PETIT ARS presents its end-of-course concert “Cants del Món” this Saturday

The children’s choir will take us on a journey around the world through traditional songs.

PETIT ARS has prepared a journey to different cultures around the world through its melodies and traditional songs. Through the voices of boys and girls, the audience will get to know the essence and folklore of countries such as Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Polynesia, Hawaii, Cuba, Nigeria, Zambia, etc. The concert, which is the end of the course performance, will take place on Saturday 1st June at 7.00pm in the auditorium of the Xàbia Conservatory, and admission will be free of charge.

The works that will be presented will be framed in a tour that will reveal the travel diary of Avi with his sailing boat. His story tells of a voyage that went around the world, and among its pages are the scores of traditional songs. Now, this music has reached the hands of Petit Ars so that we can enjoy it here with the whole audience. So, the idiosyncrasy of the repertoire that has been worked on will show us the solvency of an already consolidated children’s vocal group, with choral singing for two voices and the canon, as well as musical training through body percussion and expressiveness of movement.

The Petit Ars project is directed by Antonio Caselles and Carme Català, and has the musical support of pianists Sílvia Ferrer and Pablo Martín. In addition, for this occasion they wanted to count on the young percussionist Pau Chorro, who will give it the rhythmic touch so characteristic of popular music.