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FUNharmonics family concert
'ZOG, THE BIGGEST DRAGON, WAS THE KEENEST ONE BY FAR. HE TRIED HIS HARDEST EVERY DAY TO WIN A GOLDEN STAR.'
We are delighted to present a live concert performance of Zog – the latest animated film from Magic Light Pictures, based on the witty storybook written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. Follow the adventures of the eager, but accident-prone young dragon, as the LPO performs René Aubry’s lively score to a big screen projection of the film.
On every FUNharmonics day, we invite our youngest audience members to join our friends from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. OAE TOTS workshops offer a magical, interactive introduction to music-making for children between two and five, sitting up-close to orchestral musicians and taking part with their parents and carers.
Workshops take place at 10.15am, 11.15am, 12.15am in the Level 5 Function Room, Royal Festival Hall – separate tickets required.
And there’s more…
From 10am on FUNharmonics concert mornings, there are free hands-on activities around the building linked to the concert theme. Children with a concert ticket and aged six and over can ‘have a go’ at different orchestral instruments under expert instruction, including a harp! As this event is extremely popular, and spaces are limited, we recommend arriving early to avoid disappointment and the longest queues.
FUNharmonics foyer activities are generously supported by Stentor Music Co. Ltd and Bell Music.