Sydney Symphony Orchestra Presents Thum Prints

  • Sun Sep 16 2018
  • Preschoolers
  • From: $39.00

Introduce your kids to the wonder of music with 'Thum Prints' - a fun family concert by Sydney Symphony Orchestra this September!

Tom Thum, the man with the orchestra in his mouth, fronts the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in a concert that will leave you amazed.

Beatboxer Tom Thum wowed audiences at TEDxSydney in 2013. (The video from that presentation is approaching 60 million views.) Armed with just a microphone, this magnificently talented dude produced an inexhaustible vocal inventory of glorious and weird noises, not to mention some favourite classical tunes. Now, teaming up with composer Gordon Hamilton, he’s taken it to the next level, smooshing together the sounds of a real-life orchestra with all the surprising possibilities of beatboxing.

Kids Musical Activity Zones
Arrive in the hour before the 2pm concert and your kids can explore the foyer of the concert hall to learn about the instruments from the musicians in the Kids Activity Zone. They might try their hand at composing, beat percussion instruments, discover some unusual instruments or join the mobile orchestra? And they can return to these activities after the concert as well.

Don't miss the last show of the year in the Family Concert Series - The Happiness Box – 4 November.

Where:    Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House
When:     16 September 2018. Kids Musical Activity Zones from 1pm; Concerts at 2pm
Cost:       $39/person, allocated seating.


For more information about Thum Prints, visit the website.

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