Prokofiev’s symphonic fairy tale
For generations, Peter and the Wolf has introduced children to the instruments of the orchestra. The genius of Prokofiev’s symphonic fairy tale is that it wears its learning lightly. Inspired music and compelling storytelling add up to a captivating experience and, along the way, you happen to learn the distinctive tone colours of the flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horns, strings and timpani. It’s time for the next generation of Tasmanian youngsters to come to know this classic!
In the storyteller’s chair is the charismatic Ryk Goddard; on the conductor’s podium is Chief Conductor and Artistic Director, Marko Letonja.
Recommended for children aged 6 and above.