The Louisville Orchestra Presents:
Teddy Bear’s Guide to the Orchestra
Part of the Yum Family Series
Saturday, March 26, 2011 • 11am • Brown Theatre
Jason Weinberger, conductor • Clara Harris, narrator
Free Pre-concert discovery activities, sponsored by Family Allergy & Asthma, begin at 10am in the lobby.
Grab your favorite teddy bear and join the Louisville Orchestra for an exciting journey introducing the orchestra and all of its parts through fun, kid friendly, classical music emceed from stage by our own giant teddy bear. Teddy bear themed pre-concert activities begin at 10am. Bring canned goods to donate to Dare to Care and be entered into a chance to win your very own Conductor Bear!
Jason Weinberger is Louisville Orchestra’s Resident Conductor and winner of the Bruno Walter Memorial Chair. He also holds the position of Music Director for the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra. For a full bio, visit www.jasonweinberger.com
Clara Harris is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and has made her home in Louisville for nearly a decade. Frequently seen in the company at Stage One: The Louisville Children’s Theatre, Clara is also a prolific essayist and playwright and is currently in production with her solo show, View from the Pews. Clara stays busy with projects onstage and on screen, as well as online. You can find out where she will be performing next, and check out her podcast, at www.claraharrisonstage.com.
The Louisville Orchestra entertains, educates and enriches our community through a broad outreach
of diverse programs built on the traditions of live orchestral music with passionate dedication to artistic excellence.
The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports the Louisville Orchestra with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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