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Travel back in time to Vienna in the 1820’s as this theatrical symphony concert by Classical Kids LIVE! tells the story of Beethoven’s genius through the eyes of young Christoph. During the last years of Beethoven’s life, he lives in the upstairs apartment of Christoph’s home, and the young boy learns to appreciate the great composer’s struggles while creating some of the most beloved music of all time.

Join us after each family concert for a buffet lunch in the Meyerhoff lobby, hosted by the Baltimore Symphony Associates. Luncheon tickets sold separately at BSOmusic.org/family.

The BSO Family Concerts will adopt a more relaxed atmosphere to welcome children on the Autism Spectrum and their families. With enhanced lighting and a quieter maker-space craft area, children affected by sensory anxiety can better enjoy the live concert experience.

Family
Beethoven Lives Upstairs

Everybody loves a hero, and heroes come in all shapes and sizes and from all walks of life. Some are larger than life and others are people you meet every day. From fictional superheroes like the Avengers to Olympic athletes, these heroes make an impact on history and on our future. Abraham Lincoln, Rosa Parks and Baltimore’s own Elijah Cummings will be portrayed through music and the BSO’s OrchKids will be featured on the program.

Join us after each family concert for a buffet lunch in the Meyerhoff lobby, hosted by the Baltimore Symphony Associates. Luncheon tickets sold separately at BSOmusic.org/family.

The BSO Family Concerts will adopt a more relaxed atmosphere to welcome children on the Autism Spectrum and their families. With enhanced lighting and a quieter maker-space craft area, children affected by sensory anxiety can better enjoy the live concert experience.

Family
Summon the Heroes

Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser, conductor

Explore how music and dance work together to highlight culture, tradition and storytelling in ways that will surprise and excite you! From Bhangra dance from India to Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake and the Russian Ballet, to today’s hip-hop and the funk music of Bruno Mars, experience the joy of dancing that unites people everywhere.

Join us after each family concert for a buffet lunch in the Meyerhoff lobby, hosted by the Baltimore Symphony Associates. Luncheon tickets sold separately at BSOmusic.org/family.

The BSO Family Concerts will adopt a more relaxed atmosphere to welcome children on the Autism Spectrum and their families. With enhanced lighting and a quieter maker-space craft area, children affected by sensory anxiety can better enjoy the live concert experience.

Family
Let's Dance!

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JUNE 2013
  • Strathmore
  • Meyerhoff
  • Other