Designed to engage the interest of children of all ages, these concerts are open to school groups, home school groups and individuals.
Young Persons' Concerts

Young Persons' Concerts

Fort Worth: Cowboys and Culture

Daniel Black, Conductor
featuring Kids Who Care

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 10:15 AM and 12:15 PM
Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 10:15 AM and 12:15 PM
Bass Performance Hall
525 Commerce Street, 76102

Join the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Kids Who Care in a celebration of our great city as you take a musical and visual tour of the city's landmarks, from Sundance Square to the Stockyards.  You'll hear selections from Carnival of the Animals, Pictures at an Exhibition, and finally, Aaron Copland's Rodeo. This program features images from Fort Worth photographer Brian Luenser and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art! Young Person's Concerts are approximately 45 minutes long and are appropriate for students ages 7 through 12.

Program subject to change.

Order Tickets Online
Groups of 20 or less
Wednesday, January 21 10:15 AM
Wednesday, January 21 12:15 PM
Thursday, January 22 10:15 AM
Thursday, January 22 12:15 PM
  Groups of more than 20
Online Reservation Form

Kinderconcerts

Kinderconcerts

My Many Colored Days

Daniel Black, Conductor
featuring Kids Who Care

Friday, February 20, 2015 at 9:45 AM and 11:15 AM
Arborlawn United Methodist Church
5001 Briarhaven Road, 76109

“Some days are yellow. Some days are blue. On different days I’m different too.” Accompanied by Kids Who Care, the Fort Worth Symphony explores the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss’ My Many Colored Days and demonstrates how feelings are expressed through music and colors. Kinderconcerts are approximately 35 minutes and are appropriate for children ages 3 through 6.

Program subject to change.

Order Tickets Online
Groups of 20 or less
Friday, February 20 9:45 AM
Friday, February 20 11:15 AM
  Groups of more than 20
Online Reservation Form

Weil Music Institute at Carnegie Hall Communities LinkUP! Program

Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute Link Up Program

The Orchestra Moves

Daniel Black, Conductor
Colleen Mallette, Host

Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 10:15 AM and 12:15 PM
Friday, May 8, 2015 at 10:15 AM and 12:15 PM
McKinney Memorial Bible Church
4805 Arborlawn Drive, 76109

In partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (WMI), the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra presents WMI’s Link Up program.  Utilizing materials provided free of charge by WMI, music teachers in the Fort Worth ISD guide their fourth grade students in exploring symphonic music through a yearlong, hands-on music curriculum.  Students participate in active music making in the classroom and learn repertoire on the recorder or with their voice.  This season’s Link Up program – The Orchestra Moves – explores how composers create musical movement using motifs and melodic direction.  The culmination of the yearlong program is a live performance in which students have the opportunity to sing and/or play the recorder along with the FWSO.

Program subject to change.

The Link Up program is currently open only to 4th grade students in the Fort Worth Independent School District.