2014 Winter Festival Family Concert: The Snow Queen
The Snow Queen Introduces Kids to Classical Music
Get your kids into classical music with this entertaining performance of Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen
at the 2014 Winter Festival Family Concert. Seattle's St. Helen's String Quartet will perform the original score while KING FM's Marat Zekan narrates the story of best friends Kay and Gerda. When Kay is affected by a powerful curse and taken into the power of the Snow Queen, brave young Gerda sets out on epic journey to the far end of the world to rescue her friend. This moving story about the power of friendship is a great way to introduce kids age 5-10 to classical music. Before the show, visit musical instrument "petting zoo" in the lobby, where kids can see the instruments up close and learn more about them.
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The last date listed for 2014 Winter Festival Family Concert: The Snow Queen was Saturday February 1, 2014 / 11:00am.
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