First Symphony Performance

The Phoenix Symphony has a series of Saturday afternoon family friendly performances. It is a great way to introduce your kids to the symphony. Last Saturday we went to Tubby the Tuba. I chose this performance because there was an instrument petting zoo before the show. The boys loved getting to play some different instruments.

First symphony.
Ez and the saxophone

First symphony.
Noah getting some pointers

First symphony.
Ez and the clarinet, I don’t remember what made me laugh. Probably my adorably, silly little boy.

First symphony.
Showing Noah where to put his fingers

First symphony.
Ez and the violin. He has been “playing” the violin all week.

First symphony.
Noah playing the violin

First symphony.
serious boy

First symphony.
Noah loved the cello

First symphony.
Noah really thought the seats were fun

The boys sat pretty good for 4 year olds. A few more complaints then I would like, but overall good. Despite all the complaining and squirming Ezra did as if we could go back. On the way home I asked their favorite instruments. Ezra likes the Tuba and Noah the cello.

2 Replies to “First Symphony Performance”

  1. That is very cool! I like that they got to see and try all those instruments. 🙂 was that at gammage?

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