Hey, Tacoma, grab your calendars! I’m so excited to tell you about Mini Maestros, a concert series from the Tacoma Symphony, just for kids 2-8 and their favorite grown-ups.
This year’s series kicks off January 25th with Peter and the Wolf, a musical folktale where each character is, “Voiced,” by a different instrument. It’s a perfect way to introduce your kids to classical music.
Update-I heard raves about the Peter and the Wolf show! Don’t miss, “Once Upon A String,” today-February 15th. So cute! Ignore the time on their site. You want to go at 1:30 for the, “Instrument Petting Zoo.”
Each of the shows in the series has been designed by early childhood education experts. They’re lively and interactive and a just-right length for younger listeners.
Shows are at the Rialto in downtown Tacoma, The Once Upon A String Show is at UPS, and tickets are a super reasonable 7.00 for kiddos and 10.00 for grown-ups. Oh, and I love that they’re on Sunday afternoons, which is typically a really slow time if you’re looking for family fun (trust me).
You can get more information and purchase tickets right here! I heard nothing but good things about these from readers last year. If you went to one, I’d love to hear what you thought, too!
Edit: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. If you have a chance to mention SFM when you go to a Mini Maestros concert, I’d really appreciate it!