String Thing, Live on Stage!

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Part of the National Symphony Orchestra’s Music for Young Audiences program, music, and mayhem take the stage for the return of String Thing, presented by Paul DeNola and Heather LeDoux Green, National Symphony Orchestra Musicians, from April 6-7, 2024. With DeNola on bass and LeDoux on violin, this comedic act is full of classical music, tricks, gags, and even “silence.”

Guests are also invited to enjoy the PLAYspace before each performance. The NSO Volunteer Council’s Musical PLAYspace offers little ones the chance to get up close and try out the instruments they’ll see on stage! Plus, the April 6, 2024, performance at 1:30 will also be followed by Creative Conversation, where audience members can hear directly from the show’s artists.

The NSO’s Music for Young Audiences program is a delightful series designed to introduce children to the joy and wonder of live music. Featuring the talented musicians of the National Symphony Orchestra, this program offers a variety of engaging performances tailored specifically for young listeners. Through interactive concerts and imaginative presentations, children are invited to explore the world of classical music in a fun and accessible way.


Apr 6-7, 2024

The Kennedy Center • Wash, DC (Map)


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