Classical Music for Kids
New Repertoire for Your Orchestra's Family Concerts
Works in the Stories in Music™ series have been performed by major orchestras, including the Dallas Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and the Boston Pops.
These award-winning orchestral scores for narrator and orchestra are designed for family concerts (ages 5-12).
Created and premiered at the Kennedy Center by the Washington Chamber Symphony for family concert series, these scores for narrator and orchestra have delighted kids and adults alike with their humor, pathos, and beauty.
The Maestro Classics’ Stories in Music™ series has been recorded with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and has won over 50 national awards.
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The Tortoise and the Hare
Casey at the Bat
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Juanita the Spanish Lobster
Mike Mulligan & His Steam Shovel
Maestro Stephen Simon and the Washington Chamber Symphony at the Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.
Live performances foster a love of music and every family should attend as many as they can, of all kinds of music. They are memorable family outings and are exciting experiences for all young people. Whether you are at a party or sitting in a great concert hall, the pleasure of seeing and hearing and feeling sound live takes music to a new level.
Many orchestras now perform specially designed classical music for kids concerts. We recommend the League of American Orchestras member directory to find out about performances in your state, or contact us to help you find your local orchestra. Want to see a Stories in Music™ production LIVE in your neck of the woods? Let us know and we'll see what we can do!