jung & jede*r

The youth programme of the Salzburg Festival

100 years of youthfulness! In celebration of its anniversary, the Salzburg Festival intended to launch a plethora of children’s and youth projects throughout the State of Salzburg, working with highly motivated school teachers. The current situation has required changes to these plans, and many of them can only be implemented as part of the prolonged centenary season.

Two of originally seven productions of jung & jede*r – the Salzburg Festival’s youth programme – can be enjoyed this Festival summer. They offer a preview of a new, extended programme for children and teenagers, to whom high-quality productions and innovative education programmes open new spaces for interaction.

1000 Kraniche (for children aged 10 and up) is a world premiere commissioned by the Salzburg Festival, based on a story by Sadako Sasaki: the Japanese gods fulfil a wish to those who fold 1,000 paper cranes.

Anyone who plays percussion will not have to be asked twice when the motto is Hau drauf! (for teenagers aged 14 and up). The drum, which marks the beat when people march together, is the focus of the event, but in this concert-performance by Bina Blumencron and oenm, the Austrian Ensemble for New Music, lots of things and people step out of line.

Team jung&jede*r
Martina Elmer Project Management
Agnes Lötsch Coordination Cultural Centres
Antonia Höppel Coordination School Partnerships
Rainer O. Brinkmann/Anne-Kathrin Ostrop Conceptual Consulting

Contact: jugend@salzburgfestival.at

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