The Toy Symphony

 

THE TOY SYMPHONY
Cassation in G major for toys, oboe, horns & strings

Music by Leopold Mozart (formerly attributed to J. Haydn)
Production design & direction by Sara Valentine

DESCRIPTION
Squeaks, tweets, rattles and honks!!  Really Inventive Stuff brings you Professor Tympanium van Hammer zee Trumpeterclangor, a whimsical Austrian sound scientist, who travels the world with his amazing acoustical laboratory but needs your help to complete the melody of Mozart's The Toy Symphony. Come prepared to play along as the audience becomes the missing instrument.

RUNNING TIME
11 minutes

ARRANGEMENTS AVAILABLE
full orchestra, chamber ensemble - or - wind quintet

 
 
 

THE AMAZING TOY SYMPHONY DEVICE
Richmond Symphony Orchestra (2011)

 
 

UPCOMING PERFORMANCES
Temple Symphony Orchestra
March 3, 2018 | 7:30pm
March 4, 2018 | 4:00pm

PAST PERFORMANCES
Allentown Symphony Orchestra
Annapolis Symphony Orchestra
Charlotte Symphony Orchestra
Delaware Symphony Orchestra
Des Moines Symphony Orchestra
Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra
Hartford Symphony Orchestra
Illinois Symphony Orchestra
James Madison University
Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra
Newark Symphony Orchestra
Kansas City Symphony
Montpelier Wind Quintet
Richardson Symphony Orchestra
Richmond Symphony Orchestra
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra
Salisbury Symphony Orchestra
Seattle Symphony
Symphony in C  [2017]
Symphony in C  [2011]
Texarkana Symphony Orchestra
Univ. of Delaware Chamber Orch.

 
 

Really Inventive Stuff's production of Mozart's The Toy Symphony premiered in 2011
at Powell Hall with Maestro Courtney Lewis and the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra