Oregon Symphony Youth Concerts
2019 School at Home Adventures
Kinderkonzerts
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​Small groups of Oregon Symphony musicians, with help from their narrator,
​bring the orchestra off the stage and into schools
​for an up-close musical ​experience where children are active listeners.

Oregon Symphony Youth Concerts
​provide high quality artistic experiences in music.
​They believe that music is an essential part of your child's education,
​while deepening their enjoyment and understanding of classical music.
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Young People's Concert
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​Full Oregon Symphony orchestra experience held at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert.
​* ​All ages welcome, but suggested for grades 3-8
* Concert lasts 50 minutes​


$6.00 per child f​or members of School at Home Adventures, $7.00 per child for non-members.
Adults are free

Click here to learn about membership.​​

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* All ages welcome, but suggested for K-2
* Each concert in the series is 30 minutes, you do not need to attend all​
* Three schools to choose from


​​$4.00 per child for members of School at Home Adventures, $5.00 per child for non-member.
A​dults are free
Click here to learn about membership.​
Both the Young People's Concert and the Kinderkonzerts need to be paid for prior to reserving, meaning I will need your payment prior to me asking for spots for you.
​I will refund you if none are available.​​
Monday's ~ Lincoln Street Elementary in Hillsboro

Tuesday's ~ Woodstock Elementary School in SE Portland

Wednesday's ~ Faubion Elementary School in NE Portland

Percussion

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Woodwinds​​​


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​​Brass


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​Strings: Once Upon a Tune ~ March 18th, 19th & 20th, 2019

"Music breathes life into classic children’s stories. We’ll explore how music enhances stories such as “The Tortoise and the Hare” and explore the string instruments in our version of “Snow White and the String Quartet.” This is sure to be interactive fun for everyone!"

Can no longer get seats, click here to sign up on the waiting list.



2019 program ~ Stories in Music

​Wednesday, May 1st, 2019
at ​9:30am or 11:00am

​"This program will capture the imaginations of our school-aged audiences,
​as we present music written to tell stories through orchestral music.
​How did John Williams capture the adventures of “Peter Pan” through his music?
​Students will learn how composers tell a story through melody, rhythm, dynamics, and orchestration"

I can no longer get seats, click here to sign up on the waiting list.
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