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Interactive concerts that share the fun & fundamentals of symphony music

These early-age performances are scaled to engage preK-3rd grade students while providing an introductory overview of orchestral instruments and music. Storytelling themes are often used to sustain the interest and attention of this young audience throughout these 35-40 minute performances. KinderKonzerts are held at various locations throughout Maine and New Hampshire and are performed more than 50 times per season.

If you are interested in hosting a KinderKonzert at your school please fill out our request form here.

Request a kinderkonzert

Don’t think a live KinderKonzert is a possibility for you this year? Email PSO Director of Learning and Community Impact McKenzie Blanchard for information on different resources that are available to you at mblanchard@portlandsymphony.org or call (207) 773-6128 x166.

Thank you to our Rehearsal Venue Partner, Portland Conservatory of Music

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THE 2024-25 SEASON


Individual tickets available for sale on June 17.



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Bring your class to a youth concert

This year’s Youth Concert will feature a performance of Carnival of the Animals: Remix, an engaging and reimagined version of Saint-Saëns’ famous work. Featuring local artists including a rapper, a Native American flute player, and an erhu player, this interactive daytime performance is perfect for all elementary students (K-4).

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