The last of two Free Family concerts for ages three to eight will explore music from the time of Leonardo Da Vinci.
Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and neighbors scoop up the children and bring them to this musical morning featuring the instruments that were forerunners of the instruments we know today, such as the sackbut, oud, crumhorn etc. Afterwards the children are invited to come on stage to get up close and personal with the performers and their instruments.
Free admission. There is no need to make a reservation.
Parking is available in the open air lot north of the History Center and entered from New York Street. Parking tickets will be validated at the reception desk.
Phone: 317 577 9731