Mozart's Missing Memory
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is preparing to premiere his latest composition with the Omaha Symphony. Disaster strikes when an accident during rehearsal causes Mozart to lose his memory! With the concert only moments away, students team up with the Maestro and the orchestra to rush to Mozart’s aid, teaching him about how to be a composer. Together, they learn about pitch, tempo, dynamics and accompaniment to help Mozart complete his work.
Mission Imagination combines a child’s love of storytelling with the power of symphonic music in an up-close and playful setting. The program’s dynamic format puts kids in the center of the action, making them active participants in their own learning. Help Mozart find his memory and finish the concert. The show must go on!
Iowa Schools should register for the IWCC dates through the Arts Center. Please call 712-388-7140 for more information.
"It is so important for young people to see and hear a live orchestra who might not have had a chance otherwise. The students always enjoy the concert!"
"I bring my students every year. It is a really entertaining way to reinforce concepts and experience a live orchestra!"
-Iowa Kindergarten Teacher
Designed to address the following standards:
Nebraska Standards for Education, Music: FA 2.4.2/2.4.3, FA 5.4.2/5.4.3
Iowa Core Fine Arts Alignment, General Music: 1,2,5
More Mission Imagination Anytime, Anywhere
Head over to our Virtual Classroom where we've stocked up on Digital Concert recordings of past concerts. These free resources are ready when you are to supplement your field trip and reinforce concepts in your curriculum.