Abemón: cuando el agua suena
Abemon: cuando el agua suena (Abemon, the water sound), is a family concert offered by the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra and suitable for children over nine years of age. Symphonic music and inclusive dance with works by Britten, Ravel, Handel and Liadov.
Abemon means water in the Canary Island’s aboriginal guanche language. And water will be the guiding thread of this programme with which we want to transform the orchestra, its space, its members and its music into a meeting point to encourage the choreographic and scenic creation of people with different abilities. The symphonic music is combined with contemporary dance, whose vision of bodies and movement is inherently inclusive to give creative space and a voice of its own to everyone who approaches it. This original idea and texts are written by Ana Hernández Sanchiz, while Antonio Quiles is the stage and the choreography director. The concert is conducted by Ignacio García Vidal and various collectives direct the community dance.
Original idea and text: Ana Hernández Sanchiz
Artistic direction and choreography: Antonio Quiles
Joint dance with diverse groups
Conductor: Ignacio García-Vidal
Children who have not reached the age of two on the day of the show will not need to purchase a ticket if they are not going to occupy a seat. When accessing the hall, you will be required to have a document proving the minor's age (ID card or family book). Pushchairs and prams are not allowed in the hall.
For further information, please check the general purchase terms and hall conditions.