Kids to Concerts (KtC) is a free educational engagement program that introduces children to cultures from all over the world through folk music and dance from in their very own schools, as well as virtually. These interactive performances by high caliber artists were the first of its kind in the San Antonio area and is regularly praised by schools and educators alike. 

SEASON 2021-2022

Kids to Concerts will be a hybrid format this school year, with a mix of live in-person school concerts and virtual concert productions sent online. Currently only virtual concerts have been confirmed below.

EXPLORATION OF UKRAINE | October 2021 (Virtual)

Musician and luthier Jurij Fedynskyj teaches Ukrainian music and culture all the way from his small village, with help from Maria, Nadija, and Nina.


A special Kids to Concerts production prior to the release of the upcoming film of the same name, which is slated to release for schools in late 2022.

THE GREAT CHINA EXCURSION | March & April 2022 (Virtual)

The Wuxi Song and Dance Theatre of China will amaze students with lavish dance, costumes and culture!

THE AUSTIN TROUBADORS | March & May 2022 (In-Person)

The Austin Troubadours are an international group of instrumentalists and singers whose mission is to revive the beauty of musical masterpieces from Medieval and Renaissance Europe, founded by Serbian lutenist Slobodan Vujisic.


“I can’t thank you enough for bringing Entreflamenco to Redland Oaks.  The students couldn’t stop talking about it the next day. Please feel free to contact me for anything you need in the future!” ANISSA PAVEL (MME, AOSA Certified) Redland Oaks Elementary
“Our kids LOVED the concert! They were so excited to tell me all the things they learned; and I was so excited to know that they remembered specific details of the performance. One live concert is worth far more than the best dvd!” RITA SHORT (Music Specialist) East Terrell Hills Elementary
“The Flying Balalaika Brothers came to Huebner in the fall- they were great! I asked them to play “Birch Tree” for our 5th graders since we had learned it in class. Great experience!!” REBECCA JUAREZ (Music Teacher) Huebner Elementary
“Again, thank you for contacting me. The experience was amazing!” LISA DE LEON (Fine Arts Teacher) Rayburn Elementary
“I have had many teachers tell me how much they enjoyed it and how much the students have been talking about it. The students I have had today have told me they loved it and how “cool” they thought it was.” TARA MAYORGA (Music Teacher) Herff Elementary
“Thank you so much for coming to our school!! the students loved it.  we have the thank you letters ready & ill put them at the front office.  see you next year!!” JEFF WICKER Howsman Elementary
“In all the years I have been here at Regency (nearly 30) this was the most informative presentation about country, culture and the manner of which other children enjoy listening to music.  This was a WOW moment: real live EDUCATION.” ANONYMOUS (Teacher) Regency Place


Partner Schools

In the school year of 2019-20, Musical Bridges Around the World brought Kids to Concerts to more than 50 Partner schools in the Bexar County and surrounding areas, at no cost each participating school. Many of the students impacted by this program do not have the opportunity to travel outside their neighborhood, much less their city. Kids to Concerts brings the world to students, putting a face on the news and current events that they may hear about on TV or in school, but may not relate to in their personal lives. These performances not only create appreciation for music in our children but also cultivate our audience of tomorrow.

Devine ISD

  1. Devine Intermediate School

Houston ISD

  1. Texas Connections Academy

Northeast ISD

  1. Bulverde Creek Elementary
  2. Colonial Hills Elementary
  3. Pre-Kinder Academy at West Avenue
  4. Redland Oaks Elementary

Northside ISD

  1. Burke Elementary
  2. Carson Elementary
  3. Elrod Elementary
  4. Fisher Elementary
  5. Forester Elementary
  6. Kuentz Elementary
  7. Leon Springs Elementary
  8. McAndrews Elementary
  9. Murnin Elementary
  10. Passmore Elementary

San Antonio ISD

  1. Advanced Learning Academy
  2. Ball Academy
  3. Bonham Academy
  4. Fenwick Elementary
  5. Herff Academy
  6. Huppertz Elementary
  7. JT Brakenbridge Elementary
  8. Lamar Academy
  9. Pershing Elementary
  10. Riverside Elementary
  11. Woodlawn Elementary
  12. Young Women’s Leadership Academy-Primary

South San ISD

  1. Athens Elementary
  2. Benavidez Elementary
  3. Five Palms Elementary
  4. Hutchins Elementary
  5. Kindred Elementary
  6. Palo Alto Elementary
  7. Price Elementary

Southwest ISD

  1. Big Country Elementary
  2. Bob Hope Elementary
  3. Elm Creek Elementary
  4. Hidden Cove Elementary
  5. Indian Creek Elementary
  6. Kriewald Elementary
  7. McAuliff Middle School
  8. McNair Middle School
  9. Medio Creek Elementary
  10. Scobee Middle School
  11. Sky Harbour Elementary
  12. Spicewood Park Elementary

Charter Schools

  1. Kipp Esparza Academy
  2. School of Science and Technology High School
  3. School of Science and Technology- Alamo Ranch
  4. School of Science and Technology- Discovery



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Request a Kids to Concerts Performance

Please contact our Caleb Gonzalez, Director of Educational Outreach, at or 210-317-3505
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Texas Commission on the Arts
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Texas Commission on the Arts


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