LA Phil for Riptide families

LA Phil for Riptides @ Disney Concert Hall

Robinson families are invited to share in the experience of Walt Disney Concert Hall's family friendly concerts that make symphonic music come alive for children.  The Los Angeles Philharmonic offers the indescribable experience of a live orchestra combined with the fantasy of theater to introduce kids to the joys of classical music. These concerts are a wonderful way to introduce your children to the cultural icon of the LA Phil and open their ears, eyes and hearts to the joy of live music. Each concert is preceded by an art workshops. Join us for a morning of musical celebration that will stay with your children for a lifetime.

There are five concert dates available for ticket purchase at a discount to the original ticket price. Tickets are $20 each. Please enter the desired number of tickets for each concert via Sign-Up Genius below. You may then pay online or bring a check made payable to Robinson PTSA in the PTSA mail slot in the office.  Payment is due at office upon sign-up.  If you have any questions, please contact me at: 310-435-5946

 

10 a.m. Art Workshops

11 a.m. Concerts

Saturday, December 1st, 2018 -- Brahms First Symphony

Young people will find inspiration in this timeless tale of never giving up.

Saturday, January 26th, 2019--Minimalism

The LA Phil translate the magic of Minimalist music for the youngest audiences.

Saturday, March 9th, 2019--William Grant Still & The Harlem Renaissance

The sound of the blues and African-American spirituals will transport you the to Roaring Twenties.

Saturday, April 6th, 2019--Ravel's Bolero

The ardent rhythms of Spanish dance will get your child's feet moving.

Saturday, April 20th, 2019--Ravel's Bolero

 

Date: 01/26/2019 (Sat.)

Time: 11:00am PST

Location: LA Phil Downtown LA

Created by:   Valerie Langenberg
 
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Saturday, December 1, 2018 -- Brahms and his first Symphony (20)

Through the eyes of a young girl desperate to finish a homework assignment, learn why it took one of the most famous composers, Johannes Brahms, more than two decades to write his first symphony.

 
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Janeen Caleo (4)
Jenna Luu (2)
Chelsea Zielin (4)
Alexandra Dionisio (4)
Maggie Nesbitt (4)
Schuyler Chang (2)

Saturday, January 26th 2019-- Minimalism (20)

The LA Phil will gleam with the vibrant patterns, shifting phrases and steady rhythms of Minimalism in music by Philip Glass and John Adams.

 
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Susie Kim (2)
Sharon Gardner (2)
Sharon Gardner & Beckett Harrison
Loren Nguyen (2)
Francesca Johnson (3)
Francesca Johnson

Saturday, March 9th, '19 -William Grant Still & The Harlem Renaissance (20)

In the Roaring Twenties, there was a great outburst of African-American art and culture centered in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan. Composer William Grant Still was a big part of this, writing for jazz bands, and radio shows.

 
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Danijela Zaric (4)
Fernanda Peixoto (4)
Christina Ibrahim
Jo Bloomfield (4)
Sharon Gardner (2)
Sharon Gardner & Beckett Harrison
Loren Nguyen (2)
Christina Ibrahim (3)

Saturday, April 6th, 2019 --Ravel's Bolero (11)

Inspired by factory machines and Spanish dance, Maurice Ravel's best known work, Bolero, is sure to quicken the pulse.

 
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Danijela Zaric (4)
Thuy Pham (2)
Thuy Pham and Leilani Tran
Aida Villalobos Kerze (3)
Anna Engleman (2)

Saturday, April 20th, 2019--Ravel's Bolero (9)

Inspired by factory machines and Spanish dance, Maurice Ravel's best known work, Bolero, is sure to quicken the pulse.

 
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Maggie Nesbitt (4)
Loren Nguyen (3)
Julie Mulholland (2)


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