Toot! A Concert for Families
  • Friday 25 October 2024, 11:30am
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £11.50. Group offer available
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Image Toot! A Concert for Families

Join the Toot! Ensemble for a fun family concert that’s perfect 7 to 11-year-olds and their families.

Travel around the world with music from all over the globe in a performance filled with warmth, excitement, and magic.

Be mesmerized by Paquito D’rivera’s Aires Tropicales, and calmed by G.F. Handel’s Sonata for Oboe.

Valerie Coleman’s Red Clay and Mississippi Delta will transport you into the blues of the American deep south.

Feel the vibrant energy of György Ligeti’s Bagatelles and let Judith Weir’s Mountain Airs carry you to the majestic Scottish Highlands.

Groups Offer

15% off the ticket price for groups of 3+! This offer will apply automatically during the booking process once you have selected 3 or more tickets in one transaction.

About MishMash Productions

Transforming perceptions of what classical music could and should be, MishMash Productions have been producing and touring award-winning music-led performances since 2015.
Our work champions high quality programming for children and young people through our productions, school residency programme, training pathway for musicians, digital developments and advocacy role.

“Thank you. It was really special for the children to experience music live and in such an interactive way”- Audience Member

This show is approximately 45 minutes long.

Toot! A Concert for Families
  • Friday 25 October 2024, 11:30am
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £11.50. Group offer available
Book tickets

Performers

Performers

Tim Keasley oboe
Ben Garalnick horn
Daria Phillips bassoon
Poppy Beddoe clarinet
Meera Maharaj flute

Sophie Rivlin - Director
Liz Muge - Creative Producer

Join the Toot! Ensemble for a fun family concert that’s perfect 7 to 11-year-olds and their families.

Travel around the world with music from all over the globe in a performance filled with warmth, excitement, and magic.

Be mesmerized by Paquito D’rivera’s Aires Tropicales, and calmed by G.F. Handel’s Sonata for Oboe.

Valerie Coleman’s Red Clay and Mississippi Delta will transport you into the blues of the American deep south.

Feel the vibrant energy of György Ligeti’s Bagatelles and let Judith Weir’s Mountain Airs carry you to the majestic Scottish Highlands.

Groups Offer

15% off the ticket price for groups of 3+! This offer will apply automatically during the booking process once you have selected 3 or more tickets in one transaction.

About MishMash Productions

Transforming perceptions of what classical music could and should be, MishMash Productions have been producing and touring award-winning music-led performances since 2015.
Our work champions high quality programming for children and young people through our productions, school residency programme, training pathway for musicians, digital developments and advocacy role.

“Thank you. It was really special for the children to experience music live and in such an interactive way”- Audience Member

This show is approximately 45 minutes long.

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