But the Music Spoke…Beethoven’s Story
A FREE Concert
On Saturday, September 26 at 10:00 a.m. in St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, members of the Helena Symphony Orchestra open this Season’s Education Concert Series with the first Symphony Kids concert. This concert is only available as a livestream. There will be no audience. Created for children ages 5 to 10, Symphony Kids is a free 35-minute concert for audiences of all ages and their and their families. As one of the Symphony’s educational programs, Symphony Kids brings the power of live instrumental music into the hearts of children with specific concerts designed to introduce them to the world of music and instruments.
But the Music Spoke…Beethoven’s Story. “Ever yours. Ever mine. Ever ours.” Written to his unidentified love, Beethoven’s music continues to be full of emotional excitement and energy. “Live instrumental music is a wonder to discover,” says Barb Berg, Symphony Education Coordinator and writer of the Symphony Kids programs. These concerts each offer an important life lesson, and this performance teaches the ever-meaningful lesson that music speaks to our problems and challenges.”
“These concerts are designed to make a personal and relevant connection with the children, and we are thrilled to offer these fun, imaginative, and interactive performances by the Symphony musicians and narrators,” explains Berg. “This introduction of classical music to children becomes a friendship that lasts a lifetime.”
The children (or their parents) can download an activity book for the concert at https://www.helenasymphony.org/sk1 This will allow them to interact and enjoy up-close and personal performances meant to enrich and enhance music education in the Helena area.
HomeStream Your Helena Symphony presented by AARP Montana
The Helena Symphony is especially grateful to AARP Montana, who secured the naming rights to the new HomeStream Your Helena Symphony. “AARP Montana is so excited to help bring the artistic excellence of the Helena Symphony’s music-making to people in the safety of their homes,” says Tim Summers, State Director of AARP Montana. The livestream can be accessed at no charge over the internet at https://www.youtube.com/helenasymphony/live
Symphony Kids – FREE PERFORMANCES livestreamed from St. Paul’s United Methodist Church at 10:00 a.m.
Symphony Kids 1: Saturday, 26 September 2020, 10:00 a.m. ~ But the Music Spoke…Beethoven’s Story
Symphony Kids 2: Saturday, 7 November 2020, 10:00 a.m. ~ The Four Musicians
Symphony Kids is sponsored by generous support from AARP Montana, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Piccolo’s Music, Montana Arts Council, Mosaic Architecture, and Ron Waterman.