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Enjoy this classic symphonic fairy tale in English, Hebrew, Mandarin or Russian. The half-hour performances will be led by San Francisco Ballet conductor maestro Ming Luke. Kids will have a fantastic time before or after the concert with a mask-making workshop and an instrument "petting zoo."
Peter and the Wolf is a composition written by Sergei Prokofiev in 1936. It is a children's story (with both music and text by Prokofiev), with a narrator accompanying the orchestra. Each character in the story has a particular instrument associated with it: the bird is a flute, the duck is an oboe, the cat is a clarinet, the grandfather is a bassoon, the wolf is a French horn, the hunters are a woodwind theme with gunshots on timpani and bass drum, and Peter is the string instruments.
Don't know the story? Read it here.
|Dates:||Sunday, February 10|
|Times:||12:30–1:30 PM (English narrated by Susanne Pari)
2:00–3:00 PM (Mandarin narrated by Derek Tam)
4:00–5:00 PM (Russian narrated by Boris Vladimirsky)
5:00–6:00 PM (Hebrew narrated by Ilan Vitenberg)
|Location:||Schultz Cultural Arts Hall|
|Fee:||$15 Members & students | $15 children ages 14 & under | $18 Non-Members|
Note: Tickets for the English narration are sold out
|Service fee will apply|
$20 at the door