In-School Programming for Metro Denver Schools
The repertoire and approach to learning that Inside the Orchestra maintains are designed to support and enhance the school curricula. All of our programming is interactive and carefully designed for the age and stage of your students.
Pop-Up Recess Programs
Bring music to recess with our interactive pop-up trio programs. These 20-25 minute programs are designed to get kids moving, listening, dancing, and pretending with ensembles. Led by a musician who will introduce each piece, these programs are a great way for kids to experience live music safely and in new and fun ways.
In-School Small Ensembles
Students will interact with a teaching artist and musicians as they are guided to move and react to the music, answer questions and prompts about what they’re hearing, and think creatively and critically about the composers and the music. Program options include single or multi-visit options, adaptable based on public health guidelines and needs of the school.
Full-Scale In-School Assemblies
A 14-16 piece professional orchestra experience for K-8th grade. The audience is seated on the floor and surrounded by professional musicians. The conductor faces the students and engages them throughout the performance, asking questions and teaching them about the music as it is playing around them. Students are treated to up-close-and-personal demos by the strings, woodwinds, horns, and percussion. Scripting is designed to not only introduce musical concepts but to tie to the curriculum that children are studying in other subjects.
Currently on pause due to COVID-19. Stay tuned for updates.
Free Online Resources
From at-home and online musical games to curated playlists; full activity guides on a variety of themes and subjects to educational and fun videos to teach kids about the world of music and performing arts. Explore all there is to offer. You can search by age of the child, type of activity, and find the perfect activity for you and your students to engage with remotely and when you’re back in the classroom.