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A symphony of sound

It’s a symphony of hand clapping, foot stomping, and fun music at Symphony Space throughout the month.

Shed those winter blues and warm up with a fun concert featuring Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band on Feb. 2. The band will debut its newest CD “A Potluck” that’s chock full of fun, child-friendly tunes.

The Seattle band, the Not-Its!, comes east and introduces its latest CD “KidQuake” on Feb 16. The CD evokes the sounds of the Go-Go’s and the ’90s punk rock genre.

It’s full of crunchy guitars and smooth, four-part harmonies, just geared to pop gems and full of everyday kids’ stuff.

Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players introduce their first CD “Lullaby” on Feb. 23. After this concert they head back to the recording studio to finish up on an another CD, titled “Recess.” Tickets for Lucky Diaz on Feb. 2 and the Not-Its on Feb. 16 run from $13 to $20; show times for both concerts are at 11 am.

Tickets for the Justin Roberts concert run from $15 to $25, and showtimes are at 11 am and 2 pm.

Symphony Space [2537 Broadway at W. 94th Street in Central Park West, (212) 864–5400; www.symphonyspace.org].

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