13/14 Family Concerts
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MEMORIES THAT LAST A LIFETIME!
Designed to engage and entertain children ages 5-12, Family Concerts are a fun place for families to be together, learn together, listen together and make memories together.
Download your 2013-14 Family Concerts Brochure here.
Media support provided by Nine Network of Public Media
Watch Nine Networks presentation of St. Louis Symphony's 2013s Green Eggs and Ham
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• Save up to 25% off the cost of family single tickets.
• Plus, save 20% off on all Live at Powell Hall concerts. Excludes boxes.
• Add convenient pre-paid parking to your subscription at a discounted
price of $8.00 per park.*
*minimum of 4 parks required. Lost vouchers cannot be replaced.
• Priority seating
• FREE lost ticket replacement
Parents’ Night Out
As an added bonus, when you subscribe to our 2013/14 Family Concerts,
you’ll receive a voucher good for a pair of complimentary tickets to a
selected STL Symphony classical concert–a very special “Parents’ Night
Out” on us!
Several of our area restaurants offer discounts for Family Subscribers.
Show your subscription ticket to your server for the discount.
- City Diner
Buy two entrées and get a second of equal or greater value for half price.
541 N. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63103
- Fountain on Locust
Buy one entrée and get the second for only $2.99.
3037 Locust St., St. Louis, MO 63103
Be sure to stop by the instrument playground in the Wightman Grand Foyer prior to the concerts where kids can try out instruments from each of the music families. Symphony volunteers will be on hand to help in this very up close and personal musical experience.
Single tickets on sale Monday, August 12 at 10am.
Sunday, September 29, 3:00 pm
The Life and Times of Beethoven
Steven Jarvi, conductor
Michael Boudewyns, actor
Performer Michael Boudewyns returns to Powell Hall to perform an original program detailing the life and amazing music of Beethoven, featuring selections from Beethoven’s mighty Fifth Symphony. In addition to hearing excerpts from his most famous work, audiences will learn more about how Beethoven channeled his life’s hardships into musical works of genius.
Sunday, November 17, 3:00 pm
David Robertson, conductor
A true fusion between visual art and music! STL Symphony Music Director David Robertson pairs images of some of the Saint Louis Art Museum’s beloved treasures with music from Copland, Britten and more! Visit SLAM before or after the concert for an up-close and personal audio guided tour to see all the featured pieces on display.
Presented in partnership with The Saint Louis Art Museum
Sunday, January 12, 3:00 pm
Peter and the Wolf
Steven Jarvi, conductor
It’s Prokofiev’s piece with an on-stage twist! Performers from STAGES St. Louis will join the St. Louis Symphony to act out this family favorite.
Presented in partnership with STAGES St. Louis
Sunday, March 9, 3:00 pm
Choose Your Symphonic Adventure
Be part of this interactive fun-filled journey through the history of classical music where YOU pick the program! Featuring the works of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and more. With these amazing composers, you can’t take a wrong turn!