The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is excited to present the classic tale of Peter and the Wolf at White’s Chapel United Methodist church on Sunday, Jan. 17. Join Peter and his friends in the big green meadow outside Grandfather’s house as they try to outsmart – and catch! – the hungry wolf. FWSO Assistant Conductor Daniel Black and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra team up with special guests Kids Who Care, for a performance everyone in the family will enjoy!
Arrive early and experience the instrument petting zoo sponsored by Music and Arts. Children can see, hear, and touch the different instruments of the orchestra.Instrument petting zoo begins at 2:00 PM. Performance begins at 3:00 PM. Stay after the concert and enjoy treats provided by APEX Arts League! Tickets are $10 per person for youth and adult, and APEX members are $8.
Tickets may be purchased at the door, online at www.fwsymphony.org or by calling 817-665-6000. This project is supported in part by a grant from ARTS Council Northeast and the Texas Commission on the Arts.