Two projects from the “Young Stage” festival, originally planned with 13 projects, will be shown in the XS edition on Saturday, 04.07.
4:30 pm, forecourt
Concept, choreography and artistic direction: Helena Fernandino
During the performance from 16:30 to 17:00, it is not possible to reach the forecourt by car.
With students of the Jugendkunstschule Dresden
“I must find a place where I can hide my desires. I’m not talking about the thin, small wishes (…) But the others – the three that suddenly become big and fat – ah – I don’t want to show them to anyone anymore. Not at all.”
What wishes are hidden deep down inside of us? Inspired by the book “The Yellow Bag” by the Brazilian author of books for children and young people Lygia Bojunga Nunes, the young people in this performance combine their everyday life with a world full of possibilities created by themselves.
17:00 hrs, cultural garden
What does a celery bongo, a leek violin or a carrot flute sound like?
Carving musical instruments from vegetables is child’s play! Workshop
Participants can take part in the following concert.
18:00 h, Great Hall
Vegetable Orchestra Concert
For a plant-sound laboratory, HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts was looking for children from the 3rd grade upwards who would like to make a carrot flute, a leek violin, a celery bongo or any other vegetable instrument. With the self-made instrument the children could record and upload their own vegetable sound.
All vegetable sounds sent in became part of a large vegetable orchestra video collage, which is presented online and now as a concert in HELLERAU.
18:30, Cultural garden
Finish with vegetable soup in the garden
Die Veranstaltung findet unter Berücksichtigung der erforderlichen Hygienemaßnahmen im Rahmen von COVID-19 Bestimmungen statt.
Es sind keine Reservierungen möglich – nur Online- oder direkter Kauf an den Vorverkaufsstellen und im Besucherzentrum. Restkarten sind an der Abendkasse erhältlich.
„Gemüseorchester“: In Kooperation mit KlangNetz Dresden
„Ich wünsche mir …“: In Kooperation mit der Jugendkunstschule Dresden
Young Stage XS gefördert von der Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen