The educational outreach programs of The Kansas City Civic Orchestra seek to cultivate an appreciation for the experience of live instrumental and orchestral music and to provide support for music education to community members of all age levels throughout the Greater Kansas City area.
The orchestra’s educational outreach activities include:
- Instrument zoos that allow children to learn about a range of orchestral instruments.
- In-school, interactive, participatory performances and demonstrations for elementary students, involving stringed and other instruments.
- “Master classes” held for school-aged children studying particular classical instruments, provided by soloists using those instruments to perform during concerts with the Civic Orchestra.
- Musical entertainment events for nursing homes and similar care centers in the area.
- “Youth Concerts” included among the Civic’s regular season programming, featuring compositions familiar to children of school age, e.g., themes from popular adventure and science-fiction films.
- Soloist competitions offering students in local elementary and secondary schools a chance to perform with the Civic Orchestra.
For more information about the Civic Orchestra’s educational outreach activities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What a joy to know you shared your time and talents with our Grandma. We know your happiness and enthusiasm for music. It is wonderful to know you where there. Thank you so much for your service to the community. – The Rorie Family