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Young People’s Concert

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Tuesday • March 26 • 12:00 pm
Lyman Center for the Performing Arts 501 Crescent Street
New Haven, Connecticut (CT) 06515

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The orchestra performs on a stage in front of a large screen showing colorful lights in motion

This performance is a field trip opportunity for students in an educational setting. For information about the public offering of this program, click here.

Meet the orchestra! This interactive program designed for kids will show off all the cool sounds that an orchestra can make. The 50-minute concert program will include:

Bizet: “Toreadors” from the opera Carmen
Montgomery: Starburst
Dvorak: Wind Serenade
Dukas: Fanfare from La Peri
Bernstein: “Mambo” from West Side Story
Harberg: Prayer
Peck: Thrill of the Orchestra

The Performers

New Haven Symphony Orchestra
Chelsea Tipton, II, Principal Pops Conductor

Click Here to View and Download the Teacher's Resource Guide

Tickets & Registration

Students: $7
Chaperones: Free

For questions and to sign up your school’s program, class, or homeschooling group, please email engagement@newhavensymphony.org.



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  • Accessibility

    Ramp & Door Access

    The Lyman Center is equipped with push-button access, outside as well as inside the main vestibule. There is a wheelchair ramp to the right of the stairs leading up to the doors nearest to the theater.

    Seating Options

    There are accessible seating options along the back row of the front sections. These seats have swing arms and space considerations for wheelchairs or service animals. There is also companion seating available. Please refer to the seating chart to find these seats or inquire about these options when contacting the box office or email access@newhavensymphony.org.


    Parking at the Lyman Center is complimentary for NHSO concerts. The parking lot is accessed from Crescent Street. There are ADA-reserved spaces near the entrance to the Lyman Center. Patrons are also encouraged to drop off and pick-up directly in front of the venue entrance.

    For additional convenience, valet parking is also available to purchase in advance. More information coming soon.

    Public Transportation

    There are stops on the 243 at Wintergreen Ave and Farnham Ave, at Fitch Street and Wintergreen Ave, and at Fitch Street and Crescent Street. Each stop is equidistant to the Lyman Center (about 0.3 miles). Guests may access the Lyman Center from Crescent Street or by using pedestrian walking paths opposite of Wintergreen Ave on Fitch Street. Both paths are wheelchair accessible.

    There is a pedestrian overpass that goes over Fitch Street near the Wintergreen Ave intersection. Please note that the Fitch Street entrance to the overpass has steps, but wheelchair users may access it on Wintergreen Ave. There is also a street-level crosswalk with curb cuts for those who get dropped off on Fitch Street.

    Click here for a comprehensive map of the 243 bus route.


    There are ground-level, gendered, multi-stall bathrooms on either side of the auditorium at the Lyman Center. The restrooms are labeled according to gender. We invite patrons to use whichever restroom best corresponds with their gender identity.

    Sensory Related Accommodations

    Sensory kits and earplugs are available at all of our concerts. Patrons can also request to borrow ear defenders for the duration of the concert. To obtain a pair, see a staff member.

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