Local children are being treated to a wonderful opportunity to expand their horizons. Britt Festival presents an interactive series of concerts to introduce families to orchestral instruments, symphonic music and musical styles from around the world.
Children can meet the musicians, see the instruments up close, and learn simple rhythms and melodies – all while being engaged by an entertaining story. The concert series is free to the public. All performances will be in the Britt Performance Garden access from Fir & 1st Street.
Series of concerts at 10 a.m.
July 18, 25, 30, 31, August 2, 7, 9 and 16
TICKETS: Free – no tickets to purchase
GATES OPEN: @ 9:30 a.m.
BrittKids Koncerts are FREE to the public – Scout says ALL KIDS of ALL AGES are invited!
All performances start at 10:00 a.m. in the Britt Performance Garden.
The young and young at heart are invited to join us in the Performance Garden for a series of free children’s concerts. Eight engaging and interactive mid-morning concerts will be offered. The concerts will be created by Gabriel Globus-Hoenich and Jenifer Knippel of JenUwin Playtime. Both artists return after leading popular Britt children’s concerts in 2015 & 2016.
July 18 | The Magic Cape (JenUwin Playtime and friends)
July 25 | Leandro the Lion (Gabriel Globus-Hoenich with Britt Orchestra musicians)
July 30 | Leandro and the Rising Tide (Gabriel Globus-Hoenich with Britt Orchestra musicians)
July 31 | The Land of Colors (JenUwin Playtime with Britt Orchestra musicians)
August 2 | Leandro the Lion (Gabriel Globus-Hoenich with Britt Orchestra musicians)
August 7 | The Land of Colors (JenUwin Playtime with Britt Orchestra musicians)
August 9 | Leandro and the Rising Tide (Gabriel Globus-Hoenich with Britt Orchestra musicians)
August 16 | The Magic Cape (JenUwin Playtime and friends)
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