‘Alphabet’ Songs: Googler Orchestra performs benefit concert for youth music education program | New

Singer Brian Hinman, who performs with Chanticleer, will narrate Googler Orchestra’s performance “The Orchestra Games,” which introduces children to orchestral instruments. Courtesy music for minors via Facebook.

The Googler Orchestra, a symphony orchestra made up of Alphabet employees, interns and associates that formed in 2016, will perform a family concert to benefit the nonprofit Music for Minors on Sunday, November 6. at 4 p.m. at Gunn High School’s Spangenberg. Theater, 780 Arastradero Road, Palo Alto.

The 90-minute concert, which is recommended for audiences ages 5 and up, will include a performance of “The Orchestra Games”, which introduces children to orchestral instruments in the style of the Olympic Games, with “teams” in competition. (the different sections of the orchestra), narrated by vocalist Brian Hinman. Selections from “Carmen” will also be played.

Music for Minors is an organization that brings music education to local elementary school students. Proceeds from the event will be used to fund scholarships for underprivileged schools. Tickets are $10 to $25. More information is available at googlerorchestra.com and mfm.org.

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