Hallowed Haunts: Music Appreciation for Kids

| October 20, 2008 | 2 Comments

By: Jen Khatchatrian

October 20, 2008 – The Chicago Symphony Orchestra as you have never seen it!

Imagine Orchestra Hall decorated head to toe with Halloween decorations, music to the tune of Spiderman, Harry Potter and ET and your little one perfectly delighted while subliminally making the connection between culture and entertainment. Is this the perfect beginning to your child’s love of music and the arts? Absolutely!

Children young as 5 years old are welcomed into Symphony Center for the Hallowed Haunts family celebration on October 25 to enjoy the sights and sounds like a real grown up. Arrive in costume and enjoy the pre concert family activities!

After your adventure, don’t forget to pop into the Symphony Store to bring home a little of the magic for the younger kids, sustain the memories of their first visit to a Chicago landmark and foster a love of music that will last a lifetime.

This is an Original ChicagoMomViews.net article.

Jen Khatchatrian is co-editor of ChicagoMomViews.net and the blogger aka The EcoChic Organizer. Jen contributes weekly to Chicago Moms Blog and 5 Minutes for Going Green.

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Category: Art & Leisure

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Head Chicagonista, Co-host of the Chicagonista LIVE! show, Lead blogger for TheChicagoMoms.com, and Co-Founder of Women Driving Excellence. MJ is also the annual host of SocialRevUp - Brands & Bloggers Summit (#bbsummit) attended by about 200 professional high-profile bloggers nationwide. Follow MJ on Twitter: @mjtam

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  1. kristen says:

    wow! this sounds so great. What a wonderful way to expose children to the symphony in a form they can recognize. thanks for the info.

  2. Jen Khatchatrian says:

    I will post Day of Music details too when the CSO opens its doors to all ages for music appreciation. We have had Dan Zanes come to entertain the kids (and adults!!) Love him!!

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