Bishop Gorman High School's Dolce Vita String Quartet performed for area students Tuesday as part of the Tyler Public Library's Symphony Stories program.
Homeschool students joined students from Caldwell Elementary School and Tyler Classical Academy to hear the morning concert.
The program, in cooperation with the Women’s Symphony League and Liberty Hall, is designed to introduce children to student musicians and the world of classical music.
Symphony Stories promotes the upcoming East Texas Symphony Orchestra Association’s family show, “Beethoven’s Wig,” showing at 7 p.m. Feb. 3 at Liberty Hall in Tyler. The family event features a multimedia show, led by creator Richard Perlmutter, who plans to present a concert of witty lyrics set to favorite classical melodies.
Tyler Public Library’s Symphony Stories is free and open to the public. No registration is needed for families to attend but groups are asked to make reservations. For more information, contact Linda Gray at 903-593-7323 or email@example.com.