Childrens Concert

Elbtonal Percussion

8/21/2022
11 am
Pavillon, main hall
Concert
Foto: Fritz Meffert

Very close to the ar­tists — Elb­to­nal Per­cus­sion plays and pres­ents for kids.
Can clas­si­cal mu­sic be ex­ci­ting? Yes! And in­te­res­ting as well? Of course!
Elb­to­nal Per­cus­sion makes it pos­si­ble and of­fers with its children’s con­cert at the Über­schlag Fes­ti­val a spe­cial of­fer for child­ren and young people.
In a ma­ti­née con­cert on the last Sunday of the sum­mer va­ca­ti­ons, a fi­nal high­light is of­fe­red be­fore school starts again.
Elb­to­nal has been in­vol­ved in edu­ca­tion for ye­ars and has mas­te­red the art of sweeping child­ren off their feet with in­ter­ac­tive ga­mes and ex­ci­ting per­cus­sion mu­sic like no other per­cus­sion ensemble.

Elb­to­nal Per­cus­sion has been in­vol­ved in edu­ca­tion for ye­ars and has mas­te­red the art of sweeping child­ren off their feet with in­ter­ac­tions, par­ti­ci­pa­tory ga­mes and ex­ci­ting per­cus­sion mu­sic like no other per­cus­sion ensemble.

For this, the four vir­tuoso per­cus­sio­nists from Ham­burg have brought along a “crea­tive cross­over” of clas­si­cal, jazz and world mu­sic. With a pinch of live elec­tro­nics, a truck full of drums, ma­rimba and vi­bra­pho­nes, ta­iko drums, gongs and a collec­tion of

re­pur­po­sed ever­y­day ob­jects, the quartet’s ty­pi­cal “Ham­burg Sound of Per­cus­sion” is per­fect. Elb­to­nal Per­cus­sion has been per­forming live for 25 ye­ars. The en­sem­ble has tou­red throughout Eu­rope, South Ame­rica, Ja­pan and China and is a re­gu­lar guest at in­ter­na­tio­nal festivals.

Occupation

Jan-Fre­de­rick Beh­rend | Fran­cisco Ma­nuel An­guas Ro­dri­guez | Ste­phan Krause | Sönke Schrei­ber per­cus­sion

Address

Kul­tur­zen­trum Pavillon

Lis­ter Meile 4, 30161 Hannover