To access Carnegie Hall resources related to Link Up: The Orchestra MOVES, please use this link:

Please note the following changes for the San Antonio Symphony’s May 2017 production of The Orchestra MOVES:
Offenbach “Can-Can” to be replaced by Borodin Polovtzian Dances (listen-only selection)
J. Strauss, Jr. The Blue Danube to be replaced by Smetana Vltava (The Moldau) from Ma Vlast (see resources below)
Mozart Marriage of Figaro Overture to be replaced by Mendelssohn IV. Saltarello: Presto from Symphony No. 4 (listen-only selection)
Cabaniss “Away I Fly” to be OMITTED

Revised Program Pathway page for The Orchestra MOVES (2016-2017 San Antonio Symphony)
Concert order playlist

For free access to a streaming playlist of The Orchestra MOVES music selections (including replacements), please use the link and login information below:
username = sasymphony
password = mozart

Link Up Concert Visuals (available for classroom practice):
Cabaniss – Come to Play (Powerpoint)
Mendelssohn – Nocturne (Powerpoint)
Bizet – Toreador (Powerpoint)
Filho – Cidade Maravilhosa (Powerpoint)
Smetana – Vltava (Powerpoint)

Cidade choreography by Maygan Barron – instructional and practice videos:
Cidade choreography – click here to view online or download (3 videos)

Cidade vocal leader part (song road map)

Teacher resources for Smetana Vltava (The Moldau) from Ma Vlast (vocal & recorder parts):
Vltava – piano score with parts (PDF sheet music)
Vltava – vocal part & advanced recorder part (PDF sheet music)
Vltava – basic recorder part (PDF sheet music)
Vltava – both solo parts together (PDF sheet music)
Vltava – all parts together (Powerpoint)
Vltava – audio and practice tracks (link to folder of mp3 files)
Vltava recording – Czech National Symphony Orchestra (public domain) – complete (link to mp3 download)
Vltava – full score (link to PDF sheet music downloads)