Thousands of local students enjoy Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf

“We’re extremely proud of the new heights we’ve reached with our children’s concert series,” said Palm Beach Symphony Executive Director David McClymont. “This year, we presented six free sold-out performances of this stunning performance of Peter and the Wolf to some 4,000 students in the School District of Palm Beach County.

For the first time this year, we included a seventh performance that brought us to Belle Glade where we opened the show for public attendance at the Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center, allowing kids 12 and under to attend for free and share the experience with their families.”The November 8 performance of Peter and the Wolf at the Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center was made possible for students and families at New Hope Charities through the generous support of Mr. James R. Borynack and Mr. Adolfo Zaralegui of Findlay Galleries.

The Palm Beach Symphony Children’s Concert Series production of Peter and the Wolf was made possible by grants from PNC Arts Alive and Publix Super Markets Charities; and through support from The Paul and Sandra Goldner Conservatory of Music; and from Mrs. Lois Pope, sponsor of the Children’s Concert Series performances at The Society of the Four Arts.

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