Education & Community
Building Community with Music
The Seattle Symphony offers a multitude of education and community programs for families, teachers, students and patrons to foster lifelong relationships with symphonic music. Each year, the Seattle Symphony reaches more than 100,000 people through community engagement programs, education concerts, school presentations and free concerts. Join the Seattle Symphony family now and spark a song that you will sing for a lifetime.
Family Concerts and Activities
Join in the family fun with concerts and classes designed for children ages birth to 12 and their families.
Tiny Tots, Kindermusik® and Gilman Family Discover Music concerts engage our youngest music lovers. MORE
Our Family Activities in Soundbridge enrich your musical experience at the Seattle Symphony. MORE
Our school programs are a Class Act! Join the Seattle Symphony for a Friday matinee concert with special school group pricing, an Arts in Education presentation or an Open Rehearsal, the Merriman Family Young Composers Workshop, or one of our many other programs designed just for students. Teachers can take advantage of our 15% Educator Discount and Concerts for Clock Hours program, too. MORE
Calling All College Students! Join our Campus Club and pick up Symphony tickets for just $12! MORE
Get Teen Tix. Teens ages 13 to 19 can purchase $5 rush tickets to Seattle Symphony concerts when seats are available. Visit the Teen Tix website to join today! MORE
In the Community
As a cultural resource, the Seattle Symphony strives to bring symphonic music to everyone’s life — through community concerts, school presentations and more, the Symphony travels Seattle and surrounding areas to bring its world-class sound to everyone. MORE
Join the conversation! Many Seattle Symphony Wyckoff Masterworks Season concerts include both Pre-concert Talks and post-concert Ask the Artist events. Want more? Check out The Score, the official blog of the Seattle Symphony at blog.seattlesymphony.org, and see what’s happening on Facebook and Twitter!