Sound Experiment: School Concerts
- Friday 9 November 2018 - 10.45am & 1.30pm
- The Stoller Hall
- £43.60 per class of 35 | Individual tickets £2.18
A concert for Primary Schools
How does sound work?
Why do instruments have holes and keys?
What happens when you put a mouthpiece on a hosepipe?
And what does it all have to do with a piece of rope?
Take part in a Sound Experiment, discovering the science of musical instruments and the magic of sound.
We think children aged 6 and over will enjoy this concert the most.
School group bookings entitle you to 35 seats for the total cost of £43.60 (including 9% booking fee). Additional individual tickets for larger or smaller groups are available for £2.18. Please note that all children and adults must have tickets.
Your seats will be allocated prior to the concert, and you will be guided to your allocated seating area on arrival; you do not need tickets other than your confirmation email. Please let us know about any access needs within your group by using the comments section on your booking, or by emailing our Outreach team.
If you have any queries, or would prefer us to invoice you for your tickets, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re also offering this concert to families on Saturday 10 November
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England