Family Programs

PSO BRAVO! Panel Discussion
Music Lessons: A Guide for Parents
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Princeton Public Library
10 am

Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s education program PSO BRAVO! presents Music Lessons: A Guide for Parents at the Princeton Public Library. A panel of local experts will answer questions about when to start children on musical instrument lessons, and what to do once they begin. Panelists include Lynne Beiler, cello teacher; Brigitte Gebert, experienced mom; James Goldsworthy, piano teacher; Sarah Orfe, Music Together, Princeton. The panel will be moderated by Carol Burden, Manager of PSO BRAVO! Education Programs. Wednesday, February 12, 10 am. Free and open to the public; Princeton Public Library Community Room; Refreshments will be served.

About PSO BRAVO! Family Programs

Families develop a strong bond when they enjoy cultural activities together, such as music. PSO BRAVO! offers several family programs which allow parents and children to share in each other’s musical interests, have fun, and create special memories.

Festival of Music and Art
PSO BRAVO!’s Festival of Music and Art is a Saturday afternoon of family fun on the campus of Princeton University. It includes a PSO Family Concert at Richardson Auditorium and Art for Families at the Princeton University Art Museum, and is geared toward children ages 4 through12. The Festival of Music and Art met with a hugely successful debut this season, and will become an annual event. See photos!

Instrument Petting Zoo
Each year at Communiversity, Princeton’s town-wide festival of the arts, PSO BRAVO! puts on an “instrument petting zoo,” inviting kids of all ages to try out a variety of musical instruments with the guidance of expert PSO musicians. The hands-on experience sparks a lifelong interest in music and music-making! The PSO’s instrument petting zoo is also available for picnics, school fairs, and other events. Please contact the PSO office for more information. See photos!

PSO BRAVO! Around Town
PSO BRAVO! musicians, well known in local schools, also make appearances at places like the Princeton Public Library and the West Windsor Arts Council from time to time. At these very special PSO BRAVO! presentations, kids and their families are invited to learn about the instruments of the orchestra through stories and music.