Fun Saturday morning adventures for kids 5-11! Family Musical Mornings are 45-minute kid-friendly concerts that engage and entertain young audiences, setting them on the path to a lifelong love of music. Be guided through the secret inner workings of the orchestra with a captivating, multimedia format as the Symphony is joined by singers, actors and dancers. Share the joy of music with your family and guarantee a season of music they’ll never forget!.

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Pacific Symphony Sponsors

This series consists of 4 performances.


Pacific symphony Halloween and Fabulous Fall Festivals

Halloween and Fabulous Fall Festivals

October 21, 2023

A celebration of the traditions, the magic and the fun that take place around the world during the fall: Halloween, Día de los Muertos, Mid-Autumn Festival, Diwali, and more. Dress in costume. Light a candle. Dance to the beat. Whatever your background, join the festivities and make memories to last a lifetime.


Pacific symphony Nutcracker for Kids!

Nutcracker for Kids!

December 02, 2023

Visions of sugarplums will dance in your heads after seeing Tchaikovsky’s delightful Christmas ballet performed in a condensed version created just for kids! This favorite concert finishes with a visit from Santa and our annual holiday sing-along.


Pacific symphony Carnival of the Animals

Carnival of the Animals

March 16, 2024

Experience composer Camille Saint-Saëns’ beloved children’s classic like you’ve never seen it before, with colorful and engaging puppets, captivating music, and playful storytelling. Join Puppet Artist Robin Walsh on a journey of imagination. Robin’s work has been seen at the Academy Awards, on Captain Underpants, SpongeBob SquarePants, and in Pacific Symphony’s Magic Flute, Opera for Kids!


Pacific symphony The Barber of Seville–Opera for Kids!

The Barber of Seville–Opera for Kids!

June 08, 2024

Don’t miss out on this fun-filled adventure! Join Figaro, the clever barber, as he helps the brilliant Rosina in her hilarious quest for true love. But is the object of her affections really who he says he is? Rossini’s thrilling opera is filled with catchy tunes, silly antics, virtuosic singing, and lots of laughs.