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Attention St. Louis Moms! Ever wanted to share an experience with your kiddo at the prestigious and world-renowed St. Louis Symphony at Powell Hall? Now is your chance! Their family concerts are the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty and excitement of classical music in a kid-friendly environment! Targeted towards children ages 5-12, family concerts typically last 45 minutes and are designed specifically to engage your child in a meaningful way.
Come celebrate Halloween early with the SLSO on Sunday, October 14 at 3pm with Lemony Snicket’s murder mystery whodunit: The Composer is Dead! Conducted by Lee Mills and narrated by Omega Jones.
Where is the culprit lurking? In the strings? The low brass? The woodwinds? Young music-loving sleuths can unravel the mystery in a concert of wit, wonder and whimsy. Experience how all the instruments of the orchestra combine to bring the story to life!
Be sure to:
- Arrive early to TRICK-OR-TREAT through the Instrument Playground where kids try out different orchestral instruments. (How cool is that?!)
- Come dress for a COSTUME CONTEST! Snap a photo in your Halloween best at Powell Hall, tag us @stlsymphony on Instagram and use #slsoween to be entered to win two tickets to Mercy Holiday Celebration.
The Symphony is offering a special promotion to St. Louis Moms Blog Followers! For this concert, ALL ADULT & CHILD TICKETS are priced at ONLY $6! Click here to take advantage of this limited-time ticket opportunity (Promo code: SNICKET) OR you can call the Box Office at 314-534-1700 and mention promo code “SNICKET!
A member of the St. Louis Moms Blog team will be in attendance and will share her review with us in the weeks following the concert – be sure to stay tuned!