L.O.S. at Little Island!

We are pleased to announce that on Saturday, July 10th and Sunday, July 11th at 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm, we will introduce children to the exciting world of percussion music with our kid-approved program Things That Go Bang, at the newly-opened Little Island. Professor Treblemaker and Conductor David Alan Miller will get Little Island’s tiniest audience members making music in their seats from objects found in their own homes. Performed by musicians from The New York Percussion Group, Things That Go Bang teaches all ages about sounds and rhythms through an interactive, orchestral concert performance featuring four percussionists and a pianist.

Enjoy access to our streaming concerts this season by becoming a Member of L.O.S.,
or by purchasing Family Rush Access below!

**If you have questions, please email tickets@littleorchestra.org or call 212-971-9500 EXT. 0 to leave a message**

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From the New World!

Dvořák in America

Pictures at an Exhibition!

Mussorgsky and Friends

Hansel & Gretel!

Humperdinck's Classic Fairytale 

Become a Member of L.O.S. for access to all 4 of our virtual concerts this season!

Your Membership will support sustained access to music in public schools, diverse communities, and underserved neighborhoods with an array of "blended" programs that are in-person and virtual. Thank you! 

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An L.O.S. Halloween Bash!

The Sorcerer's Apprentice 

Streaming begins October 17, 2020

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From the New World!

Dvořák in America

Streaming begins March 13, 2021 

Art by Julia Young Cuffe and Peter H. Reynolds

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Hansel & Gretel!

Humperdinck's Classic Fairytale

Streaming begins December 12, 2020 

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Pictures at an Exhibition!

Mussorgsky and Friends

Streaming begins April 10, 2021

For Ages 3-10

(Program length: approx. 1 hour)

**If you have questions, please email tickets@littleorchestra.org

or call 212-971-9500 EXT. 0 to leave a message**

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