2002 earned a gold record for two of their songs on the Princess Diaries soundtrack.
The flip side of Twinkle recounts her involvement with First 5 California, an organization that funds programs that educate families, caregivers, and teachers about the critical roles they play during a child’s first five years. Twinkle is also President of non -profit foundation The Young Entertainer Awards, which celebrates and honors young entertainers in all aspects of the entertainment industry, providing yearly scholarships to help keep arts and education alive.
CAMP is made possible through the generous support of the Wintrode Family Foundation