“Ever yours. Ever mine. Ever ours.”  Written to his unidentified lover, Beethoven’s music continues to be a full of emotional excitement and energy.  Created for children 5-10, these imaginative 30-minute performances are stories that introduce children to the world of music and instruments and impart life lessons through interactive stories.  Start this autumn Saturday morning with members of the HSO, the story of Beethoven, and the ever-meaningful lesson that music speaks to our problems and challenges.

Saturday, 26 September 2020
10:00 a.m.
AARP HomeStream Your Helena Symphony

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The Helena Symphony’s SYMPHONY KIDS program made possible with additional significant support from:
Piccolo’s Music
Edge Marketing and Design
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church

Allan R. Scott Conductor
Barbara Berg narrator & writer
Nick Wilder Grandfather, Father, Adult Beethoven, Teen Beethoven
Mēghan Scott Young Beethoven, Mother, Teacher
Kihana VanDiest piano
Stephen Cepeda, Ali Schultz Levesque violins
Sara Schultz Levesque viola
Linda Kuhn cello

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