Children’s Concert

Children's Concerts

The Greenville Symphony would like to invite you and your students to the next Children’s Concert. This season we celebrate the orchestra’s 75th year.

The symphony will play The Planets by Gustav Holst. Stunning visuals from Nasa and the James Webb Telescope will be projected on the big screen. The concert will be a great way to enhance and supplement astronomical topics and lesson plans.

The date is February 17, 2023. The location is Peace Center Concert Hall. Availability is first come first serve. (The symphony reserves the right to make seat adjustments as necessary depending on availability). The concert is appropriate for 4th and 5th grade students. Two concerts 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM.

9/22 Update: The 12 PM concert is now full. There are now a few openings for larger groups at 10:00 AM.  Confirmations will go out soon.  

Please fill out the form linked below to reserve your seats. The education manager of the symphony will then send you a confirmation of your requested number seats. Send questions to david@greenvillesymphony.org.

Timestamps

Opening: 0:01
Edvard’s introduction: 0:15
The String section: 1:00
Mozart’s Eine kleine Nachtmusik: 2:11
Woodwind section: 4:18
Brass section: 4:40
Percussion section: 4:54
Mozart’s Symphony No. 35, finale: 5:35
Adding trombones: 7:45
Mozart’s Overture to Don Giovanni: 8:45
Adding MORE percussion: 11:21
Adding the Tuba: 11:54
Adding the Baton: 12:04
William’s Star Wars Main Title: 12:30
Adding the Soloist for the Concerto: 16:28
Tuning: 17:38
Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B minor, 1st mvt: 18:08 Adding an Encore: 34:24
Jonathan Swensen plays Bach’s Sarabande from Cello Suite No. 1: 35:12
William’s Raider’s March: 40:05


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Last Year's Children's Concert