(c) Astrid Ackermann / BR
(c) Astrid Ackermann / BR
(c) Astrid Ackermann / BR
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Mar 2409.00
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Mar 2411.00

Event for school classes / 9am and 11am


NotenTexte. "The Animals' Conference" - A musical and literary event for school classes

Jella-Lepman-Hall

After humans are unable to make peace with each other despite countless negotiations, animals from all parts of the world meet at an international conference to fight for world peace with cunning and cohesion.

Erich Kästner wrote this turbulent political parable with colorful, humorous illustrations by Walter Trier in 1949 based on an idea by Jella Lepman, the founder of the International Youth Library. In the NotenTexte series, the still highly topical "The Animals' Conference" is presented by the actor Jakob Immervoll and a string quartet consisting of musicians from the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, who make the struggle for world peace audible in a rousing and imaginative way.

Jakob Immervoll, narrator

Nicola Birkhan, violin
Celina Bäumer, violin
Christiane Hörr-Kalmer, viola
Frederike Jehkul-Sadler, violoncello


Friday, 8 March 2024, 9 am and 11 am
Duration approx. 1 hour
Suitable from 1st grade onwards

Admission € 5.00 per child
Registration for school classes possible at info@ijb.de or 089 891211 0

A cooperation between the International Youth Library and the music education program of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra BRSO and du