Introduce your children to joy of music with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Adventures in Music: Education Series. These programs are designed to engage the interests of children at all ages and make the first concert experience a memorable one for your little maestro. Concerts are open to schools, individuals, home schools, and families. Check out the upcoming programs available from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra!

Young Persons’ Concert

Fort Worth is the city of Cowboys and Culture, and never have the two mixed as perfectly as they do in the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Young Persons’ Concert. On February 5th at 10:15am and 12:15pm and February 6th at 10:15am, Bass Performance Hall will come alive with a visual tour of the city’s landmarks and art set to rousing symphony music. As selections from Carnival of the Animals, Pictures at an Exhibition, and Aaron Copland's Rodeo play, images of the Stockyards and Sundance Square, along with selections from the Amon Carter Museum of American Art will be displayed. Young Persons’ Concerts are suitable for ages 7-12


For little Mozarts, Kinderconcerts feature stories that will appeal to the preschool set and engage young learners in the elements of the symphony.  On February 13th at 9:45am and 11:15am, the Kinderconcerts will highlight the classic story of The Tale of Peter Rabbit that includes an introduction to the instruments of the orchestra.  Children will follow the adventures of Peter Rabbit as he hippity-hops through Mr. McGregor’s garden. A narrator/vocalist will be your guide and will keep little ones engaged throughout the performance. Kinderconcerts are suitable for ages 3 to 6.

For more information and ticket purchases, visit the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra education page.

Fort Worth Symphony Young Persons Concert

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