LSM Newswire

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Cleveland Orchestra presents The Fancy Flute Musical Rainbow concerts on February 12 and 13 in Severance Halls Reinberger Chamber Hall

Cleveland Orchestra flute and piccolo player Mary Kay Fink will be featured in program

PNC is new sponsor of the Musical Rainbow Series
CLEVELAND, January 14, 2010 Cleveland Orchestra flutist Mary Kay Fink will introduce children ages 3-6 to The Fancy Flute in the February 12 and 13 PNC Musical Rainbow concerts, held in Severance Halls Reinberger Chamber Hall.  Local actress and singer Maryann Nagel hosts the 30-minute, age-appropriate programs, which include narration, demonstration, short solo selections, and audience participation.  Biographical information on Ms. Fink follows at the end of this release.
This season, as part of its Grow Up Great initiative in Cleveland, PNC is sponsoring the Musical Rainbows Series for preschoolers as well as a wide range of other activities and programs designed to give very young children A Great Early Start in the Arts.  PNC Musical Rainbow programs introduce very young children to the instruments of the orchestra, one at a time. 
Friday, February 12, 2010 at 10:00 a.m.   SOLD OUT
Saturday, February 13, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Reinberger Chamber Hall at Severance Hall

PNC Musical Rainbow:  The Fancy Flute (ages 3-6)




The PNC Musical Rainbow Series is endowed by the Pysht Fund.

TICKETS:  $7 for adults and children; general admission
To order tickets by phone, call (216) 231-1111.  Tickets are also available online at

PARKING For PNC Musical Rainbow concerts at Severance Hall, Standard Parking provides parking in the underground garage adjacent to Severance Hall at a special Rainbow Concert rate of $4.50 per vehicle.  Clearly marked school buses and vans may park for free on the west side of East Boulevard.  Metered parking is also available on some side streets near Severance Hall.

The Cleveland Orchestras PNC Musical Rainbow Series is part of a broad array of educational programs designed to foster a love of music and a lifetime of participation in the musical arts. Other programs include Cleveland Orchestra Family Concerts for ages 7 and up, Cleveland Orchestra Education Concerts (which bring more than 25,000 school children to Severance Hall each year), the Learning Through Music school partnership program, Concert Previews and Music Study Groups for adults, and several programs to nurture aspiring young musicians (Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra, Youth Chorus, and Childrens Chorus). For more information, call the Orchestras Educational and Community Programs Department at (216) 231-7355.



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