This French concert will take children on a classical music adventure

The performance is meant to engage and entertain children four and above…

You can never be too young to start appreciating good music – so Le Concert Impromptu is here to provide you and your little loved ones with a unique, fun-filled introduction to live classical music perfect for children.

Le Concert Impromptu, featuring Yves Charpentier on the flute, Violaine Dufes on the oboe, Jean-Christophe Murer on the clarinet, Astrid Arbouch on the French horn, and Pierre Fatus on the bassoon, has been captivating audiences worldwide, from Paris to Jakarta, since 1991. This is your chance to experience their mesmerising performances right here in Saudi Arabia.

Le Concert Impromptu

This weekend, as part of Europe Month, they will perform an hour-long concert on the theme of tales and animals, narrated by wind instruments, for children and their parents.

The French Concert for Children introduces children aged four and above to the rich variety of instruments and sounds of the symphony. Members of the Le Concert Impromptu will play samplings of works, which provide the soundtrack to fun, interactive stories.

There are two concerts scheduled: Thursday May 2 at the Saudi Music Hub in Riyadh and Saturday May 4 at the Saudi Music Hub in Khobar. Tickets to see the French Concert for Children cost SAR95 per person. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, and everyone attending the performance, including the little ones, must have a ticket.

Who knows you could be looking at the next Mozart in the family… so, get your tickets now.

French Concert for Children, May 2, 7pm to 8pm, Saudi Music Hub Riyadh & May 4, 6pm to 7pm, Saudi Music Hub Khobar. Suitable for children four years and above. SAR95 per person (including children). Get your Riyadh tickets here and the Khobar tickets here. @alliancefrancaise_ksa

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