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AGES
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ONCE UPON A
SYMPHONY
®
WELCOME TO THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SEASON AT-A-GLANCE
For information about ordering tickets to
Once Upon a
Symphony
concerts, please see page 7.
Unlock the thrilling excitement of classical music!
The Institute for Learning, Access
and Training offers school programs that give your students the opportunity to experience the
world-renowned music-making of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Through this brochure, you
will explore the many ways to connect your classroom to the concert hall. Additionally, we
encourage you to read more about the CSO’s
Citizen Musician
initiative (see page 11), which is
an inspiration and guide for the Institute’s programs.
school programs:
ONCE UPON A SYMPHONY
®
[Ages 3–5]
VERY SPEC IAL PROMENADES
[Grades K–3]
HALLOWED HAUNTS
[Grades 4–5]
YOUTH CONCERTS
[Grades 4–8]
OPEN REHEARSALS and BEYOND THE SCORE
®
[Grades 9–12]
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:
CSO DOCENT PROGRAMS
[Grades PreK–8]
ORCHESTRA EXPLORERS
®
[Grades K–3]
DREAM OUT LOUD
[Grades 6–12]
Performances at 10:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Buntrock Hall, Symphony Center
STONE SOUP
Monday, October 21, 2013
Monday, November 4, 2013
Monday, November 25, 2013
A hungry traveler arrives at a village with
nothing except an old cooking pot, arousing
the curiosity of the townsfolk when she
begins to make a pot of “stone soup.” One by
one, the villagers contribute and enjoy the most
delicious soup they have ever tasted!
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS
Monday, March 24, 2014
Monday, March 31, 2014
Monday, April 28, 2014
Three pigs build houses of straw, wood and
brick. A hungry wolf threatens to blow
down each of the pigs’ houses. The wolf’s plan
would have succeeded … if it were not for the
savvy thinking of the third pig.
Journey into the world of music with these
multimedia concerts for very young children.
Once Upon a Symphony
weaves together live
music, vivid storytelling, sets, costumes and
images created by the Chicago Children’s
Theatre to create a unique and magical
experience. This program supports children’s
development as lifelong learners by cultivating
skills such as problem solving, making
connections, focus and self regulation, and
self-directed, engaged learning.
Free preparatory classroom visits
are available. See page 8 for more
information.
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