Enjoy Music At Home With Your Kids
Social distancing may be keeping us from the concert hall, but you can still enjoy great music at home.
We've put together a series of activities based on our previous OrKIDstra concerts to keep you and the kiddos engaged. Each features a music recommendation, a hands-on activity, and stimulating questions.
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RSA at Home: Carnival of the Animals
Take a musical tour of the animal world when Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck join the conductor Michael Tilson in 'Carnival of the Animals'.
RSA at Home: Christmas Carols
Discover how classical composers use famous Christmas carols in their music.
RSA at Home: More Music of the Olympics
Explore more music created for the Olympic Games across the last 125 years.
RSA at Home: Mother Goose Suite
Discover the musical colors of Mother Goose's fairy tales as you and your kids enjoy these magical stories.
RSA at Home: Music of the Olympics
Explore music created for the Olympic Games across the last 125 years.
RSA at Home: Peter & the Wolf
An animated version of 'Peter & the Wolf' brings characters to life as instruments, encouraging you and your little ones to engage with music in a fun and untraditional way.
RSA at Home: Scheherazade
Any 'Aladdin' fans out there? This at-home activity is based on stories from 'One Thousand and One Nights', the same book which gave us Jasmine, Abu, and Rajah!
RSA at Home: Star Wars Suite for Orchestra
Do you love Star Wars? We do, too! Let's learn how its iconic music helps tells one of the most popular stories ever with Leitmotivs.
RSA at Home: The Planets
The Planets is an orchestral suite in which each movement portrays one of the planets in our solar system. Find fun videos, insights, and engaging questions to discuss with your kids.
RSA at Home: The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
Learn about the instruments of the orchestra with Benjamin Britten's playful musical variations.
RSA at Home: Why Do We Write Classical Music?
Classical music is written for all kinds of different reasons. Discover some of the more popular occasions a new piece of music might be composed in our new kids' activity.