About ASO Tuneful Tales
Children and adults can experience the magic of the performing arts at “Austin Symphony Orchestra’s Tuneful Tales” (formerly Children’s Day Art Park), held June – July at the Central Library. This exciting summer program features an ASO ensemble each week. Youngsters can enjoy making percussion instruments, they can visit the Instrument Zoo where they can see, touch and play the instruments; talk to Symphony musicians and hear them play their instruments; sing and clap along with the star of the show.
Directly below is the last set of four videos from the 2020 virtual “ASO Tuneful Tales.” There is a “Welcome” video from local storyteller Bernadette Nason. The next two videos are the classic story of “Sleeping Beauty” narrated in English by Bernadette Nason and en español by Jacob Rivera. The music portion of the story is performed by ASO violist, Alex Smith. The last video is “Creativity Corner.” In this video, Allison Liu will recite a short poem and compose a soundscape to go with it.
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