School concert – Ocean
A poetic performance with classical music and actors from Mosaikteatern.
Wednesday 5 October 2022 09.30Ends approximately 10.30
For lower secondary students.
The big, beautiful, tempting, exciting and occasionally frightening ocean has always stirred powerful emotions in people. Numerous composers have been inspired to write music with a direct or indirect connection to the sea.
Through music and movement, this show depicts humanity’s love for the sea and its various expressions and lifeforms. With poetic expressiveness and a dreamy appeal, Hav aims to spark emotions and provide time for reflection.
The performance includes classical music by composers like Claude Debussy and Irving Berlin. The actors comment on and reinforce the music through movement and props.
The show Hav – Ocean – was developed in close collaboration by the participating musicians and actors from Mosaikteatern. Mosaikteatern is a day centre focused on the performing arts for people with intellectual disabilities. They regularly produce various shows, most recently Vägen till Månen (“The Road to the Moon”) and Signalbyrån (“The Signal Agency”).
This performance is presented in beautiful Grünewald Hall and is open to everyone. We offer a permissive environment with plenty of space and the opportunity to come early and stay for a while after. You are welcome to eat your own food before or after the show in Konserthuset’s foyers.
The musicApproximate times
Claude Debussy Syrinx for flute solo
Claude Debussy From La mer arr Lucy Rugman
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Othello Suite
Irving Berlin How Deep is the Ocean? arr Lucy Rugman
- Emma Nordenstam cello/guitar/vocals
- Johan E Andersson vibraphone/percussion/film
- Lucy Rugman clarinet/bass clarinet
- Staffan Findin trombone
- Iiris Viljanen piano/drum set/vocals
- Sareidah Hildebrand flute
- Actors from the Mosaic Theater:
- Pablo De Acha actor
- Niclas Bergvall actor
- Joakim Fernström actor
- Niklas Hjelmvik actor
- Josefin Jacobsson actor
- Malin Nord actor
- Christoffer Sjöberg actor
- Daniel Rudholm director