Education Program Reservations
The Portland Symphony Orchestra is pleased to welcome students, educators, and lifelong learners to engage with symphonic music through our Education programs. Join us as we celebrate our 91st Season and 36th anniversary of the iconic Magic of Christmas.
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KinderKonzerts $5 per person (adult or child)
Youth Concerts $5 per person (adult or child)
All orders include a $1.50 processing fee.
If you need help making your reservation call (207) 773-6128 ext. 308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 10, 2015 at 11:20 AM
Fall down the rabbit hole in this rare opportunity for students to experience a collaboration between orchestral music, dance and opera. Music Director Robert Moody and the Portland Symphony Orchestra present David Del Tredici’s An Alice Symphony, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, in honor of the beloved story’s 150th anniversary. This performance is appropriate for learners in grades More
November 12, 2015 at 9:30 AM
Hear a menagerie of musical animals on a fun trip to the zoo with the PSO Brass Quintet! We’ll make sounds of animals on instruments big and small, and a roaring good time will be had by all! Learn the parts of a story (beginning, middle and end), identify key story elements and engage with other important reading concepts More
November 19, 2015 at 9:30 AM
Join the Portland Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Quintet as they tell the story of Peter and the Wolf. Peter is a precocious young boy living with his grandfather and some animal friends. Follow along as Peter helps his pals out of a jam with the scary Wolf! Learn the parts of a story (beginning, middle and end), identify key story More
February 4, 2016 at 10:15 AM
Go on an undersea adventure with Swimmy the fish as he searches for his lost friends! The PSO String Quintet uses the sounds of their instruments to tell the Caldecott Award-winning story of Swimmy by Leo Lionni. Learn the parts of a story (beginning, middle and end), identify key story elements and engage with other important reading concepts. As the Quintet More
April 25, 2016 at 11:20 AM
The epic film compositions of John Williams are a superb example of heart-pounding storytelling through music. This concert features Williams’ greatest hits — from Superman to E.T. and Harry Potter to Star Wars. No other composer has taken us on more adventures using the transformative power of music. This performance is appropriate for learners in grades 3-5. More
May 19, 2016 at 10:15 AM
How did people get from here to there a long time ago? On this musical joirney through time, you’ll giddy-up through the history of transportation. Using all the banging, clanging and rattling they can muster, the PSO Percussion Ensemble takes us from horses to trains to modern transit. Learn the parts of a story (beginning, middle and end), identify More