Young Peoples Concert

Tuesday, May 9, 2023, 10:30 a.m. concert is sold out –  1:15 p.m. is still available
The Palace Theatre, Greensburg
(pre-registration is required)

Journey to the eye of the musical storm to hear famous composers recreating the sounds of nature from thunderstorms to storm-tossed seas in a concert created by Artistic Director Daniel Meyer. This concert is free for area schools and homeschools.

Teachers or homeschoolers please call 724-837-1850 or [email protected] to register for the 1:15 p.m. concert or Register Online please note, spots are limited and RSVPs are taken in order.

Young Peoples Concerts are offered annually for a one-hour daytime concert designed especially for elementary school students. Each program, based on a unique theme, is introduced to the children by the conductor, who explains aspects of the music, using examples and stories about each piece. The concerts are both informative and entertaining. Recent concerts have featured the following themes: What Makes Music Sound American?  Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra and Musicalympics.



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