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2018-19 Education Programs

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale invites you to participate in our full suite of attention-grabbing education programs for students of all ages this season!  These programs are FREE OF CHARGE to participating schools:

In-School Programs featuring four vocal and instrumental ensembles that travel to schools; Mobile Mentors coaches from our Orchestra and Chorale who share their musical skills with student orchestras and choruses; a free, public Masterclass with PBO’s Guest Artist, Rachel Barton Pine; informal Preludes Lectures by music experts before each PBO subscription concerts; and opportunities for partnering schools and charitable organizations to hear our Orchestra and Chorale live, in concert through PBO’s SAI and CAP Programs!!

To take advantage of these incredible musical opportunities, please click on the links below, and apply to the programs via the embedded links.An additional note:  PBO’s free downloadable  video “Time Travel through music” and supporting materials are excellent resources in preparation for all of PBO’s Education Programs. They may be downloaded [Here].

It is a privilege for the Orchestra and Chorale to share music with students of all ages, and we hope you will join us this season!

Need additional information? Email Director of Education Lisa Grodin at lgrodin@philharmonia.org.

Orchestra member Kristin Zoernig demonstrates the gut strings on the double bass

2018-19 Education Programs (Recommended for Grade 6 and up)

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About PBO’s Education Program

PBO’s Education Program has been a leading force in early music education since 1989. Through partnerships with institutions such as The Juilliard School, Stanford University, Yale University, Harvard University, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and the University of California at Berkeley, the Orchestra inspires and helps train a new generation of young artists. Reaching over 4,000 students of all ages annually, the program has enriched the Bay Area’s cultural community through free public masterclasses, symposia, school residencies, community chamber music workshops, full Orchestra concerts for students and teachers, numerous lecture series for adults, and family concerts.

 

 

 

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