The Class Act Program with The Pacific Symphony

The HVPFO pays for HV’s students to participate in The Pacific Symphony’s Class Act Program.  Through the Orange County Pacific Symphony, Class Act works to increase awareness of and involvement with symphonic music for elementary school students, their families, and educators.  Class Act has been selected as one of the nine most exemplary music education programs in the United States by the League of American Orchestras and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Each year, students form a relationship with a new Symphony musician who serves as a “Class Act teaching artist,” through activities including classroom lessons, ensemble performances, and assemblies.  All activities feature the music of the Class Act Composer of the Year.

Teacher Workshops, given on-site at school, foster high quality classroom instruction and offer curricular materials designed to enhance the objectives of the program. Dedicated volunteers from each school form the backbone of the program.

After assemblies and classroom workshops Class Act will culminate in the Class Act Family Night, the Youth Concert 1st-6th Grades Field Trip, an interactive performance with guest artists on-site for kindergarteners, and HV’s BRAVO Assembly.

This years musician is Andy Honea, Flute and John Wiliams “Symphony at the Movies”.

Thank you to Glenda Bobko, Kitty Atarod, and Piper Sherwood who coordinate with the Pacific Symphony on our behalf to make this possible!

Important Dates:

Family Night on Wednesday, April 15 from 7:00-9:30pm in the MPR

Bravo Assembly on Wednesday, May 20 from 10:30-12:00 in the MPR