OAE Tots: The Apple Tree
Friday 30th January, 10.30am
Live from Ushaw College

A fabulous opportunity to introduce two to five year olds to the world of orchestral music! The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment will perform ‘The Apple Tree’, accompanied by an actor and Makaton signer:

A friendly old apple tree, and the source of a tasty, juicy snack! But a month later, the tree is bare. Icicles suddenly appear, followed by leaves, then blossom, and then birds and bees. But will there ever be any more juicy apples to eat?

Learn about the changing seasons through a mixture of Baroque and folk music, and meet the magnificent instruments of the orchestra. This concert is designed for two to five year olds and has received rave reviews from families.

It is the first time we have live-streamed to an early years audience and we look forward to welcoming early years settings, as well as families, to tune into the concert.

To tune in, simply visit www.connectresound.live/watch on 30th January at 10.30am and you can watch live.

Our broadcasts are delivered via YouTube so test out one of our past broadcasts in advance to be sure that there are no settings on your system which prevent access. If you need any assistance, please contact us at info@nymaz.org.uk.

Presented in partnership with Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Orchestras Live, Durham and Darlington Music Service and Ushaw College.