Early Childhood Programs

The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra's Early Childhood Programs introduce classical music to the youngest listeners through interactive, hands-on experiences both in Powell Hall and in the classroom. SLSO Early Childhood Programs equip teachers with resources to help instill a love of music at an early age.  


Tiny Tunes    

Tiny Tunes Concerts

A perfect introduction to live orchestral music, these free concerts blend music and a children's story into a 30-minute interactive concert experience for Pre-K students.

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Lion and The Mouse SIYS, Jr.   Child at Tiny Tunes  Composing Rhythms with Students at Flance

Symphony In Your School, Junior

Bring the SLSO into your classroom with SIYS, Junior! This free program gives early childhood educators access to professional development, in-school visits, and the Tiny Tunes Concert. Use these tools to incorporate meaningful musical activities into your classroom curriculum.

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Early Childhood Professional Development Workshops

Explore ways to engage musically with your students through a work of children’s literature. Learn how to incorporate music into the classroom by participating in lesson plans that emphasize creating and exploring music through the framework of current early childhood curricula.

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Additional Resources

Check out more resources for teachers across all grade levels, including lessons plans, concert experiences, and more.

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At-Home Resources

Check out more resources and activities for at-home learning for your students and their families.

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