Free Concert Will Change the Way Your Kids Think About Violin Music
Free electric violin concert Monday night in Tredyffrin is unlike anything you've seen or heard before.
Caryn Lin is a classically trained violinist who brings nothing you've ever heard before on a violin to her performances. Sometimes she brings wild animals, godzilla, a rock band, a virtual symphony and always a sense of humor and passon. Forget what you think you know about violin music and check out her free performance tonight at 7 at the Tredyffrin Public Library.
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m and is open to anyone age seven and above. The library asks that parents please do not bring babies, toddlers or preschoolers to this event. Children from 7-9 must be accompanied by an adult.
Adults will want to stay for the show. Caryn Lin is unlike any performer you've seen, unless you've seen her perform before at Lincoln Center, The Kimmel Center, Six Flags or on MTV's Real World. She has also performed at the librry before. This Bach 2 Rock Concert is a "Back by Popular Demand" event.
For a sense of what to expect before you go, click on the clips.
Editor's Note/Opinion: I didn't know what to expect when I started working on this story. My school age children had the same reaction to the music: "Wow, that's cool."