Why this huge “violin” performs leaning upon the floor? Which instrument plays loudest and which softest? What would happen if all “winds” would blow at the same time? Is it mandatory to wash hands if one plays only black keys on the piano? Does the orchestra play lauder when the conductor is waiving fast? Does the conductor use “a magic wand”? What does the conductor do when the players do not listen to him?
We have a wonderful tradition to invite the little listeners and their parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts, godfathers and godmothers to celebrate Sunday with the National Philharmonic. These CONCERTS are intended for ENTIRE FAMILY. Dear listener, if you are three or four years old and can put a smart question, or perhaps you have just celebrated your three-digit anniversary and would like to unwind a little – these concerts are meant for you.
This season’s Sunday concert programmes are truly colourful: we will make Opera pate, experience unforgettable adventures of The Little Onion, Beauty and the Beast, Troll and many more. Everyone, the grown-up and the little one, will be playing.
And on Monday do tell your friends about your visit to the NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC…
Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall (5 Aušros Vartų st.)
Birutė Urbonienė, executive coordinator
Tel.: (8 5) 266 52 37, 8 682 11091
E-mail: birute.urboniene filharmonija.lt