Young People's Concerts™
Part of growing up in New York since 1924
Young People's Concerts 2014–15: Super Sonic Music Box
Imagine a music box that plays something different every time you open it—a doorway into sounds you’ve never imagined and melodies you’ll never forget. Imagine the orchestra itself as a chameleon of infinite colors, a composer as a wizard transforming the sounds around us, and yourself as the greatest transformer of all, making meaning of everything you hear. Discover the super sounding music box that is the New York Philharmonic.
Each season, the Young People's Concerts™ take a different approach to explore fundamental musical concepts and the cultural history of classical music. Over the four-concert series, children discover pieces from the entire repertory down to the newest works, while experiencing the inner workings of a major orchestra in a captivating, multimedia format.
Listen to the "Melody Transformed" podcast | Read the TuneUp! program.
Listen to the "New York Transformed" podcast | Read the TuneUp! program
Listen to the "Orchestra Transformed" podcast | Read the TuneUp! program
Listen to the "Dance Transformed" podcast | Read the TuneUp! program
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The hall comes alive! From the moment families enter the Grand Promenade until the Philharmonic tunes up, they will be able to engage with the Orchestra—in person, through live performance, and via digital media. Make your own special connections to the Philharmonic and get ready for a great concert!
1:00 PM on concert days
FREE — available to Young People's Concerts ticketholders only
Subscription prices range from $48 to $152*. Subscribers receive a CD of music from the series, in advance of the first concert.
Or call Customer Relations at (212) 875-5656. Our Customer Relations department is open
Monday–Friday 10am–6pm; Saturday 1–6pm; Sunday 12–5pm.
*an additional $10 per subscription order for processing
With Deep Appreciation
MetLife Foundation is the lead corporate underwriter for the New York Philharmonic's Education Programs.
Additional support from The Theodore H. Barth Foundation.