OriginO Kids Concerts
Five-concert subscription package for $84 child / $133 adult. All concerts Sundays at 2pm at the Orpheum. Pre-concert talk at the Orpheum at 7pm. Call the VSO Box Office at 604-876-3434 to book your tickets.
Come early for Instrument Play Zone and activities in the Orpheum lobby starting at 1pm supported by Tom Lee Music.
October 6, 2019
VIVALDI’S RING OF MYSTERY
Vivaldi, Venice and violins: all three are celebrated in Vivaldi’s Ring of Mystery. The story follows a gifted young orphan named Katarina, who is sent to study music at the great Pietà orphanage in 17th century Venice under the tutelage of composer Antonio Vivaldi.
November 3, 2019
ORCHESTRA FROM PLANET X
The future of Earth Music hangs in the balance! Two aliens have descended on the concert hall with their own ideas—and inventions — for influencing “Earth Music.” The resulting program brings important musical concepts to life in a sci-fi thriller featuring an outstanding program of North American composers and music.
February 9, 2020
Watch this space – concert to be announced soon.
March 29, 2020
RHYTHM IN YOUR RUBBISH
Magic, music and wonder abound as two friends find themselves in a junkyard one night and explore hidden sounds that live all around them. A saw plays a duet with a cello. Bottles and flutes interweave in a beautiful serenade. Pots, bowls, horns and even sandpaper transform into instruments as the pair waltz and play among the discarded treasure. Rhythm in Your Rubbish is a commission of the National Arts Centre Orchestra.
May 24, 2020
LEMONY SNICKET — THE COMPOSER IS DEAD
There’s dreadful news from the symphony hall—the composer is dead!
If you have ever heard an orchestra play, then you know that musicians are most certainly guilty of something. Where exactly were the violins on the night in question? Did anyone see the harp? Everyone seems to have a motive, everyone has an alibi, and nearly everyone is a musical instrument. There’s a mystery to be solved in the orchestra, and the suspect is still at large! Text by Lemony Snicket, Music by Nathaniel Stookey.