LA Phil for Riptide families
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 four concert dates available for ticket purchase-Tickets are $22 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 LA PHIL folder in the office-Payment is due upon sign-up. A week’s notice is required for a cancellation on committed tickets, as they are non-refundable. If you have any questions, please reach me at: [email protected]
10 a.m. Art Workshops
11 a.m. Concerts
Saturday, December 7th, 2019 -- TSFY: The Rite of Spring (No intermission)
Stravinsky's revolutionary vision of primitive Russia caused a riot in its Paris premiere and changed music forever with its emphasis on the pulse-pounding power of rhythm. Dancers will help illuminate this extraordinary composition.
Saturday, January 25th, 2020 -- TSFY: Peter and the Wolf (No intermission)
Young or old, audiences love Prokofiev's delightful adventure in music, which helps children identify different instruments of the orchestra while its story about Peter and his animal friends captivates their imaginations.
Saturday, April 4th, 2020 -- TSFY: Power to the People! (No intermission)
Composers, musicians, and poets representing a variety of musical traditions ans social movements will gather for Power to the People!, a concert about finding your voice and using it to preserve the dignity and rights of all people.
|| Valerie Langenberg