Fri 15.3. at 10 am and 12.30 pm Luckan, Helsinki (for school groups)
Sat 16.3. at 1 pm Luckan, Helsinki
Mon 18.3. at 10 pm* Children´s Cultural Centre Aurora, Espoo
Tue 19.3. at 10* and 12.30 am Mosaiikki, Vantaa (for school groups)
Thu 21.3. at 10 am and 1 pm Kauniainen Youth Hall, Kauniainen (for school groups)
Fri 22.3. at 10 am* and 1 pm Stoa, Helsinki (for school groups)
Sat 23.3. at 3 pm* Stoa, Helsinki
Language: Swedish, the performances marked with a star also includes some Finnish
Age recommendation: Children between 9-12 years
Duration: approx. 1h
What is the sound of a grain of sand falling against a barrel? Can the rustle of plastic feel like a crackling fire?
Julia is a silence musician. She makes music with very small sounds. Julia’s best friend Dunja, the Arctic Ocean scientist, is far out at sea. Dunja is sending things she finds in the ocean to Julia, who collects them in a sound archive. With the help of the audience and the archive, a roaring undulating headphone show is created.
“Listen, how quiet” is a chance to get familiar with sound technology and through an own, unique experience understand and create music. It is also a story about friendship at a distance.All audience members wear headphones during the whole performance and get to be a part of creating the sounds. In this exploration of what sound can be and what the sounds can tell, we get to use our imagination and our listening in a new way. The performance aims to offer the audience a sensation of contributing and researching. Through practicing listening, we become better at understanding and connecting to others.
The performance at Luckan is free of charge. Signing up beforehand via e-mail to email@example.com
Tickets to the performance at Children´s Cultural Centre Aurora from the city of Espoo´s eventpage
Tickets to the performance at Cultural centre Stoa from lippu.fi
Sign up for the performances for school groups:
To the performances at Kauniainen Youth Hall, sign up through the Kauniainen eventpage
The performance held at Luckan is in co-operation with the Svenska Nu network
Signing up to the performances at Cultural Centre Stoa through Kultus (Kultus.fi)
Signing up to the performance at Mosaiikki urban culture centre through the city of vantaa´s eventpage