Concerts for Children
The Conductor's Spellbook
Victoria Concert Hall
The Conductor’s Spellbook tells the magical story of young Tony Stradivarius, who finds an amazing book of spells during a trip to the concert hall and uses it to enchant the orchestra. The Conductor’s Spellbook is an exciting and interactive concert experience that teaches children about the orchestra - come and be spellbound!
As part of a So Arts Group initiative, narrator William Ledbetter will be giving pre-concert talks on both days from 1.15 - 1.45pm. William will talk about how we sit and appreciate a Classical Music concert and introduce the instruments of the orchestra in a kid-friendly and interactive manner.
FREE, on a first-come-first-served basis.
8 Sep: Music Studio, Level 3
9 Sep: Hospitality Suite next to Concert Hall, Level 2
We will also have a free Victoria Concert Hall atrium performance on 8 September, Saturday, from 3pm – 3.40pm by Cappella Martialis. They will be performing “Tunes from Shakespeare’s London”.
- Jean Thorel, conductor
- William Ledbetter, narrator
Recommended for ages 4 and above. However, if parents wish to bring children under 4, a ticket for each child is required. We reserve the right to ask parents to bring children out of the hall should they be disruptive during the performance.
No admission for infants-in-arms. No admission without a ticket.
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