Each February, the Savannah Philharmonic offers two Young Person’s concerts for area students in collaboration with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute. The Link-Up Young Person’s Concerts are presented after students study a three-month curriculum provided by Carnegie Hall in their music classes. This curriculum includes learning the recorder flute, singing an array of melodies and songs, composing musical works, and learning music history and biographical information about various composers. After the curriculum is fulfilled, students get to join the Savannah Philharmonic for their “debut” performance, playing their recorder flutes alongside our very own Philharmonic musicians! This program showed successes for both students and teachers, as they were able to take music education to the next level, and display in-concert all of their hard work for their friends, family, and the Savannah community to see!
Youth Concert: Link Up – The Orchestra MOVES
Date: Thursday, February 11, 2021
Venue: Lucas Theater for the Performing Arts
First Performance: 10:00 AM
Second Performance: 12:00 Noon
Individuals Donors (listed alphabetically):
Amy and Chad Brock, Bess and Nate Brunson, John Rooney Bryan, Lila and Dale Critz, Judy Feedham, Nina Gomples, Lyn and Kent Gregory, Joe Herring and Jenny Long, Austin Hill, Cynthia Heil, Robert Hudder, Kevan Jackson, Joan Kaster, Richard Kessler, Diana Langer, Marek and Pamela Lewanda, Venessa Lott, Josh Lotz, Kathleen McGuire, Cinday and Richard Moore, Jere Myers, Samir Nikocevic and Charles Taylor, Arthur Peagler, Chris Poe, Cindy Prutzman and Gordon Taylor, Regina and Rick Roney, Melissa and John Paul Rowan, Sue and Ira Ruby, Paige Sarvis, Gale Singer, Philip and Cathy Solomons, Steve Stevens, Susan Timna.