IF YOU ARE BUYING TICKETS ON THE DAY OF A PERFORMANCE: YOU CAN GET TICKETS AT TABLE IN LOBBY OF CITY MUSEUM OR BY CALLING 314-436-7676
Catch the flying children! Circus Harmony presents its annual confluence of circus and music in their new show, Capriccio. This vaudeville based show features thirty fantastic flying children accompanied by the sensational Circus Harmony Band in a lively show with all new acts that will amaze and amuse the entire family.
The term "Vaudeville" is thought to have derived from the expression voix de ville which means "voice of the city". Capriccio features children from all corners of St. Louis. For this first time ever, this Circus Harmony production will include singing along with trapeze, juggling, wire walking and other feats of skill and daring. Come see and hear the most talented voices and bodies of St. Louis!
Location and Ticket Info: Capriccio will be presented at City Museum, in downtown St. Louis, January 19, 20, 26 & 27, 2013 Saturdays at 2 & 7PM and Sundays at 2 PM. Tickets are $15 for children and seniors and $20 for adults. Ticket price includes admission to City Museum. You must arrive at least 10 minutes prior to showtime to guarantee reserved seating.
Mission: Circus Harmony is St. Louis' social circus organization meaning they use circus arts to motivate social change. Circus Harmony offers classes for ages 5 and up in their home ring at City Museum as well as offering numerous outreach programs throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. They are the home of the internationally renowned St. Louis Arches youth circus troupe and Kellin Quinn, the reigning International Jugglers' Association champion. Circus Harmony helps people defy gravity, soar with confidence, and leap over social barriers, all at the same time. Don't miss this unique, exciting show!
Youth circus performers are available for media appearances. For more information call 314-226-3633 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Circus Harmony teaches the art of life through circus education. Circus Harmony uses circus arts to build character in individuals and to build bridges between communities. For more information, visit www.circusharmonyy.org Support for Circus Harmony has been provided in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, PNC Arts Alive, Regional Arts Commission, Missouri Arts Council (a state agency), Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation, Boeing Employee Community Fund, City Museum, Cardinals Care, Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation, Staenberg Family Foundation, DCA Family Foundation, Kranzberg Family Foundation, everydaycircus, American Youth Circus Organization, Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey, Cirque Du Soleil and donors like you.
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701 N. 15th St.
St. Louis, MO 63103