Bobo, the little elephant learns to hear

Story telling concert for children with Cello and Piano

The children listen fully absorbed. Just now the story hits its climax. The elephant kid Bobo, who cannot hear, got lost in a sandstorm. Where could his mom be? Where is the elephant family? Like a tornado the bow rushes over the cello strings. Like a hurricane the piano is played. Bobo is completely desperate and lost. But what is this? Suddenly he discovers something!

Hearing impairment is unknown to most children. Bobo’s story is touching, with the music of Schubert, Shostakovich, Rimsky-Korsakow, Schnittke and Mendelssohn it becomes absolutely gripping. Our concern is to get children, parents and teachers to become interested in the subject of hearing impairment and pay attention to it, because children’s hearing impairment is widely spread and in many cases not discovered.

Artists

Friedrich Kleinhapl, Cello
Andreas Woyke, Piano
Heidrun Maya Hagn, Storyteller

Heidrun Maya Hagn, Text

Age-Group

ca. 4-8 years

Duration

50 Minutes

Program

Excerpts of works by Schubert, Shostakovich, Rimsky-Korsakow, Schnittke, Mendelssohn a.o. combined with a narration.

Contact

Are you interested in this event? Contact us!

Phone: +43 664 1206325

E-Mail: heidrun@hagn-arts.com

Mag. Heidrun Maya Hagn

Mag. Heidrun Maya Hagn