Building a better Sacramento region, one note at a time…
The Sacramento Philharmonic offers innovative community engagement programs that have long-lasting impact, reaching thousands of young people and their families each year.
“Maestro in Motion”
Maestro Michael Morgan visits school music programs to share his personal musical journey, his approach to conducting and his passion for many kinds of music.
“Musicians on the Move”
Performances and tailored learning opportunities offered by various ensembles of Philharmonic musicians. Programs include: Peter & the Wolf by Prokofieff, Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saëns and Little Red Riding Hood by Kidwell.
“Guest Artist on the Go”
Virtuoso artists from around the country and the world spend time while in Sacramento visiting students to talk about their personal development as artists.
Philharmonic Master String teachers offer after-school violin lessons on a weekly basis to students of various ages. Lessons are fee-based with some scholarships available.
Link Up National
is a partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute to bring a year-long interactive music education program to 3rd-5th graders in underserved communities. This initiative is offered free to children in participating schools. Sponsored by Target and the NEA.
THESE PROGRAMS ARE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE SPONSORSHIP OF BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS THAT SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS TO BUILD COMMUNITY THROUGH MUSIC