CSU Children’s Concert to be held at National Infantry Museum

PianosaurusCOLUMBUS, Ga. – Columbus State University Schwob School of Music students will present a free concert for children and families Sunday, September 28, at 5:00 p.m. in the Grand Hall at the National Infantry Museum.

This fun and fast-paced concert is designed to expose youngsters to music and instruments, and to instill a desire to learn more. They’ll discover how to make noise without the aid of electronics. Classical music will be offered in an entertaining way – jazz students will perform The Pink Panther and two voice students dressed as cats will meow their way through Rossini’s “Cat Duet.” Pianosaurus, a brightly dressed and friendly mascot, will sing and encourage kids to participate.

The free concert is for any age; even babies are welcome!

The concert is the result of a partnership between the Schwob School of Music and the National Infantry Museum, aimed at providing additional opportunities for families to experience the community’s cultural offerings.