Tuesday, August 6 at Noon | Draylen Mason Music Studio

KMFA announces a new series of Free Summertime Midday Concerts for Kids & Family coming to the Draylen Mason Music Studio. The events are designed with preschool and elementary aged children in mind combining the art of story telling with classical music.

As a special treat, we're presenting a special film screening of the 1940 American animated musical anthology Walt Disney's Fantasia in its entirety on Tuesday, August 9 at Noon.

Recommended for elementary aged and older children

Walt Disney’s timeless masterpiece is a celebration of sight and sound, featuring eight sequences marrying classical music with the most innovative animation of its day. See dancing fairies, fish, flowers, mushrooms and leaves in the "Nutcracker Suite"; follow Mickey Mouse in his iconic role as "The Sorcerer's Apprentice"; laugh along with a comic ballet starring hippos, elephants, alligators and ostriches in "Dance of the Hours"; and hold on to your seat when the evil Chernabog summons restless souls in "Night on Bald Mountain." Watch the music come to life, hear the pictures burst into song and experience the excitement that is Fantasia.

Relive the magic of this wonderful introduction of classical music to young people at a special screening of the film as part of KMFA's Free Summertime Midday Concerts for Kids & Family. 

This screening is free and open to the public when you RSVP in advance to reserve your seats.


Come early for a cookie & refreshment reception before the film courtesy of Quack's Bakery!

Guests are asked to arrive no later than 11:45 a.m. at the KMFA building, located at 41 Navasota Street, to guarantee seating.

Special thanks to our presenting partner:


Event Details

Ticket Information

  • Cost: Free when you RSVP in advance

Presenter Details

  • Name: KMFA Classical 89.5
  • KMFA 89.5 is an independent public classical radio station in Austin, TX. Established in 1967, KMFA serves approximately 120,000 listeners each week and features locally produced shows like Classical Austin, Early Music Now, and From The Butler School, as well as nationally distributed programming from Public Radio International, American Public Media, and National Public Radio.

    KMFA supports many regional arts organizations such as the Austin Symphony Orchestra, Austin Opera, and Texas Performing Arts with on-air and online promotions, co-sponsorships, and interviews with KMFA hosts. The Listen Local initiative broadcasts Austin’s finest classical music performances, making classical music and cultural events available to all. With popular programs like the “Draylen Mason Composer-in-Residence” program and its “Kids on Key” campaign, KMFA encourages arts education and supports the Central Texas community.

Venue Details

  • Address: 41 Navasota Street
  • City: Austin
  • State: Texas
  • Zip: 78702