Skip to main content

Chamber Music for Kids

Image placeholder title

Classical music comes alive in this wonderful program for 2-5 year olds. Chocolate Chip Chamber music interactively introduces kids to classical chamber music through a fun story and short classical music pieces.

Flute Sleuth! finds the series' affable character, Baker Bobbie, ready to "whisk up" her usual imaginative wonderland and award-winning cookies for her audience. To her dismay, she soon discovers that both these goals are impossible given her trusty "imagination whisk" has gone missing! Eager to solve the mystery, Baker Bobbie grabs her cell phone and dials for a detective. Not one, but four, flute-playing detectives arrive on the scene playing The Pink Panther theme. As the detectives help Baker Bobbie retrace her steps, they lead the audience on a clue-finding journey to various locales, including the baker's own flower-filled garden where little ones can flutter their wings fast enough to hear Flight of the Bumblebee. A surprise ending and a fresh-baked chocolate chip cookie send concertgoers off on a sweet note.


JANUARY 29 & 30, 2011

Recommended Articles

Cookbook for Moms Who Ski and Ride

Cookbook for Moms Who Ski and Ride

Winter is here and it's time for outdoor adventures. Skiing, hiking and sledding can make a family hungry. This winter, there's an awesome solution for moms a new cookbook for moms who ski and ride. The Ski Moms Cookbook is a digital cookbook with 35 recipes that are easy to more

How to Make an Easy Paper Plate Snowman

How to Make an Easy Paper Plate Snowman

If you live on the East Coast, it's likely you've seen some snow already, same for our friends out in the Rockies. There's something magical about a snow day and the playing outside in a winter wonderland. This craft is inspired by the simply joy of making a snowman. Whether you more

Skip the Crowds and Take A Family Ski Trip to Waterville Valley

Skip the Crowds and Take Your Family Skiing in Waterville Valley

After a sizable snow storm over Martin Luther King weekend, there were plenty of lift lines and skiers heading to Vermont. Amazingly, most of them drove right past an awesome resort. I'm encouraging families to skip the crowds on the next winter holiday and take a family ski trip more

SATURDAY at 11:00 a.m.; SUNDAY at 3:00 and 4:30 p.m.


TICKETS: $10 per person (free for babies under one), available online at, or at the door 30 minutes before concert start times (cash only). Sing-Along Prelude begins twenty minutes before concert start times.

Momtrends was not paid for this post.

Related Articles