Link Up: The Orchestra Moves

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    Young People’s Concerts
    May 23, 24 & 25, 2017, 9:45 am & 11:10 am
    Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
    Akiko Fujimoto, conductor

    The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is a Presenting Partner for this program.

    Presented in partnership with the Weill Music Institute of Carnegie Hall, Link Up guides students grades 3–5 and music teachers through a months-long exploration of orchestral repertoire supported by extensive, freely-provided curriculum materials and online resources.  The program culminates in an inclusive performance, at which students are invited to actively participate by playing recorder or string instrument, singing and dancing along with the orchestra.  Participating teachers can choose from one of three tracked “Program Paths,” whether Basic, Basic+, or Advanced, depending on the desired level of involvement for students.  This year’s Link Up program, The Orchestra Moves, explores movement within music (melody, rhythm, and harmony), as well as how music moves those who experience it.  Through the Link Up repertoire, curriculum activities and a culminating, interactive Symphony concert, together we will discover how the orchestra moves!

    This program requires attendance of a free teacher workshop on either Thurs., Oct. 27, 4:30-6:30 pm, or Sat., Oct. 29, 10 am – 12 pm, 2016, at San Antonio Academy, 117 E French Pl, SATX 78212.  A limited number of soprano recorders will be available at no cost to participating public schools that do not already provide them to students.

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    Visit the Teachers’ Lounge for available educational materials related to this program.

    / / H-E-B Performance Hall, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

    Questions?

    Please direct all questions related to Young People's Concerts to: Jeremy Brimhall | Director of Education 210.554.1006 | brimhallj@sasymphony.org

    YPC Funders

    Alfred S. Gage Foundation
    Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation
    Beeville Concert Association
    Bexar County
    Candy and Buddy Gardner
    Capital Group Companies
    Carol Lee Jones Education and Cultural Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation
    Charity Ball Association
    City of San Antonio Department for Culture and Creative Development
    David and Betty Sacks Foundation
    Ewing Halsell Endowment Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation
    Greehey Family Foundation
    Hannah Foundation
    Howard and Betty Halff Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation
    Kronkosky Charitable Foundation
    Louis H. and Mary Patricia Stumberg Foundation
    Louis J. and Millie M. Kocurek Charitable Foundation
    Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation
    Martha Mares Lebo Children’s Education Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation
    Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation
    National Endowment for the Arts
    Saint Susie Charitable Foundation
    Texas Commission on the Arts
    Tuesday Musical Club
    Ward and Genevieve Orsinger Foundation
    Williams Partners, L.P.
    Zachry Foundation