DEBBIE PHILLIPS CLASSICAL CONCERTS FOR STUDENTS
Presented annually since 1951, these thematic, curriculum-based concerts are geared to the integration of music into the core curriculum. These concerts are an excellent way for students from across the region to experience the power of a live orchestra. Concerts last approximately 50 minutes and are open to students in grades 3-8.
GROOVE: RHYTHM OF LIFE & RYTHYM IN LIFE
Rhythm is the basic building block of music. Like gravity and the air that surrounds us, rhythm too, is a shared experience across humanity. This concert explores the various ways rhythm is the thread that holds an orchestra together, and by extension illuminates engaging ways students can relate to each other. Join Assistant Conductor, Christopher James Lees, and the musicians of the Charlotte Symphony for this exciting concert experience on Friday, March 17, 2017 with shows at 10 and 11:20 am.
SHOSTAKOVICH Festive Overture
SOUSA Liberty Bell March
BEETHOVEN Vivace from Symphony No. 7
GRIEG In the Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt Suite No. 2
TCHAIKOVSKY Allegro con grazia from Symphony No. 6 "Pathetique"
DVORAK Slavonic Dance, Op. 46 No. 1
REICH Clapping Music
BERNSTEIN Mambo from West Side Story Overture
Tickets/Reservations: Prices are $8 per ticket for students, teachers, and chaperones. A reduced rate of $6 for Title I schools is available. Please keep in mind that the ticket price does not include transportation to or from the venue. To reserve seats or if you have questions, please contact CSO School Programs Manager, Phoebe Lustig at 704.714.5114 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We can also take these concerts out on the road! School districts and/or individual schools who are interested in hosting an Education Concert should contact Chris Stonnell, Director of Education, at 704.714.5110 or at email@example.com for pricing and booking information.
Past education concert themes have included:
- Orchestra in Orbit
- Symphonic Dances From Across The Globe
- Historical Measures: A Musical Timeline
- Audible Imagery: Water as Music
- Rhythm Around the World
- Celebrate America!
- Sounds of Enchantment: Myths, Legends, Fairy Tales and Folk Tales in Music
- Notable Numbers: Patterns, Rhythms, and Form in Music
- Eventful Music: Symphonic Stories of History
Bring the CSO into your school with a Prelude Ensemble performance! These special ensemble presentations performed by CSO musicians are open to students in grades K-12. Prelude Ensembles support North Carolina Standard's for Music Education and serve as an introduction for students to the instruments of the orchestra. Professional CSO musicians perform an interactive 45-minute program that includes discussion of their instruments, the repertoire, and featured composers. Each program also includes time for students to ask questions.
School Programs Manager