Join the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra for an afternoon of fun for kids and families. Through Peter Schickele's A Zoo Called Earth you'll hear creatures ranging from fish and dinosaurs to kangaroos and elephants come to life from the perspective of an extraterrestrial tourist.
A Zoo Called Earth features:
John Williams Flying Theme from E.T.
Jessie Montgomery Starburst
Peter Schickele A Zoo Called Earth
Albert Roussel "Danse du Papillon (The Spider's Feast)
Nikolai Rimsky Kosakov Flight of the Bumblebee from Carnival of the Animals
Jacques Offenbach Can-Can from Orpheus in the Underworld
Dress up for Halloween and make this an afternoon to remember! A Zoo Called Earth is recommended for ages 5-10 years.
This concert takes place on Sunday, October 22 at 3 p.m. at the Touhill Performing Arts Center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Arrive early to join in the pre-concert activities including a scavenger hunt with the musicians of the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra.
For tickets, go to slso.org
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