There are a number of places to take your kids to hear a wide variety of music in and around Chicago. Here are some of our favorites.
Each week, a new theme introduces young music enthusiasts and their adult companions to basic musical concepts and helps them get to know the woodwind family by solving The Mystery of the Missing Musical Clock (Feb. 25), choosing a Quintet Idol winner (March 3), and playing Where in the World is Quintet Attacca? (March 10). After the concert, a special treasure hunt is available for families to explore the Museum together.
Includes live musical performances by The DreamTree Shakers, All About Dance and Bubbles Academy, rock 'n' roll makeovers, arts & crafts and games, healthy snacks, activities with Harvest Moon Farms, Language Stars, Rock Candy Salon, and Suzuki School, tot activities zone, raffles and giveaways and a chance to "walk the red carpet" and be photographed.
Families with young children join Marieth Quintero, musician and educator, for a delightful, interactive concert featuring songs and instruments from Central and South America. Call for information and directions.
Performance created by and featuring musician Rami Vamos,
that introduces children to the instrumentation and textures
of the string quartet as well as the compositional process. The
mediocre genius, Schmutzinberry, creates his masterpiece to the
sounds of a live string quartet. Ludwig van Beethoven even makes a