The Imperial Symphony Orchestra believe that music education equips people to be better team players and solve problems. Free family concerts are open to the public and designed to introduce children and families to symphonic music in a casual atmosphere designed for learning and fun!
November 5, 2017 @ 2 p.m. • Mulberry Phosphate Museum
Kids ages 2-12 will love this musical journey through prehistory! This free community concert will feature kid-friendly activities including a dig in the Museum’s fossil pit! Arrive around 2 P.M. for a look inside the museum and arts & crafts. The concert begins at 3 P.M. Cookie Concert
April 8, 2018 @ 2 p.m. • Branscomb Auditorium, Florida Southern College
Join the musicians of the ISO for the annual Cookie Concert brought to you by Publix Super Markets Charities! At 2 P.M., wander through the instrument petting zoo full of touch and try instruments from Carlton Music Center. Then, at 3 P.M., the orchestra will perform kid-friendly favorites… with dancing in the aisles encouraged!
Young pianist Jacob Velazquez will perform his symphony debut with the ISO. A few months after Jacob began playing piano, he was diagnosed with a form of high-functioning autism. He uses his talent to demonstrate music’s impact for people of all abilities and to further autism awareness. Join the ISO and Jacob as the Cookie Concert recognizes April as Autism Awareness Month.