Mobile Symphony musicians teach general music to PreK-second grade classes in a school, one day a week for 25 weeks.
Strings in Schools
Mobile Symphony musicians give group violin, viola and cello lessons to 3rd – 8th grade students.
Keep playing your instrument during June and July and learn new skills under the expert guidance of a professional string teacher.
Mobile Symphony Suzuki Institute
The Suzuki Method combines a music teaching method with a philosophy, which embraces the total development of the child. Dr Suzuki’s guiding principle was “Character first, ability second”.
String Academy and Eastern Shore Strings
Two training ensembles for intermediate level violin, viola, cello and bass students.
Enhance your musicianship through a more advanced string ensemble.
Mobile Symphony Youth Orchestra
Offers young instrumental musicians throughout the Gulf Coast an opportunity for growth and development by preparing, studying and performing various genres of orchestral literature.
Young People’s Concerts
Live, full orchestra performance at the Saenger Theatre during the school day for students K-6.
Big Red Ticket
Students K-12 are invited to attend the MSO Sunday matinee Classics concerts for free, when accompanied by a paying adult.
Symphony ensembles are available to perform for school assemblies throughout the Gulf Coast. In-School Ensembles reach more than 1,000 students every year across south Alabama.
Musical Petting Zoo
Miniature Mozarts and budding Bachs will be able to hear, see, touch and learn to make sound on musical instruments. Members of the Mobile Symphony Orchestra engage young children with a hands-on introduction to the instruments of the orchestra, including brass, wind, strings and percussion.
Have a violin that’s collecting dust in the attic? What about a French horn that your teenager has long since outgrown? The MSO accepts new and gently-used instruments so that every child who desires to play a musical instrument has access to instruments. The MSO will pay to refurbish or repair all instruments that are still in good condition. Instruments can be dropped off at the Larkins Center at 257 Dauphin Street, or at M&S Music.