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Children's Symphony

March 26, 2020

10:15 AM & 12:00 PM

Introduction to the Orchestra by New Haven Symphony Orchestra 
Suitable for Grades 3-5
Loos Center for the Arts, Woodstock CT 06281
 
Maestro Alasdair Neale takes the stage to introduce the NHSO to your students! From Rossini to Bartok to current composer Jessie Montgomery, we’ll explore all of the sounds and styles a symphony orchestra is capable of making and playing.
 
Participating classes will receive an interdisciplinary study guide, an in-school workshop in the spring with a musician, and are invited to attend the one hour, production with 50 professional musicians.
 
 
Wheels to Learning Grant
 
Performing Arts of Northeast Connecticut is one of seven programs selected as a destination venue for the Wheels to Learning transportation grant program. Eligible organizations are public schools in Windham County. Recipients of the grant will receive up to $400 for transportation costs to field trips sites in the 2019-2020 school year. Applications are reviewed on a "first-received, first-funded" basis until all funds have been awarded. Participant feedback is essential to future funding of this program. For complete information, please visit: http://www.wheelstolearning.org
 
 
 
Check out what people are saying about our Symphony Program!

 

“Outstanding. The selections were just right for this age: classical in nature but upbeat to keep their interest. ”

 

“I learned that you never give up on your hopes and dreams, you just have to keep trying, and music can help.”

 

“Keep doing this concert year after year, it's an incredible opportunity for young students who may never see/hear a live performance like this again! ” 

 

“The in-school musician was incredible. He was exceptionally engaging with the students; they were drawn in by his energy and comfortable, fun demeanor with them. They got a good sense of the music that they would be hearing in the concert, and they all enjoyed asking him questions and hearing the information that he gave them about the pieces. This was excellent preparation for the concert.”