Music in Space

We are gearing up for our Tiny Tots: Outer Space concerts in October and November! It’s going to be out of this world! It has us thinking about music in space. Did you know that many astronauts love to make music? It’s true! Some of them have even taken instruments with them into space. Astronaut Kjell Lindgren took his bagpipes with him.

Astronaut Cady Coleman took her flute to the ISS and even played a duet with Ian Anderson (of Jethro Tull!)

And that’s not all! Many astronauts have brought their instruments to space, including a didgeridoo, piano keyboard, guitar, Native American flute, and more!

Sound needs an atmosphere to travel through, meaning that there is no sound in outer space…so all those move explosions aren’t actually possible! However, there is plenty of sound, and even music, on the International Space Station!

We hope you’ll join us for Tiny Tots: Outer Space Oct. 14-Nov. 7 at locations across the Denver Metro area. Click here to find out more!

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