Supported by
UNIQA · Raiffeisen Salzburg · Solway Investment Group

If you’re a percussionist, you don’t need to be told twice when you hear the words ‘hit it!’ Already centuries ago, Ottoman Janissaries beat their drums when they went to war. But the long history of percussion isn’t just about hitting and bashing instruments — more and more, the many members of the drum family have sided with music of a peaceful nature. Eclectic rhythms and sounds, from Mauricio Kagel’s 10 Märsche, um den Sieg zu verfehlen (10 marches to miss the victory) to Theodor Burkali’s Aequilibrium for ensemble, will come together in a concert performance that ruthlessly parodies the commanding officers of this world.

for youths from 14 years

jung & jede*r at school!

Hau drauf!
Concert with pax and percussion
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For all school performances the ticket price is 10€ per child.

Performances for school classes at the Salzburg Museum:
Mon 31 May, 10:00 a.m.
Tue 1 Juni, 10:00 a.m.

Registration & Contact:
+43 662 620808-723
kunstvermittlung@salzburgmuseum.at

Performances for school classes at cultural centres:
Tue 18 May, 11:00 a.m. · Nexus Saalfelden
Tickets: office@kunsthausnexus.com

Fri 28 May, 11:00 a.m. · Kunstbox Seekirchen
Tickets: info@kunstbox.at

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