Illustration: Lovisa Blomberg
MINI for kindergarten – When the elephant got its trunk
Three double basses and a harp in a musical tale about adventures in Africa.
Friday 27 January 2023 11.00Ends approximately 11.30
Price:The school concerts are free. Please note that they are aimed at students and pre-school classes who come during school or pre-school hours together with teachers. Private visitors are referred to the regular concert program.
For pre-schoolers, aged 3–5.
A brand new musical tale, with three double basses and a harp. Together with storyteller Ida Lod, we hear the exciting, magical tale of how the elephant got its trunk.
The story is loosely based on Rudyard Kipling’s How the Elephant Got His Trunk, and the double basses and harp are particularly well-suited here. The music is composed by Mats Nilsson, double bassist with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.The elephant travels all over Africa and meets remarkable figures. The little ones are welcome to play and dance along to the musical tale, of course.
After this approx. 30-minute concert, there is a chance to try out different instruments in the foyer.
The musicApproximate times
Mats Nilsson When the Elephant Got its Trunk – A Fairy Tale30 min
- Valur Pálsson double bass
- Maria Frankel double bass
- Åsa Normell double bass
- Laura Stephenson harp
- Ida Lod narrator