Concert with 35 guests
Group size preferred
Electrical outlets available
Age range of audience
17 or younger
Performance area size
Not an actual stage, but there will be ample space in the ballroom for the ensemble
We have studied: Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Handel, Dvorak, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Debussy & Stravinsky in class. Anything by any of these composers would be wonderful. The class would also enjoy hearing a contemporary piece and possibly something sacred.
Our event is from 6pm-10pm. You have time in that window.
We need a 45 minute concert for a homeschool group of high school students. The concert will conclude our Spring Protocol which includes students and parents attending an event in formal attire, photography, etiquette instruction, a sit down meal, an award ceremony and a concert to expose the students to a cultural experience. Our hope is to have musicians interact with the students, perhaps explaining the music selections or taking questions and answers. The classes have studied a history of classical composers in Western Culture History.
You are viewing
Classical Ensembles in Baton Rouge, LA
You can see and hear it now. You're walking down the aisle as harmonious sounds pour out of the violin, cello, and viola. Or maybe you'd prefer a trio of just violins, or possibly a combo of a flute, oboe, and viola. Well no matter the size of the group or the selection of instruments, you can find the perfect classical ensemble for your event right here! Strings, woodwinds, and brass instruments all paired together in duos, trios, quartets to create beautiful music for your listening pleasure. Find and book the perfect classical ensemble for your event. Search for Classical Ensembles in Baton Rouge, Louisiana above.
Please note that these Classical Ensembles may also travel to Port Allen, Brusly, Maryland, Addis, Baker, Avalon, Sunshine, Irene, Greenwell Springs, St Gabriel, Plaquemine, Erwinville, Zachary, Grosse Tete, Rougon, Glynn, Rosedale, Pride, Watson, Lakeland, Carville, Denham Springs, Prairieville, Jarreau, Duplessis, Geismar, Maringouin, Walker, Oscar, and Ventress.