Remember the good old days? Those times when a pushy parent—determined to bring musical culture into the family unit—dressed the kids up in stiff suits and pretty dresses and whisked them downtown for a riveting musical performance of Symphony No. 8 by Bruckner or the Ring Cycle by Wagner? Alas, the kids were bored out of their minds and refused to sit through the entire thing anyway and the post-concert “treat” at Winstead’s cost a small fortune and ended with the little ones in angry tears. But who could resist—at any age—the chance to see the Kansas City Symphony play the full and magical orchestration of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in Helzberg Hall of the Kauffman Center, featuring guest conductor Jeffrey Schindler. As the 2004 movie unreels on the big screen, noted conductor Schindler conducts the Symphony’s performances of cinema superstar John Williams’ score. Four scheduled performances are set for September 5-7 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, September 9 at 4 p.m. It promises to be a truly bewitching experience.