The Palm Beach Opera Young Artists performed a great show for students at Wellington Landings Middle School on Dec. 12. Each year, Concerts in the Classroom, a Palm Beach Opera program, sends singers out to tour schools in Palm Beach County to allow students to experience opera first hand. Students learn what it takes to make a career in the classical music world. Performers on Dec. 12 were Brooklyn Snow (soprano), Sam Hinkle (baritone) and Cory Battey (pianist and coach). The performers sang selections from Mozart’s Magic Flute and Gilbert & Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance. The students in the music department at Wellington Landings look forward to this event every year.
We love coming out to your school every year and are proud of all of Palm Beach Opera’s educational programs. The program referenced in this article, Concerts in the Classroom, is one of Palm Beach Opera’s most loved program, serving more than 2,000 students every year. This program, independent of any program that Kravis Center offers, is available to public, private, charter, and homeschools. You can contact our Education & Community Engagement Manager, Dr. Jourdan Laine Howell, with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to coming back next year!
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