WIN! KSO Presents: Beethoven Lives Upstairs

This giveaway brought to you by the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra.

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The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra is a Family Favorite 

As a parent, one of my goals was to expose my children to many diverse experiences – including the arts. I knew how to check other experiences off the list, but I struggled with how to get them involved and exposed to age-appropriate classical music. Luckily for me, when our family moved to Kalamazoo, I learned about the Family Discovery Series offered by the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra (KSO).

The KSO offers performances tailored for children and families. This Family Discovery Series provides children not only a fun and unforgettable musical experience, but also interactive pre-concert activities such as Meeting the Conductor and an Instrument Petting Zoo.

Performances are in the afternoon and ticket prices for the Discovery Series are affordable, only $5. 


Beethoven Brought to Life

Beethoven Lives Upstairs will be held at the Chenery Auditorium. The production features an exchange of letters between a child and his Uncle about a “madman” who moved into the family above their home, all with the music of Beethoven. This production will feature Daniel Brier as the Conductor.

More Details about the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra

Tickets can be purchased here or by calling the Miller Auditorium box office at 269-387-2300.

Individual tickets are only $5 each with one show only on September 30, 2018 at 3:00 PM.

Make sure to arrive early for pre-concert activities: 2:00 PM with Instrument Petting Zoo & Meet the Maestro at 2:40 PM.

Enter to WIN

The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra is giving away a family 4-PACK of tickets to see Beethoven Lives Upstairs on September 30, 2018 to one lucky reader!

There are two ways to get entries for a chance to WIN by commenting on THIS article. Facebook comments do not count for entries. 

1: For a first entry, leave a comment below telling us your favorite musical instrument.

2. Get a second entry by “liking” the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra Facebook page and leave a separate comment telling us you did so. (Note: Only comments on this article will be counted for this giveaway.)


This giveaway will close on September 13, 2018 at midnight and the winners will be notified via email. The winner will have 24 hours to respond by email accepting the prize. No purchase necessary to enter the contest. Leaving a comment on this blog post is not a requirement of entry. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You are providing your information to and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used to enter the contest and notify winners. Entrants will release Facebook from all liability. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and reside in Michigan. Only one entry per household or IP address. Entrants may also enter the contest by sending an email to win at grkids dot com containing their name, address, phone number and email address along with the words: KSO Presents: Beethoven Lives Upstairs Giveaway in the subject line. Grand Rapids Kids’ liability is limited to the value of the prize.

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55 thoughts on “WIN! KSO Presents: Beethoven Lives Upstairs”

  1. My favorite instrument is the accoustic guitar!
    My husband’s is the Banjo
    4.5 year old loves the drums ans so does his 2.5 year old brother!

  2. My favorite instrument is the guitar. My husband plays it for our 10 month old and she loves it too!

  3. My son’s favorite instrument is a tie between guitar and ukelele. ?

    I also have “liked” the KSO Page ??

  4. My kids have this show memorized! They’d love to see it! And They also both love the ukelele 🙂

  5. My favorite instrument is the piano. I love listening to my kids play. We also love the KSO shows and the kids can’t wait for the instrument petting zoo!

  6. It’s impossible for us to pick just one favorite instrument! We particularly love the violin, flute, piano, ukulele, and trombone, though.

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