A musical story for children and of course also for grown-upsDragged here by Eduard Resatsch (music) and Andreas Ulich (text) more
Nadine Resatsch, solo cor anglais/Konzerthausorchester Berlin: oboe
Eduard Resatsch, cellist/Bamberger Symphoniker: cello & composition
Andreas Ulich, actor/author: narrator & story
Recommended for children from pre-school age onward and also for grown-ups 🙂
A Small Rat with a Cheeky Difference
Classical music, played live by oboe and cello, combined with an excitingly told story about courage and friendship. Children can find out what it’s like to be courageous, not to give up and to be able to rely on one’s friends.
Rüdiger, the little rat who plays the oboe, has finally found a nice cave to live in. But this is right in the middle of a concert hall, underneath the conductor’s podium. Rüdiger can only stay there and also play along in the orchestra, if he can prove himself as a musician – together with many very big people. He plays the oboe very well, but will he find the courage needed for a musical competition with the orchestra’s master cellist?
Fine food and drink after the concert Garden Party for all People Great and Small more
Tasty morsels for those who are not very hungry, barbecued things, home-made lemonade for the little ones, beer for the grown-ups – the Baroque Garden invites you to a picnic!