Concert Adventures for Early Childhood was founded in 2014 by Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra violinist Victoria Kintner. The programs have reached 1000's of families through live performances at libraries, schools, hospitals, and performing art centers.
Concert Adventures for Early Childhood introduces the instruments of the symphony orchestra through fun interactive programs, books, and videos so young children can experience the educational, developmental, emotional, and social benefits of music.
Victoria Kintner joined the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra in April 1993. Born in Huntington, New York, she grew up in Milwaukee and earned a B.M. degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Ms. Kintner has received the Alice Akins Award for Excellence in Music Education and
she is a 2017 Creative Renewal Fellowship Grant winner.
In 2019 Victoria was awarded the Ford Musician Award for Excellence in Community Service for her work in children's programming. This award is only given to five musicians.