Arts in the Garden: Peter and the Wolf Family Concert

Experience Prokofiev’s classic tale about an adventurous boy and a hapless wolf. Instruments portray the duck, bird, cat, wolf, hunters, Peter and his Grandfather, making this a wonderful introduction to the orchestra, as well as a charming story.

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Sat, July 31
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Add to My Calendar 07/31/2021 10:00am 07/31/2021 12:00pm America/New_York Arts in the Garden: Peter and the Wolf Family Concert

Experience Prokofiev’s classic tale about an adventurous boy and a hapless wolf. Instruments portray the duck, bird, cat, wolf, hunters, Peter and his Grandfather, making this a wonderful introduction to the orchestra, as well as a charming story.

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