Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series - The Conductor's Spellbook
The 7th Annual Santa Rosa Symphony Family Series features music, mystery and magic!
"The Conductor's Spellbook," written and narrated by Paul Dooley, is the first in the series on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018.
During a field trip to the Symphony, young Tony Stradivarius finds a powerful book of spells and uses it to control the orchestra. Join the Symphony for this magical, interactive concert experience that introduces audiences to music, orchestral instruments! Audience members participate in call and responses, hand percussion and conducting!
For this concert only, there will be a free photo booth available before and after the concert and children are encouraged to dress up – even in their Halloween costumes.
Each concert in the series features pre-show fun for kids of all ages. Arrive one hour early and visit the Instrument Petting Zoo!
All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket.
Sunday, January 27, 2019: Vivaldi's Ring of Mystery, a highly-acclaimed theatrical symphony concert that introduces young audiences to the life and music of Antonio Lucio Vivaldi.
Sunday, April 7, 2019: The Composer is Dead, a murder mystery commissioned by the San Francisco Symphony and composed by one of its Youth Orchestra alumns, Nathaniel Stookey, with narration written by Lemony Snicket.