Peter and the Wolf

Come with us on a musical adventure as the Paducah Symphony Orchestra performs Peter and the Wolf. Written by Sergei Prokofiev, this well-known masterpiece uses narration and instrumentation to portray the exciting and compelling story of Peter and his animal friends.

The Peter and the Wolf concerts will feature an appearance by the 2015-2016 Secondary School Division winner of the PSO Young Artist Competition.

Show Date: Friday, November 4, 2016 – 9:30am & 11:30am
Ticket Prices: $6
Age Range: Grades 2-6

For reservations, visit the Carson Center’s Class Acts Order Form.

*The first ten schools that reserve seats for a minimum of 50 students will receive a visit at their school from one of the Paducah Symphony Orchestra’s Musical Ensembles.

Free Workshop: Back by popular demand! The Instrument Petting Zoo offers hands-on fun with instruments. Students have the opportunity to get up-close and personal with the orchestral instruments they will see professionally played on stage. Each instrument is given a brief introduction and demonstration as participants move around several “stations” for the opportunity to see, hear and play the instruments. It’s a fun and educational program that teaches how vibration becomes sound and sound becomes music. Reservations are required for this 30-minute free musical experience, which will take place in the Myre River Room both before and after the Peter and the Wolf performances. After making your show reservation, please contact Mary Katz, Carson Center Director of Education, to reserve a time for your students. Space is limited.