PBO greatly enjoys having school groups participate in our programming. If you are interested in bringing a school group to a PBO dress rehearsal, or Young People’s Concert, don’t hesitate to contact us for further information; call 503-222-6000.
PBO in the community
PBO is dedicated to equitable access to the arts, that’s why we participate in programs like Arts for All, host Young People’s Concerts for families and youth groups, and are continually expanding our partnerships and collaboration with local schools and organizations to bring PBO to the larger Portland community.
If your organization is interested in partnering with PBO or if you have a group that would benefit from access to our programs please don’t hesitate to call us at 503-222-6000.
Young People’s Concert
Young People’s Concerts are fun, educational, interactive presentations of baroque music suitable for the whole family. Typically an hour long, Young People’s Concerts feature musical selections chosen from a concert program in the current season. Members of the orchestra share interesting information in a fun way to highlight the performance. At the end of the concert everyone has a chance to come forward, ask questions, and explore the instruments. We’re often not sure who is having more fun, the kids or their parents!
Young People’s Concerts are open to the public, to school groups, youth groups—to anyone who wants to learn more about music. They are also a great way to introduce young children to the music you love and to the excitement of a live performance.
Upcoming Young People’s Concerts:
November 19, 2016
Young People’s Concert – Handel Organ Concertos for Young People
Alexander Weimann, Director and Organ | Portland Baroque Orchestra
Alexander Weimann, director and keyboardist, and a dad himself, leads PBO in a special version of the November Handel Organ Concertos program designed with young listeners in mind. Fun, educational, and interactive, PBO’s hour-long Young People’s concerts are baroque music highlighted with details that are interesting for the whole family.
Saturday 3:00 PM First Baptist Church