Programme of the 2016 edition of the International Festival of Contemporary Music "Warsaw Autumn", which started on September 16, includes a series of concerts for children "Little Warsaw Autumn".
"Little Warsaw Autumn" returns to offer children and adults alike a week full of musical discoveries. The concerts will be held at the Królikarnia and Zachęta National Gallery of Art, as well as the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art. In the Królikarnia Sculptures Park, panGenerator creative group will present the interactive installation Music of the Spheres, those "spheres" being sound balls with which you can play - and make music. Wrocław-based composer Sławomir Kupczak will host a musical performance with students of music school in Jelenia Góra, entitled I Don’t Know. The Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art will be the venue of staging the microopera Silent Fish by Jarosław Śliwiński to a libretto by Małgorzata Kołcz. It talks about everyday but also fundamental issues, including the race against time, as well as the generation gap between parents and children - all presented with humour and wit. The Zachęta Gallery will host vocal workshops Looking for a Voice, run by soprano Joanna Freszel who will present elements that a "human instrument" is built of, how it works, how to use it and take care of it.