Very Young People's Concerts
Very Young People's Concerts:
Let's tell a story!
Very Young People's Concerts are created especially for students in pre-school through the second grade. This year's concerts explore how music can tell a story with the help of Maestro Lucas Richman and the KSO's animated friend, Picardy Penguin. Picardy will help students learn how music can emphasize important parts of a story or define character. Students will join the KSO in the concert theme song: Music Can Make Your Life Complete, create a musical story in Lucas Richman's The Birthday Present, explore how music emphasizes plot in Richman's Playground Escapades, and Picardy will narrate Prokofiev's beloved Peter and the Wolf which many students study in first and second grades! Other repertoire includes: the traditional folk song Blow the Man Down, Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee, and Mozart's Overture to the Marriage of Figaro.
The Very Young People's Concerts are presented with support from the Lura-Lee G. and William E. Lange Foundation.
THREE Opportunities to see this show:
Clayton Center for the Arts in Maryville, Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. - SOLD OUT
Tennessee Theatre, Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. - SOLD Out
TENNESSEE THEATRE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015 AT 11:00 AM - SEATS STILL REMAIN!
All school concert reservations must be directed to the Knoxville Symphony office. You can quickly and easily make your reservations ONLINE (see above). If you have questions regarding reservations or scheduling, feel free to call the reservation voice mail lines below and your call will be returned as quickly as possible. You can also email the Education & Community Partnerships Assistant.
(865) 521-2323 - Clayton Center for the Arts Concert
(865) 521-2322 - Tennessee Theatre Concert
Student Ticket Subsidy Program
Very Young People’s Concerts are eligible for the Student Ticket Subsidy (STS) Program: The program exists to provide ticket subsidy funds to public schools for arts and cultural experiences to encourage schools to expose Tennessee students to a broad variety of cultural experiences, arts disciplines and artists. For more information, visit the TAC website.
Please note that you will need to apply for Ticket Subsidy in the fall if you plan to attend the concert in February. Grants from this fund are usually depleted within a couple days of the submission date.