Come enjoy “Maybe, a Mouse,” an original children’s story featuring audience participation and musical accompaniment by members of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. Created by MSO principal oboist Joseph Salvalaggio, Babu Press performances use classical music to help kids develop an appreciation for the arts and foster a love of reading. The performances are entertaining for audiences of all ages, from toddlers to adults.
This performance features MSO musicians Barrie Cooper (violin), Mark Wallace (cello), and Joseph Salvalaggio (oboe) and will be narrated by Todd Berry.
About “Maybe, a Mouse”:
When the lights go down on a lonely toy maker’s workshop all of the toys are just starting to wake up for play time, except for one little wind-up mouse named Maybe. While the other toys play, she dreams that one day she might become a real live mouse. Little does she suspect the danger and adventure that await her on her path to mouse-dom. This story of the transformative power of kindness is set to the music of Dvorak, Wagner, Rimsky-Korsakov, Humperdinck, Dukas, and original music by oboist, Joey Salvalaggio.