Isabella Tarantella – Orchestral Concert

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 years old
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

 

A coproduction of JM Canada and the Orchestre Classique de Montréal.

ARTIST
Danièle LeBlanc
as Isabella Tarantella

ORIGINAL SCRIPT
Ardyth Brott and Boris Brott

TEXT AND STAGE DIRECTION
François Racine

This concert is reserved for collaborations with orchestras.

You work at an orchestra and want more information? Contact Judith Pelletier, Head of Design, production and distribution – Young Audience, Montreal.

Press and public relations : Yoline Ysebaert, Communications coordinator

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