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Toronto Symphony Orchestra | Dan Brown’s Wild Symphony

March 3 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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One event on March 3, 2024 at 4:00 pm

$44

YOUNG PEOPLE’S CONCERT

Dan Brown, #1 New York Times best-selling author of publishing phenomenon The Da Vinci Code, has unleashed his latest surprise: Wild Symphony, the new illustrated children’s book and orchestral music recording by the writer himself.

From the joyous rhythms of “Bouncing Kangaroo” to the mysterious melodies of “Wondrous Whale” to the hair-raising harmonies of “Brilliant Bat”, the nearly two dozen movements of Wild Symphony correspond to an animal featured in the picture book. Wild Symphony reveals the author as a lifelong musician and composer who counts himself among those inspired at a young age by Peter and the Wolf, The Carnival of the Animals, and The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra. Featuring music produced by Bob Lord and PARMA Recordings and performed by the Zagreb Festival Orchestra, the orchestral recording is Brown’s first official music release since his writing career began. “My intent with Wild Symphony is to provide a fun, fresh opportunity for families, parents, children, and people of all ages to reconnect with the magical experience of classical music,” says Brown. Wild Symphony is a very wild symphony indeed, and offers a refreshingly real experience for children of all ages.

 

Ludwig Van

Details

Date:
March 3
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost:
$44
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.tso.ca/concerts-and-events/events/dan-browns-wild-symphony/

Venue

Roy Thomson Hall
60 Simcoe St
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2H5 Canada
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