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Welcomed by conductor Dr. Sergio Espinosa, they sit onstage, close enough to ask questions, learn to hear and see the families’ fight, the friar’s voice, the young boy and girl in Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture as the conductor introduces each one in music and AV’s

“First Tickets” – students arrive at the Irving Arts Center on school buses for a working rehearsal February 7, 2017, coming from IISD’s de Zavala Middle School.  Just beginning their own orchestra study as sixth graders, they’ll learn orchestra sounds, meet conductor and players and bring their families to a concert with a family pass.


Sitting a few feet from the orchestra, the sixth graders hear how music tells a story and learn first to watch the conductor!  They he orchestra, the sixth graders hear how music tells a story and  discover instruments they didn’t know...