Want to introduce your children to the arts? Now is the time.
Wolf Trap has just made taking your family to performances more affordable with Young at Arts, a new accessibility initiative that invites families and caregivers to introduce children to the joy of the performing arts. For around the cost of taking your family to the movies you can now attend live performing arts events. Young at Arts allows ticket buyers to receive one free youth (17 and under) ticket for each accompanying adult ticket purchased.
Young at Arts makes it easier for families to connect with each other, create Wolf Trap memories, and develop the next generation of arts fans.
Young at Arts performances (in chronological order) include:
|Sun, Jan 12
||Will Liverman, baritone | Ken Noda, piano
|Fri, Jan 17
|Fri, Feb 14
||Paul Huang, violin | Danbi Um, violin | Orion Weiss, piano
|Fri, Feb 28
||Brentano String Quartet
|Sat, Feb 29
|Sun, Apr 5
||Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
|Sat, Apr 18
||Choir! Choir! Choir!
|Fri, May 1
||Arnaud Sussmann, violin | David Finckel, cello | Wu Han, piano
Most performances are paired with educational pre-performance discussions. Young at Arts performances, dates, times, and sections subject to change.
Young at Arts tickets are available online or in person at the Wolf Trap Box Office. Select tickets are available in-house in the rear orchestra and on the lawn. All tickets must be picked up at Will Call beginning two hours prior to the event and all parties must be present.
“Youth” are defined as 17 and under, and must be accompanied by a parent, adult, or other caregiver. All patrons, including infants, must be ticketed in order to access the Filene Center for any Wolf Trap performance. Not eligible on previously purchased tickets.