Suitable for ages 3+
Part of our Sounds of Nature programme
Pay what you decide (following the event)
1 hour, no interval
The Stoller Hall and Chetham’s present an interactive musical extravaganza.
There’s a race on to a new planet! Teams of musical astronauts are all competing to be the first to explore SH-009. Children aged three plus and their families will be taken on a journey into outer space, discovering music from Holst’s famous work The Planets, as well as other extra-terrestrial musical worlds.
Little explorers can learn about sound and nature and the positive impact music can have on the environment.
Led by the Chetham’s Outreach team, this will be a fun and entertaining event with Chetham’s musicians performing short pieces of music, alongside moments of audience interaction. This is a relaxed event where audiences will be able to move around or leave the auditorium during the performance.
Event supported by Huawei UK
Please note – Pay what you decide: We’re working to develop our family programme to make it relevant and accessible to all our audiences. This is a pay what you decide event and once the performance has ended you can choose a price point which reflects your experience. Our previous family events have ranged from £5 – £15 per person. If you have any questions or would like to get in touch about the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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