Children's Classic Concerts,
46a Fortrose Street,
G11 5LP UK
0141 334 8500


Children’s Classic Concerts provides children and families with a unique, fun-filled introduction to live orchestral music. From the mind-blowing power of the symphony orchestra to hands-on workshops in your local arts venue, our performances are designed to entertain and inspire.

What’s on

Acorns to Oaks – Seeds of Sounds

We’re off to The Hidden Gardens on the 28th May to enjoy some music, nature and the usual CCC shenanigans! Find out more about this FREE day of workshops and concerts here.

Peter and the Wolf

CCC's Wind Quintet present a unique and exciting performance of 'Peter and the Wolf'.

Latest News

I’ve never seen volunteer hands go up so quickly for audience participation. Who could resist having a go at something that sounds so exciting and looks so much fun? Their rapport with the audience was instantaneous, their enthusiasm infectious.


…every year the Children’s Classic Concerts people can be relied upon to bring the little bit of Christmas magic that gets the snowball rolling.


It [is] a hoot if you’re already an established music lover but, more importantly, it’s an accessible and fright-free way to introduce kids to orchestral music for the first time.


...vital to Scotland’s musical heritage.


Owen and Olly have dressed up, messed up (intentionally) and had a blast introducing the Royal Scottish National Orchestra to young audiences.


With your support we can continue to introduce children and families across Scotland to the wonderful world of music for many years to come.

Stay in touch

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We just wanted to share this incredible video with you. Words cannot convey what’s happening to the people of Ukraine at the moment but as the saying goes “where words fail, music speaks”. Enjoy this beautiful performance.…

About 3 months ago from Children's Classic Concerts's Twitter via Twitter Web App