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Young People's: I Spy a Folk Song
  • Minnesota Orchestra
  • Roderick Cox, conductor
  • Black Label Movement

Recommended for grades K-2
Folk songs and folk dance are important parts of our cultural tradition, as vibrant elements of musical heritage that elders pass down to youth all around the world.

In this interactive concert, students will investigate symphonic music inspired by folk traditions, including Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony and two Copland works—the delightful song “I Bought Me a Cat” and the iconic, always-exciting Appalachian Spring. Also featured are movers from Black Label Movement and music arranged by local composer Jocelyn Hagen.

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Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403
http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org
Minnesota Orchestra Young People’s Concerts are for schools, homeschools and families looking for an outstanding arts experience that is both educational and engaging. All orders must have at least one child (ages 1 to 17) and at least one accompanying adult.

Young People's: I Spy a Folk Song

with Black Label Movement

Tickets

1524047488

1453916100

1556188288

Wed Jan 27 2016 11:35am

Other Performances

Tue Jan 26 2016 10am

Wed Jan 27 2016 10am

I Spy a Folk Song

I Spy a Folk Song

Minnesota Orchestra Young People’s Concerts are for schools, homeschools and families looking for an outstanding arts experience that is both educational and engaging. All orders must have at least one child (ages 1 to 17) and at least one accompanying adult.
  • Minnesota Orchestra
  • Roderick Cox, conductor
  • Black Label Movement

Recommended for grades K-2
Folk songs and folk dance are important parts of our cultural tradition, as vibrant elements of musical heritage that elders pass down to youth all around the world.

In this interactive concert, students will investigate symphonic music inspired by folk traditions, including Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony and two Copland works—the delightful song “I Bought Me a Cat” and the iconic, always-exciting Appalachian Spring. Also featured are movers from Black Label Movement and music arranged by local composer Jocelyn Hagen.

Download concert preparation guide PDF:
print-optimized | display-optimized

Download Interactive Guide to the Orchestra (pdf)

Download printable worksheet PDFs:
Printable 1 | Printable 2 | Printable 3 | Printable 4 | Printable 5

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