Mobile Symphony musicians and guest artists visit Mobile and Baldwin County Schools for 45-minute assemblies. These performances give students the opportunity to see and hear the instruments of the orchestra up close. In addition to hearing the instruments, students get to talk to musicians and guest artists about what it is like to play a musical instrument, how they started playing music, and what their lives are like.
In some cases, Mobile Symphony also brings a “Musical Instrument Petting Zoo” to the school so that following the assembly students can touch and try to play the instruments they have just heard.
Mobile Symphony ensembles are available to perform for an assembly at your school. All ensembles perform up to two 45-minute back-to-back shows. To book an ensemble, please contact Ben Harper at 251-432-2010
Members of the Mobile Symphony Orchestra join together as Mithril, the highly popular Celtic/World music group. Mithril presents a high energy in-school program that focuses on music and instruments from around the world.
Mobile’s Silverwood Quartet has a long-standing reputation for presenting the best in education concerts. Made up of flute, violin, viola and cello, the ensemble performs classical repertoire and demonstrates the different families of the orchestra.
Members of the Mobile Symphony string section present a program of an all American music set in a historical context. The program includes selections written by John Phillip Sousa, George Gershwin, Leonard Bernstein and John Williams.
For more information, contact Ben Harper at 251-432-2010