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Family Concerts


Family ConcertsSt. Louis Symphony Orchestra Family Concerts are the perfect way to introduce children to the thrill of your SLSO. Designed for children ages 5-12, these entertaining 45-minute Sunday afternoon concerts build family memories to last a lifetime. The SLSO's Family Concert series captures the imaginations of younger listeners while making orchestral concerts accessible to families with young children. 

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Additional education programs

Connect with your SLSO through online programming created for all ages.

Digital Concert: Peter and the Wolf

Tiny Tunes

Enjoy a new twist on a classic orchestral tale. A performance of Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf is framed by a virtual adventure to the Endangered Wolf Center in Eureka, Missouri. You’ll learn about wolves and why Prokofiev made the wolf in his beloved story sound the way it does.

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Tiny Tunes: Giraffes Can't Dance

Tiny Tunes

Introduce orchestral music to the youngest listeners through interactive, hands-on experiences with music! Learn and grow with Gerald the Giraffe as he overcomes adversity, discovers his talents, and finds music that inspires him to dance.

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SLSO SoundLab for Families

SLSO SoundLab

A virtual family experience where together you’ll discover the different ways music keeps us connected. SLSO SoundLab explores the intersection of music, science, and technology through videos and activities that can be done at home.

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Instrument Playground Online

Tiny Tunes

Learn all about the instruments of the orchestra and the SLSO musicians who play them. Through a series of videos and downloadable activities, you can explore the different instrument families as young musicians interview SLSO musicians.

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