Your Inside Scoop | April 2022
Last Chance for Science of Sound!

We have a few spots available for the last performances of Tiny Tots: Science of Sound tomorrow, April 30th, at the McNichols Building.

Science of Sound is a truly unique musical experience, giving kids a chance to hear orchestra music live and in-person, and to learn and experiment with how sound is made. You'll get demos by individual instruments, wacky musical experiments, and - of course - beautiful music.

You are cordially invited to a party three years in the making.

All proceeds benefit Inside the Orchestra's music education programs, which bring music to children in Denver, throughout Colorado, and now around the world.

This is a party you won't want to miss. Keep your eyes and ears open all night long for games, activities, and entertainment that's curiouser and curiouser than you can imagine.

Food by Y.Lo Epicure, beer by Strange Craft Beer Company, cocktails by The Family Jones, wine from Rasa Vineyards, and a wonderland of entertainment from Circus Foundry and Lionel Young.

Friday June 10th | Mile High Station | 6-10PM (5:30 for VIPs)
What's next for Tiny Tots
One of the June programs is already full!
June 2022: Experience Tiny Tots: Music of the World live and in-person, surrounded by our 30+ piece orchestra and guest artists El Javi, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and Cleo Parker Robinson Dance. Go on a musical journey all around the world, with music from Denmark, Peru, Scotland, Spain, the United States, and more. Don't miss out on these unique and expansive programs.
August 2022: Meet the Instruments will all be outdoor events, including our first concerts at Chatfield Botanic Gardens! Move, shake, and dance your way through an orchestra party - with highlights from each orchestra family, unique instruments, opportunities to sing and play along (don't worry, no instruments required!), and a fun mix of new and familiar music.
We are committed to equity and access in the orchestra space.
Need discounted or free access? Request it here.
Fun with Music
Creativity in Action

Need a little creativity boost for your Friday? Enjoy this truly unique performance from 2017. Ben Folds composes a piece live with the National Symphony Orchestra and conductor Edwin Outwater during Sound Health in Concert: Music and the Mind. Using prompts from the audience, they make a new piece of music in real time!
Percussion Trivia

This week's music trivia came straight from the stage at Boettcher Concert Hall. Watch this quick video and test your percussion knowledge.

Find music trivia every Tuesday on our TikTok and Instagram stories.
Playlist: Songs for Spring

Here's a list of songs that speak to the joys of spring. A selection of orchestral classics, modern cellists, folk songs, and more. 

Find our full playlist library on our website or follow us on Spotify to get the latest updates.
Musical Games

For a quick musical activity, check out our hidden instruments game. Move your flashlight around to find the instruments as you hear them. As you get closer, the sound will get louder! Beginner and advanced levels available. All of our musical games are available at no cost on our website. Check them out here.