Musical performance for children
“LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD IN A NEW WAY”
(Based on the fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood” by Charles Perrault)
The musical performance “Little Red Riding Hood in a New Way” is a bright creative project of the Philharmonic Orchestra for children and youth. This is a costumed interactive fairy tale-play, in which young spectators actively participate in the creation of a new, fascinating story about Little Red Riding Hood.
A fascinating, interesting and genuinely kind story about a little girl “comes to life” before the eyes of the audience. With the help of an experienced leader, children choose the main characters in the story, distribute the roles, answer questions and help the artists build a new story line in the play.
In the fairy tale by French writer Charles Perrault, the wicked and terrible Wolf intends to take out Little Red Riding Hood and her Grandmother. Then why not chase away the evil outlaw? Maybe we can save Little Red Riding Hood from meeting the cunning villain? The cute, cheerful Hare from the fairy tale “The Hare Hut” could become a new character in a new story about Little Red Riding Hood?
The musical performance “Little Red Riding Hood in a New Way” will give the young audience vivid impressions and positive emotions.
The premiere of the play “Little Red Riding Hood” was held in 2005 on the stage of the Small Hall of the Belarusian State Philharmonic Society named after G.Shirma. It was directed by Valery Losovsky. A new version of the play was presented by stage director Tatyana Mozhar in 2017 and was called “Little Red Riding Hood in a New Way”.
The composer and songwriter is Vladimir Savchik
The author of the libretto and production director – Tatiana Mozhar
The performers are laureates and diploma winners of international and national competitions,
the soloists of the Belarusian State Philharmonic Society:
Little Red Riding Hood – Anna Yankovskaya soprano
Wolf – Maxim Obrovets baritone
Mother – Galina Sokolnik mezzo-soprano
Grandmother – Tamara Remez soprano
Hare – Svetlana Yevtukh soprano
laureates of international competitions Tatiana Lesun piano
Natalia Zmitrovich domra
Host – Daria Vitko