Community Music Day at Crowden School is Back - 510 Families
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Community Music Day at Crowden School is Back

Community Music Day is Crowden’s annual musical carnival for all ages. Join Crowden and the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra online for a musical morning at a free, on-campus event in North Berkeley.

When: Sunday, March 20
RSVP:  Free tickets must be reserved for one of three timeslots: 10am to 12pm, 11am to 1pm, or 12 to 2pm

Every year, The Crowden School opens its real-world door to the community for a day filled with free hands-on music experiences for children. This year will be modified from the traditional version, with a hybrid event for those who prefer to stream at home and in-person activities for those who wish to join.

Crowden Community Music Day
Crowden Community Music Day, a long-standing tradition, will be modified for safety this year

The Crowden School is located on Rose Street and Sacramento Street in Berkeley.

Crowden - Child trying violin
String instruments will be available for children to try

Here’s what to expect:

Instrument Petting Zoo: This gigantic Zoo is waiting for you to try an instrument or two… or six! Try all the different instruments of the symphonic orchestra to receive a very special prize. There are even miniature violins and cellos for tiny hands and fingers!

Very First Concerts with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra: What does that little stick do! in which the role of the conductor is explained. (Repeat performances at 10:45am, 11:30am, & 12:15pm for families with kids age 0-7)

Musical performances for all ages throughout the day

Class demonstrations

Instrument making

Music sale

This event is free, however, due to popular demand, free tickets to Very First Concerts will be issued at Community Music Day on a first-come, first-served basis.

Visit the Crowden website to learn more >

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