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Philharmonic Kids is an interactive concert series, reinforced by supplemental curriculum, classroom activities, and materials for teachers and students, and supported by trained classroom docents and Philharmonic musicians. Through creative discovery and musical excellence, Philharmonic Kids strives to cultivate greatness in our young citizens. Philharmonic Kids programs are available to all students in our community.
- Bach to the Future — November 1 & 2, 2017 — traces the influence of Bach and the Baroque through major composers and works of the 19th and 20th Centuries – and beyond! Students K-5 will discover a wide variety of orchestral music and composers, explore their place in history, and even try their hand at composing a symphonic masterwork.
- Link Up — February 6 & 7, 2018 — a program of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, pairs the Colorado Springs Philharmonic with students grades 3-5 to experience orchestral repertoire through a FREE hands-on music curriculum. Participating students explore musical concepts and orchestral repertoire through listening, composition, and performance, and play and sing alongside the Colorado Springs Philharmonic in a culminating, interactive concert experience.
We are proud to offer local school orchestras and bands the opportunity to play under the baton of Music Director Josep Caballé-Domenech or Associate Conductor Thomas Wilson in a school-day rehearsal. Both conductors work with young players and share their insights into the process and joys of making great music come to life.