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GOLD BABELUT PARCOURS

Watch here pictures of the premiere weekend at Provinciaal Domein Dommelhof.

“Whoever finds a friend finds a (golden) treasure”, so an Italian proverb says.

With this lovely theme in mind, Musica, Impulse Centre for Music and TRAFFIK THEATER have created an experience trail for the whole family, full of musical interaction and visual, tactile and auditory excitement.

Babelut Parcours is a brand new formula aimed at children aged 0 to 5 and their parents or grandparents. They can have the time of their life for three hours, surrounded by all kinds of music theatre adapted to every age group. As they make their way through the adventure, participants are caught up in a current of voices, rhythms and movement, alternating with moments of calm and play when needed. In a tactile environment, they discover materials and sounds through play. As they interact with musicians and actors, children and adults are transformed into artists great and small. And then suddenly a dancer and a violinist appear… The rest is a secret for the time being, but one thing is for sure: everyone will go home with a golden blush on their cheeks.

Experience trail lasting 180 minutes, for children aged 0 to 5 with their parents or grandparents
Preferably 1 active (grand)parent per child

Max. 150 participants per experience trail

CREDITS
Aurore Braconnier (dance) – Eleonora Savini (violin) – Daniel Tanson (concept & director Goldmädchen) – Stephan Chone (light design) – Pietro Gaudioso (dance coach) – Esther Ursem (concept & coordinator) – Sarah Verhulst (singer) – Jo Zanders (percussion) – Sandra Delgadillo (dance) – Alexandra Lichtenberger (set design)

With music from Stravinsky, Vivaldi, Veracini, Telemann, Bach, Sjostakovitsj and
Strauss.

Babelut Parcours is a concept by Musica, Impulse Centre for Music
GOLD is a co-production by Musica, TRAFFIK THEATER, Lucerne Festival (Switzerland), Kulturhaus Mersch (Luxembourg) and C-TAKT
In partnership with La Montagne Magique (Brussels)

Agenda

28 & 29 October 2018 in STUK, Naamsestraat 96, Leuven

18 November 2018 in Cultuurcentrum Zwaneberg, Cultuurplein 1, Heist-op-den-Berg

28 December 2018 in Stadsschouwburg, Paul Snoekstraat 1, Sint-Niklaas