Musical Adventures is the umbrella title for Concordia Conservatory's rich music offerings for young and elementary school aged children. In addition to the annual Community Holiday Musical, the Musical Adventures Concert series offers two additional delightful 45-minute Saturday-morning concerts which are programmed to educate and entertain. Produced and performed by Concordia Conservatory faculty. Listen, Learn and Laugh Out Loud, Right in the Neighborhood!

Greg Suss (writer and director), Jon Klibonoff (music director), Ana Dimas (choreographer), Eric Zoback (set design), and John Flanagan (light design)

Saturday, December 2, 2017  4:30pm & 7:00pm
Sunday, December 3, 2017  3:30pm

The North Pole is about to be shut down by a depressed Santa Claus.  A group of well-meaning angels turn to Mrs. Claus to help turn things around.  If she can find one child who understands the true meaning of Christmas - the North Pole will be saved.  Mrs. Claus appears before Arnold Bates and convinces him to take on the task - find the true meaning of Christmas to raise Santa's spirits and keep the North Pole going.  Arnold recruits his friends to help, and through a series of misadventures, they band together and discover the true holiday spirit. 

Saturday, February 3, 2018 11:00am — Sommer Center

Wolfgang Amadeus Schmutzinberry is about to start his next opus when the ensemble begins to criticize the fact that he has not included a meter or bar lines. He does not know what meter is or why it is important in music. His own piece slowly takes shape as he learns about accents, dance forms, duple/triple time and reviews the concepts of tempo, pulse, and rhythm.

by Rami Vamos & Matt Van Brink

Saturday, March 3, 2018 11:00am — Sommer Center

Henry wakes up in the morning with a song in his head. It’s cheerful enough, but after a while it starts to drive him bonkers! Join us for this one-act musical, performed by a Conservatory cast, as Henry's family and friends help him understand his humbug!

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