Date(s) - 02/15/2018
11:00 am - 11:45 am
A lifelong love of music starts here! Join the Dearborn Symphony Orchestra for a concert designed to introduce young people, grades 3, 4 and 5, to the orchestra. According to Lisa Meyer, Dearborn Music Resource Teacher, this fun and enriching Children’s Concert is a “tremendous educational and cultural opportunity for our young people” and “helps schools fulfill the National standards and Michigan benchmarks for music education.”
Dearborn Symphony Music Director, Kypros Markou, and Dearborn music teachers Jim Walters and music resource teacher, Lisa Meyer have developed another fun and enriching experience. Jim Walters, a Dearborn instrumental music and choral teacher will narrate the program. This program originally began for just Dearborn’s 4th graders. It has become so popular, that our audience now includes students from neighboring districts, and private and home schoolers. Seating is limited; reserve today. Group seating is available.
Music selections include:
- Rossini: William Tell Overture, Allegro
- Beethoven 9, selection with children playing recorders
- Beethoven 5, 1st movement, Allegro con brio
- Smetana: The Moldau
- Walters: Gidi wa Hamar
- Copland: Hoedown
- Williams: Star Wars
All students and chaperones must arrive no later than 10:45 am. Staff will greet attendees at the door and take them to the assembly area. They will then escort them in and out of the auditorium.
One check for all attendees must accompany your reservation. Send check made payable to the Dearborn Symphony, along with the enclosed reservation form to the Symphony Office at PO Box 2063, Dearborn 48123, no later than February 7. Please include an email address so that we can confirm your reservation.
For more information, call Alice in the Symphony office at 313.565-2424. We look forward to this wonderful event and hope that your students will be able to take advantage of this great opportunity.
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