A boy sets off on an exciting journey across the world to save a weak little flower. Everyone admires his optimism and courage. This simple story by José Saramago, who invites us to rewrite it as we like, is the perfect metaphor for this project on integration where artists with and without functional diversity share the stage to bring to the audience the music of Emilio Aragón and Edward Elgar. The audience will also take active part in the concert through songs and choreographies previously worked on in the classroom.
Diversity, music and literature…would you like to join us?
In collaboration with Plena Inclusión Canarias and Danza en Comunidad
There will be three performances for schools on 9, 10 and 11 May 2018, at 10:00h. and at 11:00h.
Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife – Conductor, Ignacio García Vidal
Grupo Mosaico – Plena Inclusión
Narrator – Ana Hernández Sanchiz
Dancers – Danza en Comunidad
Tenerife Symphony Orchestra is firmly committed to their community, especially to children and youths. Through their didactic concerts, addressing schools and families, they help to bring classical music to new generations. These learning materials make the shows easier to understand. Download the Learning Guide of The Biggest Flower in the World.