Little Different Sounds 2019 unveil the programme!
A festival song created with CeZik – one of the most creative music makers on the Internet ever. On top of that, children-made music video, an orchestra consisting of the sounds of the forest, optical music, forest and nature sounds orchestra. And how about cooking music, playing ukulele or making instruments out of nothing. This is just a teaser of all the attractions waiting for the participants of Little Different Sounds this year. Parallel to the adult East of Culture – Different Sounds, between 27-30 June we will also hold a series of events for children, teens and families.
PLEASE NOTE. Most workshops require registration via online forms available at www.differentsounds.eu from 11 June 2019. These events are Polish-language only. Exceptions exempt from registration are marked below. The number of places is limited. The applications are processed in the order they are received.
A workshop during which we will create and record a song. The participants will actively take part in the process of creating lyrics, music and arranging the song. This time, we will go on the music adventure with CeZik – an extraordinary vocalist, multi0instrumentalist, composer and arranger. CeZik has proven that you can play everything, and that to create a song you only need imagination and a sense of humour.
22-24.06 | 11.00-15.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7
For ages: 4-7
The release of the song the music video: 30 June, 16.30-18.00 | Festival Club
Make a clip!
The participants will make a video clip to accompany the song recorded with CeZik. The group, under the supervision of the director, will work on the entire project: theme, execution, the selection of shots and editing. The participants will be trained in using equipment (GoPro camera, filming drones), learn the basics of filming as well as the rules and techniques of editing. The main idea is to approach the chosen theme in an unconventional way , draw out the creative potential of the participants and leave most of the decisions and actions in their hands. Young filmmakers will become responsible creators, and not simply followers of someone else’s vision and orders.
27–28.06 | 11.00–14.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7
Song and video clip launch: 30.06 | 16:30–18:00 | Festival Club
Registration required. For ages: 7-12
How to make optical music? With the help of the creator of animation Norman MacLaren. You need to mix basic colours from Isaac Newton’s colour wheel, add Wassyli Kandinsky’s synaesthesia and colourful keyboards created in the 17th and 18th centuries, in order to hear the sounds of dots, dashes or squares. But because these ingredients aren’t easily available nowadays, you can just attend the workshop. We will introduce several personalities who have contributed to the development of the colourful music, we will see a few animated films which will show how colours play and at the end awaits us a real crème de la crème – we will draw music under the direction of Asia Mina / Joanna Bronisławska and with the help of Agata Hofelmajer-Roś.
27.06 | 11.00–13.00 | Workshops of Culture in Lublin, Grodzka 5a – 2nd floor, auditorium
For ages: 5-10
How to talk about music and how to listen to it? Is music for everyone?
We will listen to various genres of music and think about the role it plays in our lives. We will learn to talk about music the way we talk about a good acquaintance. We will consider whether “classical music” is really classical and whether everyone can listen to it. We will play with music and maybe even create our own, original piece. Instructor: Izabela Urban
27.06 | 13.00-15.00 | For ages 7-10 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7 – patio |
The participants will learn how to create sound-making objects using easily available, cheap items. Paweł Romańczuk (a musician known, among other others, from the and Małe Instrumenty) will show that a wooden board, plastic bucket or a can are elements of music instruments that can be used to play a real concert!
27–29.06 | 11.00–15.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7 – ground floor, workshop room
For ages: 7-18
Percussion workshop: a glass bottle + water = music!
Rysiek Bazarnik, the owner of the biggest drum in the world, is going to trach us how to play a song on a dozen tuned bottles. Tuned in this case means that each bottle has to be filled with appropriate amounts of water. The participants of this original activity will be later able to make such an instrument at home,
28.06 | 13.00–15.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7 – patio
Register | For ages: 7–12
29.06 | 15.00–16.30 | Vivo! Lublin, Unii Lubelskiej 2
Open workshop. No registration, no age limits.
The participants will learn the great power of this small, vibrant instrument which can be easily packed and taken on holidays! The workshop is a great opportunity to take on the four strings and hopefully discover a new passion. Łukasz Rzepecki will present the possibilities of this inconspicuous instrument and prove that sounds are made not only with strings.
27.06 | 16.00–17.30 | Vivo! Lublin, Unii Lubelskiej 2
Open workshop. No registration, no age limits.
30.06 | 14.30–16.00 | Vivo! Lublin, Unii Lubelskiej 2
Open workshop. No registration, no age limits.
28.06 | 11.00–12.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7 – patio
Register | For ages: 5-7
29.06 | 11.00–12.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7 – patio
Register | For ages: 7-12
Percussion workshop: cooking music
Edyta Fil will get children ready for a concert whose instruments are commonly found in our kitchens: bowls, pots, pastas, groats, rice. Ping pong balls and balloons will also play an important role. It’s going to be a workshop full of flavour and colour.
27.06 | 11.00–13.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7 – patio
For ages: 3-7
Forest and Nature Sounds Orchestra under the baton of the great family of flutes
At the workshop conducted by Edyta Fil, you will hear a whole family of flutes – from bass to piccolo. You will find out whether the flute can pretend to be wind or thunder and whether a flute can be used for rain making. We will also check which sounds go well with the flute. Does an owl hooting blend well with the bass flute? We will make an amazing forest orchestra!
30.06 | 11.00–13.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 5a, 2nd floor – auditorium
For ages: 7-15.
Everyone can be a composer! Let’s draw and perform art
An encounter of music and visual art, two fields of art that can stay separate but often miss each other and yearn to be together. Playing, listening, drawing – the workshop will be pure pleasure for young enthusiasts of art. Instructor: Edyta Fil.
28.06 | 16.00–17.30 | Vivo! Lublin, Unii Lubelskiej 2
No registration required. For ages 5-12
Breathing exercises, physical activity and voice emission, or how to find the courage to sing without shame or jitters. Edyta Fil’s workshop will give you courage, help you say goodbye with blockades, embarrassments and limits.
29.06 | 11.00–12.30 | Błonia – assembly in front of Festival Club
For ages: 10-18
Instruments of the world
At this workshop, the participants will get acquainted with around 100 different ethnic instruments – string, brass, percussion, keyboard instruments and other types which are difficult to classify. We will learn what they are called, where they come from and how to play them. Moreover, the participants will make their own instruments from recycled materials and take them home. Tomasz Drozdek is a multi-instrumentalist and collector of instruments from all over the world. Join the workshop and get acquainted with his incredible collections.
30.06 | 12.00–14.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7 – patio
For ages: 13-18
Little Different Sounds – Grand Finale
A shared celebration of music and the official presentation of the results of work done at the workshops as well as the music video and song recorded with CeZik. The Finale will also be an opportunity to meet the young participants of the project “Listening to the city – sound workshop” who, together with the musicians Arszyn (Krzysztof Topolski) and Rafał Kołacki will prepare a song based on field recordings made during the festival in the Old Town and in Vivo! Lublin shopping centre.
30.06 | 16.30-18.00 | Festival Club
ACCOMPANYING EVENTS FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS
Listening to the city – sound workshops for teens
Are you interested in sounds and the music of the city? Do you want to learn how to use microphones and recorders? Has it been your dream to delve into recording techniques? Or perhaps you would like to make field recordings together with professional musicians? Get to know Lublin from an unusual perspective and hear its sonic stories!
26-30.06 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 5a
Registration underway. Age group: high school teens
Characters made by hand – arts workshop inspired by the book “Small Poems for Little Ones” by the Lithuanian illustrator Rasa Jančiauskaitė
Rasa Jančiauskaitė is an illustrator and graphic designer from Vilnius, Lithuania. She works on children’s books and personal illustration projects. Rasa also teaches at design colleges. As an Illustrator, she actively participates in artistic competitions and exhibitions worldwide – Bologna children’s book fair in Italy, Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival exhibition and the International Illustrated Children’s Book Project Competition “Clairvoyants” in Poland. The workshop will be translated into Polish. Polish Sign Language is also available.
29.06 | 11.00–12.30 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7
30.06 | 12.30–14.00 | Vivo! Lublin, Unii Lubelskiej 2
Registration required. For ages: 5-10 with guardians
Pop-up! – 3d illustrations workshop with the Lithuanian illustrator Elena Selena
Elena Selena is a young Lithuanian artist. She was educated at the Vilnius Academy of Arts and continued her studies at the École Estienne in Paris. For the last four years, equipped with her scissors, Elena Selena has been creating elaborate spatial pop-up illustrations. The workshop will be translated into Polish. Polish Sign Language is also available.
29.06 | 13.00–14.30 | Vivo! Lublin, Unii Lubelskiej 2
Registration required. For ages: 5-7 with guardians.
30.06 | 10.30–12.00 | Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 7
Registration required. For ages: 10-12.
Little Different Sounds has been created with a view to developing active stances, creative thinking, and making it possible for children and teens to meet musicians. The superior value remains dialogue and opening to the real needs of the participants. The workshops allow discovering one’s creative potential in an atmosphere of great fun.
Little Different Sounds includes, among other things, music workshops “Let’s play!”* carried out by Fundacja Kultura Enter. The project is co-funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from Culture Promotion Fund and the City of Lublin.