Peter and the Wolf
That was wonderful. I can’t believe how engaged the kids were for the entire time, and we have at least 30 student behavioural problems in the school!
Lori Burley, Principal, Tillicum Elementary School, Victoria
It was very good for the children to see the dramatic effect of music with a nice mix of words and drama …loved the live music…narrator had a strong, clear voice…animal costumes were fun!
Charles Dickens Elementary school Teachers, Vancouver
The students were very engaged throughout the entire performance….They loved it….Perfect duration and easy to follow…. Great miming! …Fantastic musicians! …Amazing!
Doncaster Elementary School teachers, Victoria
Length of Show: 45 minutes
Best Grade Suitability: K-6
Educational Value: Musical knowledge, Cultural enrichment, Literacy
Requirements: Piano if available (can provide keyboard if not)
Study Guide is available upon request
Know-Do/ Inquire-Understand Chart for Peter & the Wolf: download here
Click here to view the printable flyer.
Cost: $600 (Please note: A limited number of shows are available at a 40-50% discount from a grant subsidy)
Excerpts from Peter and the Wolf:
West Coast Chamber Music is a well known series in Vancouver presenting classical concerts of chamber music for 20 seasons. It has presented a variety of children’s concerts and workshops over these years at its home venue of the Unitarian Church of Vancouver, as well as other community venues. Some of these productions have been toured in elementary schools in the region.
West Coast Chamber Music is a registered charity.
Interview PART 1 of 4 on Vancouver’s COOP radio show, “It Takes a Village”.
WCCM’s Holly Duff and Ross Curran discuss their “Peter and the Wolf” show, storytelling and music.
With special guest Rosemary Crane.
Taped live and broadcast on August 2, 2012.