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The Symphony Music Van Program:
Book Your 3rd Grade Classroom Visit Today!
Introducing the instruments of The Symphony to students at an early age, the award-winning Music Van program visits over 40 schools in the greater Santa Barbara area each year. This unique program gives 3rd grade students a hands-on experience that sparks interest in taking up an instrument. This FREE program is made possible by Symphony donors. Our Music Van Video produced during COVID is also available to any school and classroom free of charge.
Music Van students:
- Learn about each of the instruments that make up a symphony orchestra
- Watch how each instrument is played and hear its sound
- Learn how to produce a sound on each instrument
- Get inspired to play an instrument!
The Symphony Youth Ensembles program:
Winter Concerts on February 24 & 25!
As the only youth orchestra program in the region connected to a professional symphony and a college, the Symphony’s multi-level Youth Ensembles present a unique learning opportunity for young musicians to develop their skills and connect with music and each other.
WINTER 2024 CONCERTS
Camerata Ensemble & Philharmonia Orchestra
Saturday, February 24 @ 3:00 PM
First Presbyterian Church Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Youth Symphony
Sunday, February 25 @ 4:00 PM
The Lobero Theatre
Stories behind the music
Ted Nash Transformation Featurette
More than ever before—your support makes our impact possible
At the heart of the Santa Barbara Symphony’s mission lies our goal to be an indispensable partner to our community, providing enrichment through inspiring concerts, music education programs, and access for everyone. A tax-deductible donation helps keep the music playing in Santa Barbara!