Bring PBO to your school!
PBO works with partnering teachers to tailor our entertaining and informative In-School Programs that are relevant to their students. There are four programs from which to choose. Each of the four 45-minute to hour-long programs may be modified for students at any grade level, and are appropriate for large music and cross-disciplinary classes. Scheduling priority will be given to large school assemblies.
In-School Programs offer:
- Vibrant, historically informed performances with audience engagement
- Period Instrument demonstrations, highlighting the instruments’ delightful intricacies and quirks
- Explanations about the music by musicians who live and breathe the specific repertoire featured in each program
- Appreciation for stylistically diverse music
- Advice to students about careers in music
- An ample question and answer period, facilitating memorable interactions between musicians and students
Read about our program offerings for the 2019-20 school year and sign up below.
Mixing it up Vocally: SATB and Continuo (featuring a vocal quartet, violin, and continuo)
Presentations: January 15-16 2020
This program features a dramatic, flexible quartet of vocalists representing the soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone sections of PBO’s all-star Chorale. Accompanied by a PBO continuo cellist and harpsichordist (PBO’s renowned Scholar-in-Residence and Chorale Director Bruce Lamott), the ensemble will perform a variety of popular repertoire from the baroque period and beyond. The audience will learn about “HIP” (historically informed performance) practices, and–by “mixing it up” with the PBO group–students will develop their own teamwork skills. As a Grand Finale, Maestro Lamott will lead a jam session with all participants. The program is suitable program for vocalists, instrumentalists, and all music enthusiasts.
Sign up HERE.
Period Strings, Programmatic Extremes (String Quintet) [PAST EVENT]
Presentations: October 28, 29, 30 2019
PBO musicians “get with the program,” exploring dramatic music that portrays natural disasters, acts of heroism and revenge, real-life predicaments, and antics worthy of a modern day sit-com. The presentation features a classical style string quintet (two violins, viola, cello, and bass) and Halloween-ish program music by composers such as Haydn, Beethoven, Onslow, and Mendelssohn.
Questions? Email Director of Education Lisa Grodin at firstname.lastname@example.org.