The Happiness Box tells the story of three best friends, a lizard, a monkey and a frog, who find a magical box and embark upon a journey through the jungle to discover the secret of happiness.
This multi-sensory experience will engage your students in many ways...
The story was originally written in 1942 by Australian POW David Griffin, and illustrated by fellow POW Leslie Greener, for the children imprisoned in Changi during WWII. This concert is accompanied by Greener's beautiful illustrations from the 1947 edition of book.
Adapted for young audiences by award-winning Australian film and TV composer Bryony Marks (Please Like Me, Barracuda) with music to represent the three main characters and capture the delight of the friends’ adventure.
As part of the concert the Music Count Us In song will be performed to so your children can sing along with a full orchestra! . If you don't know the words already you can access them here: http://musicaustralia.org.au/…/countu…/the-song/2017-program
This annual concert follows on from last years the highly successful Bush Concert which saw over 13,0000 students tuning in to watch and sing with the orchestra. Teacher’s resources available after booking.
Use this link to access the live stream https://site-958961.bcvp0rtal.com/ to request a copy of teaching materials for the Happiness Box email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Provider||Provider The Arts Unit|
|Presenter||Presenter Sydney Symphony Orchestra|
|Contact Details||Contact Details email@example.com 02 8512 1100|
|Date & Time||Date & Time 10:30|
|Bookings Close||Bookings Close 01 November 2018|
|Availability||Availability Non-DEC: 100 Positions Available|
Early Stage 1,Stage 2,Stage 3
Kindergarten,Year 2,Year 3,Year 4,Year 5,Year 6
sydney symphony orchestra, MCUI, The Happiness Box
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