A House Full of Music copyright Pia Clodi (zur freien Verwendung für Print- und Online-Medien unter Nennung des Copyrights)
A House Full of Music
John Cage copyright Susan Schwartzenberg (zur freien Verwendung für Print- und Online-Medien unter Nennung des Copyrights)
John Cage
Tue 17.7.2018 / 11:00 & 16:00
Jevgenij Sitochin, artistic concept & mise-en-scène
Martin Bermoser, clown/performance
Marie-Christine Friedrich, silence
Michael Tiefenbacher, piano
Tormented by every-day noises, a man breaks down one day: His ears refuse to function. But then, a fairy godmother appears out of nowhere, aiming to revive his sense of hearing with many delightful sounds.
Who decides what is noise and what is music? John Cage, one of the most influential composers of the twentieth century, asked himself this and similar questions, and in doing so, he radically changed our listening habits and the way we think about music. We will be following in his footsteps as we embark on an adventure of listening to every-day sounds, surprised at what can be music to our ears.
This production by Wiener Taschenoper “which, through an exciting idea, wants to change children’s perception and make them more aware as they listen” was awarded the STELLA 09 Darstellender.Kunst.Preis für junges Publikum (Performing Arts for a Young Audience Prize).

ticket price: € 12 (free seating)
Price is valid for grown ups and children at the age of 3 and older, small children under the age of 3 get free entrance.
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