The Seattle Symphony’s popular children’s broadcasts — Meet the Instrument and Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots — are available for free on demand viewing on YouTube
It’s time to sing, learn, and create! Meet the Instrument and Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots are available for on demand viewing to offer joy, discovery and fun for the young and young at heart.
Join musicians of the Seattle Symphony as they introduce their instruments through personal stories and short musical excerpts. After the presentation, join a member of the Seattle Symphony’s Education team to learn how to make your own version of the instrument through an at-home craft!
Watch and learn about instruments in the Seattle Symphony through Meet the Instrument, then make your own craft instruments at home! You can download templates and find instructions for the crafts below:
Host and Seattle Symphony Horn John Turman introduces the young and young at heart to the instruments and musicians of the Seattle Symphony. Sing along, learn how instruments make sound and hear chamber performances in this fun and family-friendly series.
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Posted on July 21, 2020READ MORE BEYOND THE STAGE