THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT. To be placed on our waiting list, email Jason@worcesterchambermusic.org. All requests must provide a mailing address and phone number. We do anticipate cancellations. If you do not hear from us by Friday, March 3 it means that we do not have a seat for you.
Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf
The musical fairy tale of the little boy who, with the help of a bird, a duck and a cat, outsmarted the big, bad wolf, is a favorite introduction to classical music for kids of all ages. WCMS musicians will perform the piece with narrator extraordinaire Rohan Gregory. In conjunction with Youth Art Month, drawings created by students from Worcester’s Chandler Magnet School will be projected above the musicians to complement the storytelling. Following the performance, the children are invited to meet the musicians and see the instruments up close.
Neighborhood Strings, our inner-city strings program for at-risk youth, will open the concert.
Bring a new or gently used book to donate to Reach out and Read and be entered to win a free family pass to the EcoTarium!
Sunday, March 4 3:00-4:00 PM
321 Main Street, Worcester
Free admission, reservations required
Tracy Kraus, flute; Krista Buckland Reisner and Peter Sulski, violins; Mark Berger, viola; David Russell, cello;
Randy Hodgkinson, piano
With guests Denise Plaza-Martin, oboe; William Kirkley, clarinets; Jensen Ling, bassoon; Clark Matthews, French horn;
Nathan Varga, double bass; and Robert Schulz, percussion
Funded in part by grants from the Paxton and Shrewsbury Cultural Councils, and the Worcester Arts Council, local agencies funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Generously sponsored by: