The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra and Duluth Children’s Museum have partnered to bring you an exciting day of family concerts on Sunday, May 22!
This FREE event invites families to attend a pre-concert activity hour where children will have the opportunity to make a percussion instrument, play a rock-passing game from Ghana, learn to dance the Cumbia and more! Then, join guest violinist Diane Monroe, DSSO musicians, storyteller Elizabeth Nordell, and the Nettleton Elementary World Beat Drummers for a concert that explores the music of 4 continents: North America, South America, Europe and Africa!
Musical Passport: An Exploration of 4 Continents!
Duluth Depotâ€”506 West Michigan Street
Activity and Concert Time #1:
11am-noon: Pre-concert activity (Train depot)
12pm-1:30pm: Concert (Great Hall)
Activity and Concert Time #2:
1:30pm-2:30: Pre-concert activity (Train depot)
2:30pm-4:00: Concert (Great Hall)