Anythink gets Inside the Orchestra

Anythink invites community members of all ages to get an up-close look at an orchestra during a special performance by Inside the Orchestra on Saturday, May 9, at 10:30 am. This interactive concert, held at the Armory Performing Arts Center adjacent to Anythink Brighton, explores the relationship between the conductor and orchestra while featuring everything from Beethoven to current pop hits.

“We are so thrilled to be getting members of the Brighton community ‘inside the orchestra,’” says Shelby Mattingly, executive director at Inside the Orchestra. “The Armory Performing Arts Center is the perfect location for our programs, and we can’t wait to perform there for the first time.”

During the performance, audience members can take a seat in the middle of the orchestra and interact directly with musicians to learn more about their instruments and process. Inside the Orchestra will also be accompanied by opera singers from Central City Opera and dancers from Hannah Kahn Dance Company, making for a dynamic and exciting experience.

“The idea of experiencing classical music by literally sitting inside of the orchestra is something that could be so beneficial to a young person wanting to further explore music,” says Melody Costa, children’s guide at Anythink Brighton. “Inside the Orchestra’s mission of bringing music to children in an interactive and engaging way works harmoniously with what Anythink is all about – we try to bring experiences to our community that they might not otherwise have the opportunity to experience.”

Event Details
Inside the Orchestra
Saturday, May 9, 2015
10:30-11:30 am

Armory Performing Arts Center
300 Strong St.
Brighton, CO 80601

Join Anythink and Inside the Orchestra for an interactive concert and up-close look at an orchestra. Audience members will have the opportunity to sit in the middle of an orchestra while experiencing everything from Beethoven to current pop hits. This collaborative performance features opera singers from Central City Opera and dancers from Hannah Kahn Dance Company. This program is free and open to the public. All ages welcome.