Waterbury Symphony Orchestra

2017 - 2018: Sonic Structures

Creating Musical Readers!

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Storytime + Music hosted by Silas Bronson Library
Fun times with the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra Musicians!

Location: Silas Bronson Library: 267 Grand Street • Waterbury, CT 06702 directions

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In March and April, musicians from the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra will read beloved children's stories and use their instruments to bring each story to like. Children will also have a chance to play the musical instruments after the stories. The WSO maintains a firm commitment to produce education programs that are of value to our community!

For preschoolers age 5 and under. Groups must register three weeks in advance.


March 7 -10am
Ben's Trumpet by Rachel Isadora
Guest musician; John Thomas, Trumpet


March 14 -10am
Manuelo the Playing Mantis by Don Freeman
Guest musician; Rebecca Patterson, Cello


March 21 -10am
La Flautista (the Flute Player) by Robyn Eversole
Guest musician; Kim Collins, Flute


March 28 -10am
Ralph's Secret Weapon by Steven Kellogg
Guest musician; Kirsten Peterson, Bassoon


April 11 -10am
Herman and Rosie by Gus Gordon
Guest musician; Marta Boratgis, Oboe


April 18 -10am
Mole Music by David McPhail
Guest musician; Amy Jones, Viola


April 25 -10am
Max Found Two Sticks by Brian Pinkney
Guest musician; Lee Caron, Percussion

To check out future events at the library please go to http://www.bronsonlibrary.org/kidprograms or check out the www.waterburysymphony.org

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For more information please contact WSO Education Associate Sarah Miller @ 203-574-4283 or smiller@waterburysymphony.org


WSO Education programs receive generous support from:

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