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Young Persons' Concerts: Joys of the Everyday

Education Concerts

February 09–10, 2022

Dates

Duration

Approximately 45 minutes

Great For

Late Elementary and Middle School Students

Overview

This concert for 3-5 grade students offers a look into how creators have drawn inspiration from the landscape and people that compose our country and invites students to draw inspiration to create music and art that reflects their own American experience. Including Duke Ellington’s A Melody for Orchestra and Bernstein’s West Side Story Overture, as well as many others, this concert by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will be woven together with narration and acting by Kids Who Care and art from the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.

Young Persons’ Concerts last approximately 45 minutes and are appropriate for late elementary and middle school students.

Admission to Young Persons’ Concerts is $6 per person (children and adults). Reservations may be made online at fwsymphony.org/education/schoolconcerts.

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General Information:

  • Admission to this concert is $6.00 per person (adult and child).
  • 1 adult chaperone per 10 children is required.
  • Please indicate special seating needs at the time of your reservation.
  • An invoice will be emailed within one week of making your reservation. Full payment is due no later than 14 days prior to the concert.
  • No refunds will be given after payment has been received.
  • The FWSO does not distribute or assign individual seats for education concerts. 
  • Two weeks prior to the performance, you will receive an email outlining concert procedures and policies.
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