Music for wild beasts

Classical music concert dramatized by the company Kamchàtka, with the orchestra of your choice.

Why concerts nearly always have such a limited and ‘elitist’ crowd? Why very seldom can families or children be seen in concerts?
“When I go to see a classical music concert there is an orchestra with suits on, a conductor who continuously moves his hands conducting the musicians, a concert hall full of people who are very attentive and well dressed, the hall is impeccable and well-lit with scores of elegant and polite ushers, silence rules, and more than anything else, I have to confess, I get bored!”

But… Could it be just the contrary ?

A concert based on themes inspired by ANIMALS: sometimes animals act like human beings and quite more often human beings act like real animals !

Programme :
Camille Saint Saens ( 1835-1921 ) : The Carnival of the Animals (1886)
and more pieces about animals.

The company works each time with a different orchestra. The show has been performed for the GREC festival of Barcelona in 2009 and for the Singapore Arts Festival in 2010.

 

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  • Music for wild beasts

    A creation of the company Kamchàtka directed and based on an original idea by Adrian Schvarzstein. With Cristina Aguirre, Maïka Eggericx, Sergi Estebanell, Claudio Levati, Andrea Lorenzetti, Judit Ortiz, Lluís Petit, Josep Roca, Edu Rodilla, Santi Rovira, Gary Shochat, Prisca Villa.

    A production of CARRER88, SL assisted by Melando.
    > Created in the GREC festival (Barcelona)
    > Supported on tour by: INAEM, Institut Ramon Llull.

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