These concerts are presented at Bass Performance Hall, in cooperation with Performing Arts Fort Worth.
Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf

One of the world's great fairy tales, Peter and the Wolf, performed by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Metropolitan Classical Ballet, is an enchantingly simple story of an adventurous boy and his bravery in trapping the wolf. Presented by the Children's Education Program of Performing Arts Fort Worth, this presentation demonstrates the many ways that a story can be told. Prior to attending the program, second grade students will read a simplified version of Peter and the Wolf and learn to identify instruments of the orchestra both aurally and visually. For more information, please contact Sue Buratto at sburatto@basshall.com.

Copland and the Common Man

Copland and the Common Man: John Henry and Abraham Lincoln

American History In American Music Presented in cooperation with the Children's Education Program of Performing Arts Fort Worth for fifth grade students, this program presents Aaron Copland as the quintessential American composer who captured the optimistic spirit and rhythm of his homeland in music and used it as an homage to our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. This educational presentation features curricular connections in American historical and cultural heritage, evaluation of musical elements, and language arts/writing. For reservation information contact Sue Buratto at sburatto@basshall.com.