Family Series: New Scotland

Concert Information

Featuring
Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser, conductor
Shannon Quinn, fiddle
The Rising Tide Irish Dancers
Symphony Nova Scotia

An afternoon of dance, fiddle, and fun awaits as Symphony Nova Scotia explores the Gaelic heritage of our great province. Experience jolly jigs and reels, lilting laments, and live step-dancing in this fun, feisty kitchen party!

We welcome children on the autism spectrum and their parents. Our family shows are designed to be participatory, relaxed, and informal. We encourage children to be active and involved in our orchestral performances. Vocalizations, movements, and taking breaks are part of the fun!

Registration is free for families with children. Seating is first-come, first-served.

REGISTER FOR ALDERNEY LANDING:

REGISTER FOR PIER 21:


Please note: this program will also take place on January 15 at the Halifax Central Library as part of the Berkeley Seniors’ Concert Series! Click here to learn more.


Talk to us!

Do you have questions or comments about our education programs? We'd love to hear from you. Please contact:

D'Arcy Gray
Education and Community Outreach Coordinator, Symphony Nova Scotia
902.403.7197
outreach@symphonyns.ca