Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra

Musical Stories Family Concert

Andrew Grams, Conductor

Andres Grams Family Concert

Stude Concert Hall at Alice Pratt Brown Hall

Cost: Pay-what-you-wish tickets starting at FREE

General admission seating

Perfect for all ages, this hour-long family friendly concert features selections from Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade. Meet the instruments and Shepherd School student musicians in the Grand Foyer outside of Stude Concert Hall before the concert at 10:30am.
Following the concert, take a 5-minute walk to the Moody Center for the Arts for more family friendly fun. Use shaving cream and watercolor to create a marbled masterpiece and explore the captivating exhibition by Hayv Kahraman, The Foreign in Us. Lunch options from Lemond Kitchen will also be available for purchase on the Moody terrace from 12:00-2:00pm. Learn more about this fun post-concert activity!


Rimsky-Korsakov: Selections from Scheherazade


Andrew Grams

With a unique combination of intensity, enthusiasm and technical clarity, American conductor Andrew Grams has steadily built a reputation for his dynamic concerts, ability to connect with audiences, and long-term orchestra building.  He’s the winner of 2015 Conductor of the Year from the Illinois Council of Orchestras and has led orchestras throughout the United States including the Chicago Symphony, Detroit Symphony, National Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Dallas Symphony, and the Houston Symphony.


Stude Concert Hall at Alice Pratt Brown Hall