Disney Children’s Concert & Instrument Petting Zoo – Raritan Valley Symphonic Band

Children of all ages are invited to the Raritan Valley Symphonic Band’s annual Children’s Concert on Sunday, February 2.  The performance will be held at Bridgewater-Raritan High School at 2 PM and admission is free. 

Conducted by John Hylkema, the theme of this one hour program is “Disney” and features music from some of the best movies of the modern era: “Star Wars”, “Frozen”, “The Lion King”, “Moana”, “Coco”, and other Disney classics.  

Immediately following the concert, all children are invited to visit the “Instrument Petting Zoo”, where they will have the opportunity to speak to the musicians and see and hear the instruments up close.  Each child will receive a passport to collect stickers for each instrument they visit.

For more information about the RVSB, please visit our website at www.rvsb.org.

Funding for this performance is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Somerset County Cultural and Heritage Commission.

Contact Information
  1. Donald Grossmann
  2. 908-359-3136
  3. RVSBPresident@gmail.com
Sun, February 02
2:00 pm — 3:00 pm
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Children of all ages are invited to the Raritan Valley Symphonic Band’s annual Children’s Concert on Sunday, February 2. The performance will be held at Bridgewater-Raritan High School at 2 PM and admission is free.

Conducted by John Hylkema, the theme of this one hour program is “Disney” and features music from some of the best movies of the modern era: “Star ...

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