Teddy Bear Series

Programs for young children ages 3-7 to listen to adventure stories and move along to music played by ISO musicians.

Upcoming Free Events

Teddy Bear Concert Series

The Runaway Strings Book Launch

Oct 29

Upcoming Teddy Bear Concerts

Date/Time

Program 

Location

Monday, October 3
11 a.m.

The Big Note

Avon-Washington Township Public Library

Saturday, October 8
11 a.m.

The Garden Symphony

Mooresville Public Library

Saturday, October 29
10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Performance: 11 a.m.

The Runaway Strings Book Launch!

Hilbert Circle Theatre

Tuesday, December 6
11 a.m.

The Runaway Strings

Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Library, Zionsville

*Sunday, January 15
3 p.m.

The Giant’s Violin

Central Library

Saturday, February 25
11 a.m.

The Big Note

Arts for Lawrence

*Sunday, March 19
3 p.m.

The Garden Symphony

Central Library

Saturday, April 15
11 a.m.

The Runaway Strings

Johnson County Public Library – Clark Pleasant

Saturday, May 20
11 a.m.

The Giant’s Violin

Johnson County Public Library – White River Branch

Tuesday, June 13
11 a.m.

Monkey’s Jungle Jam

Arts for Lawrence

*Sunday, June 18
 3 p.m.

The Runaway Strings

Central Library

The Teddy Bear Series won The Ford Musician Award for Excellence in Community Service in 2019.
The ISO has served over 8,000 children with the gift of music since the start of the program.
Our 5 Teddy Bear programs introduce 18 different instruments from the symphony orchestra!

Teddy Bear Series Programs

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Monkey's Jungle Jam

Purchase, read along, and listen to the music of Monkey's Jungle Jam!

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The Garden Symphony

The Garden Symphony is the story of a ladybug’s search through the garden for her own special song.

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The Runaway Strings

Learn more about our newest book, coming soon!

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The Giant's Violin

The Giant’s Violin is the story of a boy who believes a giant and his violin are living in the attic above him.

The Big Note

The Big Note is the story of a young boy’s search through a symphony orchestra to find a big note he hears at a concert.