Children’s music festival
BIG BANG, the European music festival for young people and the adventurous, stops off at the OCC this year!
© Danai Stefanou
© Danai Stefanou
BIG BANG is an exciting festival of music for a young audience; as hosts of the event, major cultural centres in Europe will transform their venues into adventurous musical labyrinths. The young music-lovers who embark on the journey will experience a colourful musical programme featuring concerts, sound installations and workshops. At BIG BANG, musicians working in different genres and styles search for the best way to present their music to children.
BIG BANG isn’t just a festival aimed at children; it couldn’t exist without their participation. At every event, professional musicians set a dialogue in motion with young singers and instrumentalists and share the stage with them.
The BIG BANG European network is the brainchild of the Zonzo Compagnie from Belgium. The support of the European Union made it possible for cultural centres around the Europe to collaborate and to undertake and support a joint mission: to present the wonders of music in an imaginative and adventurous way which is accessible to children.
Big Bang, Children’s music festival
Myrto Lavda (OCC)
Christos Carras (OCC)
Wouter van Looy (Zonzo Compagnie)
The Big Bang network consists of the OCC, the Centro cultural de Belém (Portugal), the Nytt Konserthus I Stavanger IKS (Norway), the Opéra de Lille (France), the Centre for Fine Arts – Bozar (Belgium), Kinder Kinder (Germany), the Fundación para el Desarrollo Sostenible de Alcalá de Guadaira, Alcalá Innova (Spain) and MotorMusic bvba (Belgium).
The Big Band music festival for a young audience is an OCC-Zonzo Compagnie co-production and part of the European BIG BANG network.
Co-funded by the European Union /Creative Europe Culture programme.