Classical music is of eminent importance to the development of children’s personalities. We are convinced of this. In addition to the Lullaby Collection which we published on YouTube, we would like to take a new classical music project to the schools of our surrounding region. And so we hope that, supported by selected ensembles, we will be able to inspire enthusiasm in as many children as possible in this rural region with these hands-on children’s projects.


... from all over the world

Over 100 musicians from 30 countries and five continents singing songs from their homeland for all children great and small throughout the world.

Following a suggestion by the Schloss Weißenbrunn Foundation, musicians from all over the world have recorded lullabies. So far, the collection comprises around 100 videos which the musicians either had sung to them as children or which they sang to their own children. There are also some new lullabies, some of them especially written for our project.


Lullaby Dance

Dream-like Dances

A fantastic present from musicians, dancers and choreographers

The videos are all about very personal childhood memories in poetic images, about dreams or about dream locations.
Dancers, Madoka Ishikawa and Jeanne Baudrier of Leipzig Ballet, Anna Laudere, first soloist of the Bavarian State Opera Ballet and Nadja Kadel and Emiliano Alcaraz, tango dancers from Berlin, can now be seen in their films on our YouTube channel.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH to all artists for this wonderful present to all children, parents and grandparents of this world!