Susannah and Bennett Will have attended the past few Maryland Symphony Orchestra Family Concerts.
They liked last season's "Beethoven Lives Upstairs."
"I thought it was a very fun story," said Susannah, 9.
Eleven-year-old Bennett explained that the program was about how the composer's downstairs neighbors have to adjust to him.
And, they enjoyed the music.
"I like Beethoven," Susannah said.
Susannah and Bennett will be at The Maryland Theatre on Sunday afternoon when the MSO presents "Mozart's Magnificent Voyage," another of four Classical Kids theatrical symphonic productions that tour the United States and Canada.
The productions were developed from composer recordings conceived by Susan Hammond, a concert pianist and music teacher, who had searched for recordings of classical music to share with her young daughters. She didn't find what she was looking for and decided to do it herself. Now, in a little more than 20 years since her first Classical Kids release, the 16-title series has sold nearly 5 million CDs, DVDs and books worldwide, according to information on www .classicalkidslive.com.