The Sound of Nature

25/9 2021 10 am — 10:30 am

Music performance for children, families and adults

The admission is free, please register in advance at
Please bring proof that you have been vaccinated against COVID-19, received a negative test result, or recovered from COVID-19. According to Covid regulations, the event will be held in compliance with the 3G rule. The wearing of a FFP2 mask is mandatory. Many thanks for your understanding and we are looking forward to your participation.

With: Adam Benold – flute, Anna Maria Niemiec – cello, Kaja Wlostowska – percussion, Leo Mitterauer – percussion, Luise Ostwald – violin, Milena Ostwald – cello, Paula Liebhart – harp, Sophie Charlotte Renger – flute, Veronica Klavzar – harp, Wieda Shirzadeh – dance

Many animal species on earth are threatened with extinction or have to find themselves new habitats. What would these animals tell us if they were given a voice that humans understand? How would that sound like? And could we maybe visualize these sounds?

As the final project of her Master of Arts Education degree at the Music and Arts Private University of the City of Vienna Veronica Klavzar, together with a group of children as well as professional musicians and a dancer, developed a performance dedicated to endangered habitats and their species. The result of this collaboration – an audiovisual experience – will be presented as part of the exhibition And if I devoted my life to one of its feathers?.

A cooperation of the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna and Kunsthalle Wien