,,ANASTASIS“ – ABOUT THE WATER, LOVE AND THE EARTH
ACTUAL MUSIC PROJECT WITH THE MISSION PERFORMED BY CHILDREN AND YOUNG TALENTS
Author of music project: Michaela Chudobová
A story about the truth, love, good and evil……about the presence and the future….about everything we can see as well as those things we can´t see, and about our everyday now, and in the future. It’s a soul-touching story that will send shivers down your spine.
The goal of this musical work, above all, is the rendering of the message that child protagonists
try to reach out to others across the generations, pointing out how they perceive life on
the planet Earth. Due to the nature of the topics it covers, it is not a simple-minded artwork, but a musical story with elements of fantasy and chilling reality.
The project is performed mostly by children and young protagonists, and thanks to their talents in fantasy, expression and empathy, turns into a story that contains elements of the chilling truth
and reality about our Earth. The story full of emotions that children express in forms of
acting, singing and dancing.
The children themselves, through their manifestation, performance and action, support the
project's goals in changing our way of thinking towards the sensitive approach and helping the Earth, because this musical work carries real mission, real information and real meaning.
Children, through their sensitive and emotional musical expression, point out the current state
of the environment and gently ask an audience of all ages to start thinking.
Kids are the central driving force of this musical work. They themselves bring and implement
their own ideas and feelings, thereby freely expressing themselves using their talents.
In bringing this project to you, we have the hope that children and also the future generations will become humans with reverence and respect for nature and the environment, respecting the principles of real life values and interpersonal relationships.
The musical project is presented by children and adolescent protagonists, but for an audience of all ages.