Boulder Symphony Offers Family Concerts This Weekend

A FAMILY CONCERT FOR ALL AGES —
PERFECTLY IMPERFECT

Join us on Saturday October 26th AND Sunday October 27th for this year’s magical and educative family concert. Titled “Perfectly Imperfect,” the concert features a story about an alien who visits Earth to learn more about the best music in the galaxy!

Boulder Symphony’s Curiosity Concert Series presents a show-within-a-concert experience, including concert trivia, prizes, an instrument petting zoo, costumes, and a chance to conduct the orchestra — fun for the whole family! Don’t forget to join the orchestra in wearing your favorite Halloween costume.

This year’s Curiosity Concert performances will be in two different venues — Boulder Jewish Community Center on Saturday the 26th and First Presbyterian Church on Sunday the 27th. All kids are FREE to our Curiosity Concerts!

We will also feature a variety of partners and collaborators including Boulder MUSE’s Youth Ensemble, the Longmont Youth Symphony, and Woodsongs Music Store.

DOWNBEAT – 3:30 PM

LOCATION – Boulder Jewish Community Center

TICKET PRICING:

ADULT Advance: $30
ADULT Door: $35

SENIOR Advance: $20
SENIOR Door: $25

STUDENTS & KIDS Curiosity Family Concert: FREE

About Staff

They call me "NewsHound IV," because I'm a clever Finnegan, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was a rescue pup and glad to be on the scent!

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