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Young People’s Concerts

Compose Yourself!

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 10:00am
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at  12:00pm
Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 10:00am
Kayoko Dan, conductor
Tivoli Theatre

Admission is $5 (by reservation only).
Reservations open in August 2017.

Designed especially for students in grades 1-5, Young People’s Concerts feature the CSO and the winner of the CSO Youth Orchestras’ Concerto Competition in a program of great symphonic classics, illustrating the instruments and sections of the symphony orchestra.

For more information about the concert, including composer biographies, listening samples, and more, visit the CSO’s Young People’s Concert page.

Schools located in Tennessee may apply for funding assistance through the Tennessee Arts Commission. Visit www.tn.gov/arts for more information. All 3rd grade students in HCDE schools are eligible to attend free of charge (admission and transportation) thanks to the Imagine Chattanooga project through ArtsBuild.

For more information, contact Sarah Marczynski at 423.267.8583 x 2100.

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A full house at the Tivoli Theatre for Young People’s Concerts.

illustrationWnewwordsLast season, students were quizzed on instrument facts and composers at the Get A Clue! concert. The program included Rossini’s “Overture” from William Tell, Grieg’s “Morning Song” from Peer Gynt, and Copland’s “Hoe-Down” from Rodeo.  The highlight of the program was Kleinsinger’s Tubby the Tuba, with Principal Tuba Neil Konouchi.  CSOYO concerto competition winner, Juliette Blais, also performed Saint-Saën’s Cello Concerto.

6,981 students and teachers from 72 schools and large home-school groups attended one of six performances.

 

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