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It's the birds, bees and a symphony
Classical music is often believed to be boring and for the elderly. But it couldn't be more wrong. In fact, music is for everyone, and if children and younger people are exposed to live orchestras and incredible symphonies then they often have a greater appreciation as they get older. It is a great idea to invite the whole family along to enjoy the brilliant music of WASO at the classic adventure Nature's Symphony.
It will be the most incredible adventure through nature as WASO perform their music. This will be an interactive performance and children will be amazed. The music that you hear will focus on the animals and insects that you can find in your garden. The birds, bees, other critters and flowers will all come to life as WASO performs songs.
You might e familiar with Flight of the Bumblebee, or Vivaldi's Four Seasons. You will have heard of the Nutcracker Suite as well. Children may be hearing these songs for the first time, and they will be enchanted. There are even more songs that celebrate nature that will be performed on the day.
Children as young as 3 and as old as 11 are welcome to come to this performance. Teens may find it a little boring, but they won't be stopped from coming. The performances are only an hour long so the children don't get bored and want to leave. The performances will be held during the afternoon. Food and drinks will be available on the day as well.
If you want to take part in this, then tickets start at $25. Families of four or more will save money too. You can take part in this family-friendly show on Saturday, June 17th at the Perth Concert Hall. The first session starts at 2pm and will be finished at 3pm. And the second session starts at 3:30pm and finishes at 4:30pm.