New in 2017-18, our Schools and Family Concerts series offers an amazing opportunity to access live classical music of a high standard in a world-class concert hall.

What makes the concerts extra-special is the focus on learning – there are specific National Curriculum links in all our concerts – and on fun! Our specially-written scripts, performed by the Stoller Hall Outreach Ensemble of professional musicians and specialist educators, make sure everyone has a chance to get involved, get moving and get inspired by music.

Our concert titles have included Sound Sums, Musical Menagerie, A Voyage Around the Orchestra and Sound Experiment, making links with maths, science, geography, PSHCE, literacy – and of course, music! – along the way. With the help of the Stoller Hall steward and technical teams, we keep our concerts relaxed, friendly and accessible to create a welcoming environment for primary schools, home-educators, families and children.

Our weekend Family shows offer pre-concert Early Years activity for under 5s, and all our concerts offer good-value group tickets. We’ve welcomed around 1700 adults and children to our Outreach concerts in the last year – here’s to a marvellous musical year ahead!

Forthcoming Concerts
One of our Shoes is Missing!

Friday 17 May 10.00am and 11.30am, Saturday 18 May 11.00am

Oh dear! One of our shoes seems to be missing. Can you help? If you are a master of haikus, riddles, acrostics and acronyms then this is the concert for you! Meet the instruments of the orchestra, solve a mystery and experience live classical music in the incredible Stoller Hall.

Some of the repertoire you will hear if you join us for the next concert;

Hoe Down by Aaron Copland (BBC Ten Pieces)
Dance of the Little Swans by Tchaikovsky (from The Nutcracker)
Baby Elephant Walk by Henry Mancini
Aquarium by Camille Saint-Saens (from Carnival of the Animals)
Clog Dance by Ferdinand Herold

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