Artistic Director and Conductor Peter Shannon created an adaptation of Mozart’s Magic Flute for children receiving care in the Dwaine & Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center. Performed monthly, the 20-minute comedic program brings smiles and laughter to the young patients, their families and caregivers. Members of Savannah Philharmonic Chorus and community volunteers perform, sing, dance, and frolic in professionally designed costumes to create a truly authentic production.
Following the show, each child receives a souvenir tiara and/or kazoo (flute), coloring book, and crayons. This imaginative presentation brings the power of joy to the healing process.
Family members of the children routinely express their gratefulness for the cheerful diversion during their difficult situations.
Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute
Savannah Philharmonic proudly works with Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute (ACI) to provide the free and highly-valued Integrative Medicine program. The Philharmonic’s professional musicians visit ACI three times per week, where they interact with and perform live music for patients, families and caregivers while treatment is being administered.
As the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra enters its Tenth Anniversary Season, it remains deeply commitment to providing world-class live music, music education and outreach programs that improve and enrich the lives of residents in the Savannah community.
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