Eisbär_Sibylla Leuenberger Kopie

«Kennet Dir das Gschichtli scho…?»

The little Felix becomes involved in an exciting game together with the musicians of CAMERATA BERN. With a great sense of intuition and a spirit of discovery, he keeps on solving new musical riddles and, in the process, comes across – who do you think? Of course: a polar bear with a harpsichord. There is also a whole orchestra, and even a magician. And to overcome so many challenges, Felix definitely needs a helping hand! This is where the detectives and magician’s assistants from the audience come to the rescue.

The musicians of CAMERATA BERN transform virtuously performed baroque music into an exciting story suitable for children and introduce them to the world of string instruments and the harpsichord. The main focus of this 45-minute programme is on active listening and the music.

Masks mandatory. Admission only with Covid certificate (Swiss Covid certificate or EU/EFTA Digital Covid Certificate) and official ID (ID, passport, driving license). Further information here.

Musiker*innen der CAMERATA BERN

Sibylla Leuenberger — Konzept und Moderation

Vital Julian Frey — Cembalo und Eisbär

Programm «Die verlorene Insel»

François Couperin (1668–1733)
Les barricades mystérieuses für Cembalo solo

Antonio Bertali (1605–1669)
Ciaccona in C-Dur

Johann Ludwig Bach (1677–1731)
Menuett, Air und Bourrée aus der Suite in G-Dur

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)
Air aus der 3. Orchestersuite BWV 1068

Luigi Boccherini (1743–1805)
Fandango aus dem Quintett in D-Dur G. 448