On a mission to communicate with the people of Earth, a Martian lands on the blue planet and discovers that music is a truly universal language. Thanks to her unexpected encounter with a conductor and his orchestra, Isabella travels around the world of music and uncovers a universe of sound. From Tchaïkovski's Arabian Dance to Ravel's Laideronnette, impératrice des pagodes, fly from one continent to the next with the popular theme song from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and sing along to encourage Isabella during her journey.
Target audience: 6 to 12 year-olds
Duration: 55 minutes
Language of the performance: French or English
Technical info: images projected by the concert's technician
Sound: wireless headset for the actress
Lighting: plan available upon request
Teaching guide available
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A coproduction of Jeunesses Musicales Canada and the McGill Chamber Orchestra
Danièle LeBlanc as Isabella Tarantella
Ardyth Brott and Boris Brott
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