School Concerts

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Peter and the wolf

The Battle Creek Symphony performs free concerts for school children each year at W.K Kellogg Auditorium.  This year we'll be doing something completely new - bringing the school concert into your classroom!

The Battle Creek Symphony and the Grand Rapids Ballet have joined forces to present the timeless story, Peter and the Wolf, narrated by Sean Washington.

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Grand Rapids Ballerina

Battle Creek Symphony Adventures in Music

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Heather Hill, piccolo

Battle Creek Symphony piccolo player Heather Hill talks about her favorite instrument.

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Peter and the Wolf Activity 3

Peter and the Wolf Activity 3 (Video version)

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Sofia Levchenko

Sofia Levchenko, violin

Principal second violin Sofia Levchenko talks about her favorite instrument.

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Peter and the Wolf Activity 4

Peter and the Wolf Activity 4 (Video version)

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andrew fritz

Andrew Fritz, timpani

Principal second violin Sofia Levchenko talks about her favorite instrument.

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Jessica Lombardo

Jessica Lombardo, horn

Jessica Lombardo talks about her favorite instrument, the horn!

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Anne harrigan

Anne Harrigan plays Irish Fiddle

Battle Creek Symphony Music Director Anne Harrigan plays two Irish Reels with Brian Conway, Jeremy Kittel, and Cillian Vallely.

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Austin Motley

Austin Motley, trombone

Battle Creek Symphony principal trombone Austin Motley talks about his favorite instrument.

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This past season the Music Center presented over forty outreach activities to area schools, including Ars Voce vocal quartet performances, guest artist performances and clinics, and instrument petting zoos.  Adventures in Music is part of our commitment to building community through music.  Through our engagement activities we help to light the spark of creativity that could change a child’s life.

 

If you are interested in having a Music Center outreach in your school, or if you are interested in helping to make these outreaches possible, please contact us at 269.963.1911 ext. 2503.