Presented by: Shenkman Arts Centre
Saturday, April 9, 2016 at 4:00 pm
The National Arts Centre Orchestra and Shenkman Arts Centre in partnership with Jeunesses Musicales of Canada present exciting chamber music concerts for children aged 3 to 8! Created for our youngest fans, the Kinderconcert series delights families with imaginative storytelling and glittering musical magic.
Discover the secrets of making stringed instruments that sing in this musical caper featuring famous instrumentmaker Antonio Stradivari, aka Stradivarius.
Grégor Monlun stradivarius / violin
Camille Paquette-Roy Stradivarius’ daughter / cello
Roland Arnassalon scapino / violin
Concept, text and stage direction | Mario Boivin
Scenography | Danaelle Lareau and Maryse Messier Pre-show Arts Zone
Join us before the show when the Resident Art Partners will provide pre-show arts activities for our young guests. Don’t miss out on the fun! OYP Theatre School
– is pleased to present fun theatre activities for young audiences. Explore theatre and PLAY with us!Ottawa School of Art - Orleans Campus
is happy to present fun art activities for the young and old. Come let your creativity soar by drawing your very own violin using pastels. Important Information
Art Zone start time: 3 pm Show start time: 4 pm
Admission: Free (for performance ticket-holders)
Location: Lower Lobby near Richcraft Theatre
We recommend you arrive a few minutes early to allow time to check your coats so young guests can fully enjoy each of these activities before the show starts at 4 pm. Ages:
3 to 8 Language:
English Tickets (not including service fees):
Family of 4: $54.00
- All patrons entering the theatre must have a ticket. At shows designated for children 6 years old or younger, a complimentary ticket is available for babes-in-arms. Babes-in-arms are children 12 months of age or younger who will not occupy an additional seat. Parents/guardians must pick up these tickets in person from the Box Office on the day of the show only.
- Other show times are available at either Centrepointe Theatre or the National Arts Centre. Please see those websites for details.
April 09 at 4:00 pm