Families

Engage your whole family in imaginative, interactive listening experiences in the concert hall and explore classical repertoire as well as classically-inspired music.

Attend any of the Tiny Tots, First Concerts, Symphony Kids or Classical KING FM 98.1 Family Concerts performances and receive free day-of-concert admission to Soundbridge Seattle Symphony Music Discovery Center.

Tiny Tots Series (0 to 5 years old)

Let Your Music Shine with Lisa & Linda™

Engage your youngest music lovers with a 35-minute interactive program featuring musical games, stories and songs. Pre-concert activities will begin 30 minutes before the show in the Samuel & Althea Stroum Grand Lobby.

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Classical KING FM 98.1 Family Concerts Series (12 and under)

Explore the world of symphonic music with the Seattle Symphony. Family Concerts are programmed with some of the world’s greatest children's classics! Come one hour early to participate in pre-concert adventures in the Samuel & Althea Stroum Grand Lobby, featuring craft activities and instrument exploration.

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Sensory Friendly Concerts Series (5 to 8 years old)

Sensory Friendly Concerts, a new program designed specifically for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other disabilities, invites families with children ages 5–8 to enjoy small chamber works and participatory group songs in Soundbridge. The concert experience includes pre- or post-concert instrument exploration, a meet-and-greet with the featured musicians, and a 35-minute performance hosted by a board-certified music therapist.

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Community Concerts (All ages)

Experience the transformational and inspiring impact of great music free of charge! Community and Side-by-Side Concerts are made possible with support from 4Culture, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and Kjristine Lund.

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Soundbridge (All ages)

Since 2001 Soundbridge has served the Puget Sound region as a vibrant musical classroom for students, families and underserved communities. From concerts for your littlest music-lovers to community composition residencies, Soundbridge invites you to build a lifelong relationship with symphonic music.

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Families Events

Families Calendar

Holiday Hooray!

Friday, 9 December, 2016 10:30AM

Sing-along to frosty favorites while you move-along with miniatures from The Nutcracker, Babes in Toyland and other sparkly holiday classics. Featuring Let Your Music Shine with Lisa & Linda™.

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Holiday Hooray!

Saturday, 10 December, 2016 9:30AM

Sing-along to frosty favorites while you move-along with miniatures from The Nutcracker, Babes in Toyland and other sparkly holiday classics. Featuring Let Your Music Shine with Lisa & Linda™.

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Holiday Hooray!

Saturday, 10 December, 2016 10:30AM

Sing-along to frosty favorites while you move-along with miniatures from The Nutcracker, Babes in Toyland and other sparkly holiday classics. Featuring Let Your Music Shine with Lisa & Linda™.

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Holiday Hooray!

Saturday, 10 December, 2016 11:30AM

Sing-along to frosty favorites while you move-along with miniatures from The Nutcracker, Babes in Toyland and other sparkly holiday classics. Featuring Let Your Music Shine with Lisa & Linda™.

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Side-by-Side Concert with University of Washington Symphony Orchestra

Thursday, 26 January, 2017 7:30PM

Enjoy this free Side-by-Side concert with the Seattle Symphony and University of Washington Symphony Orchestra. Conducted by Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot and University of Washington Director of Orchestras Dr. David Alexander Rahbee, witness sensational works by Beethoven, Shostakovich, Berlioz, Copland, and Gershwin. This exciting program will also feature soloist Seattle Symphony Piano Competition winner Kevin Ahfat.

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Side-by-Side Concert with Roosevelt High School Symphony Orchestra

Sunday, 29 January, 2017 12:00PM

Enjoy this free Side-by-Side concert with the Seattle Symphony and Roosevelt High School Symphony Orchestra. Maestro Morlot will conduct both orchestras for the bustling Gershwin favorite An American In Paris. This program will also feature Seattle Symphony Young Artist Andrew Angelos in a performance of Dukas’ Villanelle for Horn and Orchestra.

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Sensory Friendly Concerts: Two Cats

Saturday, 4 February, 2017 10:00AM

Seattle Symphony musicians and Board-Certified Music Therapist Michael Lauckner present the stunning and simple composition Trees by Daniel Dorff, written to accompany the poem of the same name by Joyce Kilmer. Through participatory group songs and a duet for clarinet and flute, we’ll explore what can happen when we take turns playing music together.

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Sensory Friendly Concerts: Two Cats

Saturday, 4 February, 2017 12:00PM

Seattle Symphony musicians and Board-Certified Music Therapist Michael Lauckner present the stunning and simple composition Trees by Daniel Dorff, written to accompany the poem of the same name by Joyce Kilmer. Through participatory group songs and a duet for clarinet and flute, we’ll explore what can happen when we take turns playing music together.

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Sensory Friendly Concerts: Two Cats

Sunday, 5 February, 2017 10:00AM

Seattle Symphony musicians and Board-Certified Music Therapist Michael Lauckner present the stunning and simple composition Trees by Daniel Dorff, written to accompany the poem of the same name by Joyce Kilmer. Through participatory group songs and a duet for clarinet and flute, we’ll explore what can happen when we take turns playing music together.

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Sensory Friendly Concerts: Two Cats

Sunday, 5 February, 2017 12:00PM

Seattle Symphony musicians and Board-Certified Music Therapist Michael Lauckner present the stunning and simple composition Trees by Daniel Dorff, written to accompany the poem of the same name by Joyce Kilmer. Through participatory group songs and a duet for clarinet and flute, we’ll explore what can happen when we take turns playing music together.

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