MUSICIANS IN THE SCHOOLS
ProMusica musicians and guest artists visit local schools and work directly with students in the classroom. This program provides an opportunity to learn from professionals, while developing a greater appreciation for classical music.
• Musicians visit area schools multiple times throughout the year to meet with and coach instrumental music students.
• Students are invited to attend ProMusica concert rehearsals.
• ProMusica musicians and staff build relationships with the teachers and administrators who manage the music education curriculum.
Teachers and administrators may select up to four visits per school year. If your school is interested in this free program, contact Logan Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.464.0066.
Musicians in the Schools is made possible through the generous support of Target and Limited Brands Foundation.
ProMusica offers high school students two opportunities to directly experience how a world-class chamber orchestra rehearses, prepares for, and presents a concert performance:
MESSIAH SIDE-BY-SIDE AND SING-ALONG
Friday, December 14, 2012 – 7:30pm
High school choral and orchestra students are invited to join ProMusica musicians onstage at the Southern Theatre for a community-wide performance of selections from Handel’s Messiah. Teachers are also encouraged to participate by conducting selections onstage.
Nomination Deadline: November 1
Saturday, April 20, 2013 – 5:00pm
ProMusica invites top high school string students to join ProMusica musicians onstage to perform Mozart’s Overture to The Impresario at the Southern Theatre. Students are selected through an application process, and will be required to attend several rehearsals before the performance.
To learn more about how to participate in the Messiah Sing-Along or Spring Side-by-Side, contact Logan Kelly at email@example.com or 614.464.0066.
Friday, February 23 | 1pm
featuring Michala Petri, recorder,
and David Danzmayr, conductor
Open to senior citizens in the Columbus community, this program opens a real, working rehearsal as the orchestra prepares for its Recorder Virtuosa performance.
Library Series Family Concert
By The Numbers
Saturday, March 2 | 2pm
featuring ProMusica's Brass Quintet
This is a FREE event.
Stop! Look! Listen!
Mozart Family Concert
Sunday, March 3 | 1pm
Columbus Museum of Art
featuring ProMusica's String Quintet
This is a FREE event.
Saturday, April 20 | 10am
featuring Joshua Roman, cello,
and Timothy Russell, conductor
Open to senior citizens in the Columbus community, this program opens a real, working rehearsal as the orchestra prepares for its Bravo, Maestro! performance.
Youth & Family Day
Sunday, May 11
Franklin Park Conservatory
featuring crafts and activities from 11am-1:30pm and a family-friendly concert at 2:30pm