CLOSED [Giveaway] Peter and the Wolf with the San Antonio Symphony

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed.

Win tickets to Peter and the Wolf on April 13 with the San Antonio Symphony | San Antonio Charter Moms

The San Antonio Symphony is offering one more Family Concert in the 2013-14 season: Peter and the Wolf, on Sunday, April 13, 2014. The symphony has invited my family to attend and has given me a family pack of four tickets to give away. To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment: What is your favorite character/instrument combo in Peter and the Wolf? At the end of the day on Wednesday, April 9, I will randomly select one of the comments as the winner; the Symphony will notify the winner by email on Thursday, April 10, and your four-pack of tickets will be waiting for you at the concert on Sunday, April 13.

Peter and the Wolf, written by Sergei Prokofiev in 1936, introduces the sounds and instruments of the orchestra by associating them with characters in the drama:

  • bird = flute
  • duck = oboe
  • cat = clarinet
  • Peter’s grandfather = bassoon
  • wolf = French horns
  • hunters = woodwind theme
  • hunters’ guns = drums
  • Peter = string instruments (violins, violas, cellos, and double bass)

Prokofiev wrote a different musical theme for each character, and a script that explains the action. At the San Antonio Symphony’s concert, News 4 meteorologist Albert Flores will serve as the narrator; Akiko Fujimoto will conduct. Also on the program: 17-year-old Michael Villarreal, winner of the 2013-14 YOSA Concerto Competition, who will be playing the first movement of the Cello Concerto No. 1 by Dmitri Shostakovich. Cello at the Instrument Petting Zoo - San Antonio Symphony family concert | San Antonio Charter Moms The concert will begin at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 13, 2013 at Laurie Auditorium at Trinity University (map). It’s worth coming early: starting at 1:30 p.m., your kids can play in the instrument petting zoo, with symphony musicians on hand to help your children try instruments like violins, cellos, etc. The hallways will be lined with tables offering crafts, quizzes, and musical demonstrations. Symphony mascot Count Bassie will be out and about and posing for pictures with fans. Learn more about the pre-concert activities in this earlier post about the Halloween family concert and this earlier post about the holiday family concert.

Count Bassie, San Antonio Symphony, YOSA concerto winner Michael Villarreal cello, Instrument Petting Zoo | San Antonio Charter Moms

Clockwise from top left: Count Bassie, San Antonio Symphony, YOSA winner Michael Villarreal, instrument petting zoo activities

Individual tickets are $16 for adults and $8 for children. Order online at sasymphony.org, call the Symphony box office at (210) 554-1010, go through Ticketmaster, or buy tickets at the door.

You may also want to mark your calendars for May 11, 2014: DISCOVER Schubert “The Great”. The DISCOVER series concerts are designed for introducing classical music to new audiences. Read more about the February concert, DISCOVER “New World” Symphony, in this earlier post; also, here is F.T.’s review Win tickets to Peter and the Wolf - San Antonio Symphony - April 13, 2014 | San Antonio Charter Moms If you would you like to enter the giveaway for a four-pack of tickets to the San Antonio Symphony family concert Peter and the Wolf, please leave a comment: What is your favorite character/instrument combo in Peter and the Wolf? The winner will be notified on Thursday, April 10, and the tickets will be waiting for you at the concert on Sunday, April 13. Good luck!

Disclosure: The San Antonio Symphony gave me tickets for my family to use at the concert, and four tickets to give away.

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18 Responses to CLOSED [Giveaway] Peter and the Wolf with the San Antonio Symphony

  1. Hunters – woodwinds.

  2. Melissa D says:

    Wonderful! We had such a great time at the holiday concert…I think my 5 year old would really enjoy Peter & the Wolf! (I haven’t heard it since elementary school, so a refresher would be nice!) My favorite instruments are the clarinet and french horn.

  3. Bridget Dominguez says:

    I remember going to see this concert as a young child and my favorite character/ instrument was definetly the wolf – French horns.

  4. I don’t recall ever watching this as a kid, so I don’t have an answer to, “What is your favorite character/instrument combo in Peter and the Wolf?” We’d love to take our 2 oldest musician sons to find out. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

  5. Tasneen says:

    Do you know the name of the violinist featured on the picture above? Our kids went to school together from 2-5 and were BFF’s. They had invited us to Peter and wolf and had a great experience. My son is learning to play violin and would love to connect with the family again. My son would enjoy peters theme played by stings the most. the Favorite character/ instrument is violin.

  6. Veronica says:

    my fave combo is the cat – clairnet! Sounds like a great show!

  7. YLEANA VLAUN says:

    I like the duck and the oboe.

  8. Linda Russi says:

    The birds and the flute…..

  9. colleenpence says:

    My favorite is duck/oboe. My kids have always been fascinated by Peter and the Wolf. We’d love to attend!

  10. Dianne Cruz says:

    The bassoon is my favorite in Peter and the Wolf.

  11. M. Diedirchs says:

    We love the wolf and french horns!

  12. David says:

    My favorite is Peter’s grandfather / bassoon. Have a great time!

  13. Mrs. Landreth says:

    I love the wolf/French horns. Beautiful sound! My son loves all the strings/Peter.

  14. Tricia says:

    I love Peter and the strings!

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