Montag, 11.12.2023 20:26 Uhr

A Musical Journey

Verantwortlicher Autor: Alexander Amann and Nadejda Komendantova Dschungel Vienna, 19.11.2023, 21:48 Uhr
Presse-Ressort von: Dr. Nadejda Komendantova Bericht 3284x gelesen

Dschungel Vienna [ENA] Imagine a world filled with miniature wonders, each emitting a unique melody or rhythm that captures the essence of creativity. Paweł Romańczuk, with his band "Małe Instrumenty," invites us into this enchanting realm through an interactive concert experience at the theatre Dschungel at the center of Vienna. Paweł Romańczuk's passion for small musical instruments is nothing short of infectious.

His band, "Małe Instrumenty," serves as a testament to his dedication and creativity. The exhibition promises an hour-long journey into the world of these pint-sized wonders, where one not only witnesses but actively participates in the exploration of new musical dimensions. The concert is set to take place from the 12th to the 20th of November, with the support of the "Polnisches Institut Wien". This collaboration adds a cultural flair to the event, creating an atmosphere that transcends borders. The exhibition caters specifically to children aged 6 to 12, offering a family-friendly environment for musical exploration.

One of the unique aspects of this interactive concert is the opportunity to try out the instruments firsthand. Under the guidance of Paweł Romańczuk and accompanied by the director and music educator Sarah Scherer, attendees can immerse themselves in the joy of discovery. The language barrier is not a hindrance, as the concert accommodates German, English, and Polish speakers with translation services available. The theme of exploring new music resonates throughout the exhibition. Attendees are encouraged to listen to the diverse sounds produced by these diminutive instruments, each telling its own musical story. From the delicate "pling" to the cheerful "trööt", the instruments offer a spectrum of emotions and experiences.

The concert not only showcases the instruments but also allows participants to engage with them actively. It's a hands-on experience that goes beyond passive observation. For those who have always wondered about the inner workings of musical instruments, this is an opportunity to unravel the mysteries behind the creation of enchanting melodies. The collaboration between Paweł Romańczuk and Sarah Scherer adds a layer of expertise to the event. As a director and music facilitator, Scherer brings her insights into making the exhibition accessible and enjoyable for all attendees. Her presence ensures that the interactive nature of the concert is not only entertaining but also educational.

The exhibition marks its world and Austrian premiere, making it a unique and exclusive experience for those in attendance. Being part of an inaugural event adds an extra layer of excitement, as attendees become pioneers in exploring the uncharted territories of sound and music with Paweł Romańczuk. The enthusiasm and joy of the young public at the Dschungel theatre was huge.

In conclusion, the interactive concert with Paweł Romańczuk and his band "Małe Instrumenty" promises a delightful journey into the realm of small musical wonders. With instruments that not only look fascinating but also produce enchanting sounds, the exhibition is a celebration of creativity and exploration. I wholeheartedly recommend attending this unique event, as it not only offers a chance to witness a world premiere but also actively participate in the magic of music. Let us embark on this musical adventure together and discover the joy that Paweł Romańczuk's "Kleine Instrumente" has to offer!

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