One of our biggest embodiments of Arts Without Borders, our educational concerts open minds in the moment, and more importantly, long after they’ve left the building. The Sheldon introduces young people to jazz, folk, classical, blues and the American musical through engaging, one-of-a kind performances.
Just announced! Our Fall 2020 Educational Concerts are going virtual!
The Sheldon will offer live-streaming performances of our most popular concerts this fall, free of charge to both traditional and home schools, thanks to Emerson; World Wide Technology, Inc.; Steward Family Foundation; and many other generous donors.
Designed to be flexible and easily accessible, these 45-minute performances will feature some of St. Louis’ top musicians and educators and will stream live at each scheduled concert time. Performances will be available to registrants for two weeks following the initial air date, and teacher handbooks, including follow-up classroom activities, will be provided to guide teachers through each concert.
The status of winter/spring education concerts will be evaluated as the school year progresses, but the “Good Vibrations: The Science of Sound” program will take a hiatus during the 20-21 season, with the hopes of bringing a revamped program back for the 21-22 school year.
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