The Orchestra of the Americas is an orchestra that is committed to providing affordable and accessible culture for all. They have provided over 2,500 free concerts in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The orchestra gets the opportunity to play in over ten countries and attracts a diverse audience, with both domestic and international students.
The orchestral education project is aimed at bridging the gap between classical music and society. They provide classical music lessons that are relevant to students’ needs and help them develop themselves in different ways.
We invite children to our event. Our orchestra is playing an educational concert
This event is for children between the ages of 6-12 years old. This concert will be an opportunity for them to learn about both the orchestra and the ways in which music can benefit their lives.
We are excited to announce that this year’s “Spring into Music” concert will feature a performance by the Young Malvern Orchestra! If you have any children in your family or know any students who would enjoy our show, please send them in to register at www.marshallmusic.org/spring-into-music-concert
Last year’s “Spring into Music” concert was a huge success with over 150 children attending, so don’t miss out on this great opportunity to introduce your child or students to music!
We hope that by inviting children to our event, they can enjoy the concert with their parents or family members.
The orchestra will be playing an educational violin and violin concerto that will teach students about classical music and musical instruments.
We invite children to our event. Our orchestra is playing an educational concert for them.
We are committed to providing programs that foster creativity, flexibility, and joy of music-making for all children, no matter what their background or musical experience.
We believe that music is a universal language that can be heard and felt by all children of all cultures.