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Even if you're the die-hard-fan type who's camped out on sidewalks to score tickets to a rock show, you probably haven't had any luck securing seats for the Seattle Symphony's Tiny Tots program. That sold-out series is put on by Lisa Allison and Linda Sebenius, better known as Let Your Music Shine with Lisa and Linda. And, yeah, tickets are long gone. The good news? You can catch the same musical duo as they kick off the Bellevue Philharmonic's brand new Little Maestro Series.

The Philharmonic plans to keep the Little Maestro Series singing with a selection of fine performers at a variety of Eastside venues throughout the summer and into the fall, when series tickets will become available. First on the docket: Lisa and Linda's "Cirque de Classic: Hi-Low Big Top Circus". Enjoy a live orchestra, storytelling, and audience participation. Learn about high and low, fast and slow, and other musical concepts appropriate to Little One. Explore Beethoven's fifth and ninth symphonies, Mozart's Marriage of Figaro, and Haydn's Gypsy Rondo —set against a circus backdrop, of course.

We predict popularity for this premiere; don't be left in the cold!

Bellevue Philharmonic Little Maestro Series
When: Saturday, April 12, at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Where: Theatre at Meydenbauer, 111000 NE 6th St. (Bellevue)
Cost: $10; tickets available at or at 206.325.6500

CLARIFICATION: Tiny Tots tickets for the 2008/2009 season go on sale in April. Visit for more info.

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