The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra’s third free online video project of our 39th season, MSO Family Concerts: Rated “E” for Everyone, highlights our annual one-hour family-friendly concerts. Since our early years as the Central Chamber Orchestra, the MSO has performed music for audience members from ages three to ninety-three, with opportunities for them to see and play our instruments after the performances. These concerts have served as an introduction to live symphony performances for many who have attended.
Hosted once again by MSO Music Director William Schrickel, this video includes stories from MSO musicians Melissa Morey, Jeffrey Ohlmann, Karen Olson, and Michael Engh; MSO co-founder Jim Waldo; and interviews with narrator Jake Endres and some young MSO audience members.
Please join us at 4pm on Sunday, April 11, 2021, when we premiere this video right here on our website. The video is free, but contributions are graciously accepted!
Visit our Video Project page to find our first two videos of the season, The Mahler Project and A Few Words About Argento, along with stories by MSO musicians.
Visit our MSO at Home page for a variety of home performances by our musicians.
During our regular seasons, concerts are free; donations are requested to cover our costs. Programs are subject to change.