Summer Solstice Festival 2010 | Children's Concert

The Edmonton Chamber Music Society


Summer Solstice Festival 2010
Children's Concert

For students Grades 2 – 6

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
10 AM
and 11:15 AM
Convocation Hall
U of A Campus

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The Edmonton Chamber Music Society’s Summer Solstice Festival brings outstanding musicians from across North America to perform three concerts in June. This year’s Festival offers to elementary school students, Grades 2 – 6, the opportunity to experience the intimacy and immediacy of chamber music in a special concert for children.

Artists will perform two works; Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals and Peter Schickele’s The Emperor’s New Clothes. These delightful works introduce young audiences to the sound and personality of string, wind and percussion instruments and engage them in the dynamics of musical narrative.

There will be two performances of the 45-minute program.

Drop-off and Pick-up of School Groups
School bus drivers are advised to the use the ETS transit area immediately south and west of HUB to drop off and pick up school groups attending the Children’s Concert on June 16, 2010.

At 114 Street and 87 Avenue, proceed north along 114 Street to 89 Avenue and turn right to enter the Restricted Access area reserved for buses. Follow the bus route to the Transit Centre, where children and teachers may be dropped off and picked up. To exit the Restricted Access area, turn south along 112 Street, back to 87 Avenue.

On-Campus Parking of School Buses
Limited complimentary bus parking is available in the designated Bus Parking area between Jubilee Auditorium Building West and Lister Centre East . Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Alternatively, drivers may choose to park their buses off-campus at the nearby parks; Emily Murphy Park or Hawrelak Park.

Private Vehicle Parking
See the University of Alberta website for complete information on visitor parking.
Lot “U” is recommended for events at Convocation Hall. Rates for surface lots are $2/half hour; rates for carparks are $2.50/half hour.

Disabled Access
Two parking stalls on the west side of the south end of the Arts Building have been reserved for vehicles carrying passengers with limited mobility. The nearby entrance offers access to an elevator to Convocation Hall.