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EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH > Foster New Audiences

The Pavilion Partners, the official volunteer organization of The Pavilion, has an Instrument Petting Zoo located in the North Plaza before most performing arts events at The Pavilion. Guests are able to see, hold, and play numerous musical instruments. It’s a great chance for children to experience new instruments and learn more about the sounds they will be hearing at the performance that night. Guests are invited to join in on the fun in the North Plaza before taking their seats and enjoying the performance of the evening. All activities are free and open to the public.

Click here to watch guests learn to play new instruments at The Pavilion.




Arts & Crafts

The Pavilion Partners also offers a variety of arts and crafts activities before most performing arts events at The Pavilion. Some past activities include hat-making, face painting, and various other crafts themed off of the event. Guests are invited to join in on the fun in the North Plaza before taking their seats and enjoying the performance of the evening. All activities are free and open to the public.

Click here to see children enjoying these fun activities.




pavilion talk

Noted music scholar and former college professor Ira J. Black leads discussions prior to most peforming arts events in the North Plaza at The Pavilion including those of the Houston Symphony, Houston Ballet and Texas Music Festival Orchestra. Free and open to the public, Pavilion Talk offers insight into the evening's program and an increased appreciation for the depth of the performance on stage.

Are you a fan of Ira Black and Pavilion Talk? Join the Ira Black Fan Club to receive information about his upcoming performances at The Pavilion and inside information. Email Courtney Galle to join the mailing list.

Click here to see a clip of Ira Black discussing a symphony performance at The Pavilion.

 children's festival

Children's Music Festival

Children’s Festival is a four-day event designed to educate and entertain elementary and intermediate school students through a fascinating lineup of storytelling, music, dance and audience participation.

It showcases award-winning performers with a diverse assortment of performances, including puppetry, music, dance, theater, and the beauty of sign language and humor.

While acts entertain, they also incorporate important educational lessons into their material. Teachers’ curriculum guides are available from all artists to help integrate performance content with language arts, social studies, history, arts and music curricula. The Festival is a four-day event. The weekdays are strictly devoted to school field trips, while the weekend is open to the public.

Click here for more information about Children's Festival.

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