Made possible in part by the Penny and Harold Blumenstein Future Audiences Fund

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's Educational Concert Series (ECS) has introduced students to classical music for more than 80 years. Each ECS performance is thematically designed to explore topics like science, history, and art through orchestral music. ECS performances take place in historic Orchestra Hall and are webcast for free via the Live from Orchestra Hall: Classroom Edition series. All ECS programs offer accompanying teacher resource tools to classrooms who purchase tickets or register to watch webcasts online.

ECS performances are recommended for students in 3rd through 8th Grade.

COVID-19 UPDATE:
During the pandemic, we are taking our Educational Concert Series performances completely virtual! Watch with your students from your classroom or from home, completely free. See below for our upcoming ECS webcast details.

Tuesday, December 8th, 2020 at 10:30am (webcast)

Celebrate Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday virtually with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra! Learn more about this iconic composer and listen to some of his most famous orchestral works.

*Virtual Teacher Workshop date to be announced!

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Live from Orchestra Hall: Classroom Edition

Watch the Educational Concert Series in your classroom or home. Register to stream a live webcast from any available concerts above, or enjoy a past webcast in our library of educational performances.

Watch Past Classroom Edition Webcasts

• Check Out Our Virtual Learning Resources, Including Past Teacher Resource Guides