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A Message from Classics 4 Kids

04/09/2013 – As parents and educators, we know the value of arts education for children at an early age and we want to share how Classics 4 Kids can help you include music and arts in your classroom. Our programs are fun, interactive, and utilize innovative curriculum and common core standards. Open up the world’s stage for the children in your classroom.  Choose from
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Beethoven ‘n’ Friends Go Country

[Received with Acclaim] Yee-haw! The Classics Philharmonic celebrates music inspired by the “country” and cowboy culture with music by Beethoven, Rossini, and Grofe. Special guest, Wylie Gustafson, the yodeling, singing cowboy from Montana, joins our orchestra for a thrilling performance of old time country and cowboy songs! We’ll be singing, yodeling, and line-dancing to this foot-stomping great music. Music Connects:

The Silk Road

[Received with Acclaim] Join the Classics Philharmonic, White Dragon Martial Arts, and other special guests for a journey down the Silk Road. With music and artists representing areas of Europe, Turkey, Persia, Japan and China, this is a world music event you won’t want to miss. As an added bonus, our partners at The San Diego Museum of Art invites participating classes to a free
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Carnival of the Animals

[Received with Acclaim] San Diego Zoo Global joins the Classics Philharmonic and Malashock Dance for a fresh look at Saint-Seans’ famous Carnival of the Animals. Original poetry narrated by the San Diego Zoo Global’s own “Dr. Zoolittle” helps put a modern day twist on a traditional young audience favorite. Plus: Expect a surprise visitor from our partners at the San Diego Zoo! Music Connects:

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