Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Meet The Music
Suggested Ages: 6 to 14+
Join the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and host Bruce Adolphe for family-friendly concerts that reveal the up-close, fun and friendly world of Chamber Music. Zany Inspector Pulse, the world’s greatest and only private ear, investigates different themes in each program including narrative music (Can a violin order a bagel in a restaurant?), dissonance, and the mystery of musical creativity. Each program is preceded by an instrument petting zoo in the lobby.
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Join the artists of New York City Ballet in movement workshops designed especially for autistic children and their families. During these one-hour events, children will be guided in a ballet-based warm-up and choreography inspired by some of the ballets currently being performed this season. Workshops feature live piano accompaniment and a designated quiet space will…More info
Learn about the lives and songs of noted Broadway composers and lyricists in a fast-paced, funny interactive concert for kids featuring talented performers.
Includes mini-musicals, sing-alongs, games and more musical fun in an intimate theater – some kids end up on stage. One of our our favorite series.
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