Share your love of music with the entire family at one of the Oregon Symphony’s many family-friendly programs.
As the CDC and the schools announce plans for gatherings in the concert hall and in schools for the 2020/21 school year, we will provide more information about youth concert offerings. In the meantime, visit our Resources Page and the Resources and Music Educators Toolbox from our partners at Carnegie Hall for educational guides and activities that are free and available for all.
These three Kids Concerts are designed especially for Portland’s up-and-coming music lovers. Both entertaining and educational, they last about an hour – perfect for kids and their families!
Introduce younger children to music with a fun, interactive storytime at a local public library. A reader from the library will tell the stories while an Oregon Symphony musician brings them to life with live music. At the end, the kids get to try the instruments for themselves!
Give your children in grades K–2 an up-close musical experience with these entertaining, educational programs hosted by three Portland-area schools.
Bring your kids in grades 3–8 to the concert hall as the Oregon Symphony orchestra performs a concert that connects music to their education and the world around them.
For more information, contact Monica Hayes, Hank Swigert director, learning and community engagement programs.
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