Bondholder orchestra Sinfonia Viva has created a new interactive family concert entitled ‘Where’s That Monster’ which they will perform for the first time on Sunday October 29 at fellow Bondholder Rolls-Royce's Learning and Development Centre.
The 45-minute concert is specially created for children aged seven and under and their families and is a magical jumble of storytelling, singing, movement and music led by a 12-piece Grammy-nominated orchestra Sinfonia Viva.
The story whisks the audience to the make-believe land of Claws & Roars where the monsters who live there come together every 100 years for a lively party to welcome a new arrival to their ranks.
Sinfonia Viva’s Marianne Barraclough said: “Our annual family performances at the Rolls-Royce Learning and Development Centre have been a sell-out for the past four years and ‘Where’s That Monster’ looks to be the same.
“This year’s concert marks the end of our 35th anniversary which has seen us engaging with around 3,500 people of all ages across the region through a fantastic programme of education and community creative projects and performances.
“The afternoon is designed to be informal and fun so is ideal for young children and their families."
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