YOSA Philharmonic and San Antonio Symphony: Side-by-Side

YOSA Philharmonic and San Antonio Symphony: Side-by-Side

Sunday, January 18, 2015 | 3:00 pm

Pre-Concert Activities for Kids and Instrument Petting Zoo begin at 2:00 pm
One-hour concert performance begins at 3:00 pm
Laurie Auditorium at Trinity University
Akiko Fujimoto, conductor
Troy Peters, conductor and narrator

YOSA Philharmonic and San Antonio Symphony

Open the door to a “That could be me someday!” musical experience for the kids: bring them to see the inspiring talent of the YOSA Philharmonic musicians as they perform side-by-side with professional musicians of the San Antonio Symphony!  Recently returned from a successful tour of Vermont and Quebec, Canada, the YOSA Philharmonic is represented by 70 of the San Antonio area’s top musicians of high-school age.  Discover the kid-friendly “Enigma Variations” by English composer Edward Elgar, who wrote a set of short variations based on an “enigma” melody to describe the character of each of his friends.  Musical examples and narration will help to better enjoy the work!

Family Concerts are designed for children age 4-11, but can be enjoyed by persons of all ages. Bring the whole family for an afternoon of family fun!

There are no tickets for this event – admission is FREE! – first come, first seated.

For more about interaction between YOSA and the San Antonio Symphony, please visit:
http://www.yosa.org/about-3/san-antonio-symphony/.

Questions?  Call (210) 554-1010 or email tickets@sasymphony.org

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