NSO In Your Neighborhood: Family Program and Instrument Petting Zoo

Mt. Pleasant Library

NSO In Your Neighborhood: Family Program and Instrument Petting Zoo

Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, 10 a.m.

Bassist Paul DeNola and violinist Heather LeDoux Green take a break from the NSO to introduce young audiences to some of the greatest music ever written. You’ll never hear a word out of them during the concert, but with instruments in hand and a trunk full of gags, this “silent” comedic tag-team presents a hilarious program of music and mayhem. Stay after the program for a musical instrument “petting zoo”. 

This program will be located in the Children's Room on the 2nd Floor. 

This year's National Symphony Orchestra In Your Neighborhood Series focuses on Shaw and Columbia Heights. Other NSO In Your Neighborhood programs happening with DC Public Library include: 

DCPL Presents on Full Service Radio 
Mark Evans (cello), Charles Nilles (bass) will perform live in studio and NSO General Manager, Genevieve Twomey, will discuss the In Your Neighborhood program. 
Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 2 p.m. 
Listen at dcpl.fullserviceradio.org

Hans Kindler and the NSO: a discussion 
Patricia O'Kelly (NSO), Ted Libbey (writer) and Maggie Gilmore (librarian) 
Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 6:30 pm 
Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Neighborhood Library 

View the complete NSO In Your Neighborhood schedule here
All events are FREE and open to the public.