A Free Sunday Evening Summer Series

Bringing Stories to Life Through Music

Upcoming performance:

August 12: Join BCM & LOS in Brower Park as part of our One Crown Heights neighborhood festival!

The Little Orchestra Society (LOS) and Brooklyn Children’s Museum have partnered for a Sunday evening music series titled Bringing Stories to Life Through Music, designed to excite and engage children, parents and caregivers. Taking place on Sundays in July and August, each session will connect literature with musical creativity, giving children the opportunity to experiment with new ways of self-expression – singing, playing simple instruments, and creating sounds to represent ideas and familiar stories.

Using music as a common language can help unlock and enhance a love of reading and storytelling. Children will also develop a deeper understanding of diverse communities and cultures that are the focus of this summer-long program.

Brooklyn Children’s Museum is proud to offer free admission to all visitors between 5:00 – 7:00pm every Sunday night as part of Bringing Stories to Life Through Music.

Dates & Times

July 8: 5:15 – 6:00pm and 6:15 – 7:00pm
July 15: 5:15 – 6:00pm and 6:15 – 7:00pm
July 22: 5:15 – 6:00pm and 6:15 – 7:00pm
July 29: 5:15 – 6:00pm and 6:15 – 7:00pm
August 5: 5:15 – 6:00pm and 6:15 – 7:00pm
August 12: Join BCM & LOS in Brower Park as part of our One Crown Heights neighborhood festival!


About The Little Orchestra Society

The Little Orchestra Society/Orpheon, Inc., now celebrating its 71st Anniversary Season, performed its inaugural concert at The Town Hall on October 20, 1947, and has since been devoted to performing innovative concerts of classical music for both adults and children. The Orchestra performs dynamic repertoire using multiple art forms with a variety of artists to create meaningful musical experiences for today’s audiences. LOS serves all members of the community through unique concerts supported by music education and community engagement programs for audiences of all ages. Last season, LOS reached nearly 30,000 New York City area children, adults and seniors, of whom, nearly 5,000 attended concerts free-of-charge through the Orchestra’s music education and community engagement programs. These transformative initiatives not only welcome thousands of participants to LOS concerts, they also inspire audiences to make classical music and concert-going a lifelong pursuit.