2022-05-03 – 20:05 h

On May 6th, Sinfonietta Cracovia invites young audiences to a new concert, to celebrate the birthday of the Wawel Dragon, the sculpture by Bronisław Chromy, which has been roaming the Wawel Castle in Krakow for half a century.

 

On this occasion the orchestra has prepared a fairytale program for the youngest music lovers: music from the film “How to Train Your Dragon”, many children’s songs, birthday attractions, and a competition for the most interesting costumes in a dragon theme.

 

Program:

  • Tadeusz Kocyba – “Powrót Baltazara Gąbki”
  • Romuald Twardowski – “Serenada na orkiestrę smyczkową” cz. 3
  • John Powell – “How to train a dragon: Test drive”
  • John Powell – “This is Berk”
  • Johannes Brahms – “Kołysanka”
  • …and songs from the children’s repertoire

 

When: Friday, May 6, 2022 at 18:00h

Where: Muzeum Sztuki i Techniki Japońskiej Manggha (Krakow, Poland)

Tickets: 40 PLN normal (9€) / Free – Children aged 0-3 and guests from Ukraine after reservation by e-mail (rezerwacja@sinfonietta.pl)

More information & buy tickets: https://www.sinfonietta.pl/koncerty/urodziny-smoka

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/3227418370915401/

 

This concert is directly related to the concert ‘The Music of John Powell’ to be celebrated on 28/5/2022 during the 15th edition of the Festiwal Muzyki Filmowej w Krakowie – Krakow Film Music Festival:

https://soundtrackfest.com/en/news/krakow-film-music-festival-2022-detailed-program-and-tickets/#toggle-id-5