When King Colin’s golden underpants go missing, it’s Sir Scallywag to the rescue! Brave and bold, courageous and true, he’s the perfect knight for the job… even if he is only six years old!
Original music by our children’s Composer-in-Residence, Paul Rissmann, features instruments including strings, woodwind, and horn, presented together with story-telling and projected illustrations from the best-selling children’s book by Giles Andreae and Korky Paul.
Performed by the wonderfully dynamic and hugely engaging Ensemble 360 and presenter Alice Beckwith, this concert is a great introduction to live music for children. It’s full of wit, invention, songs and actions, and plenty of opportunities to join in.
For 3 – 7 year-olds and their families.
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ABOUT ENSEMBLE 360
Ensemble 360 has gained an enviable reputation across the UK for the quality and integrity of their performances. Formed in 2005, eleven musicians of international standing came together to take up residency in South Yorkshire with Music in the Round, establishing a versatile group comprising five string players, five wind players and a pianist.
Their home performance space is the Tanya Moiseiwitsch Playhouse in Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, an intimate space in which the audience is seated “in the round” and never more than twenty feet away from the stage. It is from this wonderful performance space that both Ensemble 360 and Music in the Round take their names.
They play a key role in Sheffield Chamber Music Festival each year, as well as regularly performing as part our autumn and spring seasons in Sheffield, South Yorkshire and around the country. Outside Ensemble 360, the musicians all have highly successful individual careers including as Principal players in a number of Europe’s top orchestras such as the Philharmonia, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia, London Mozart Players, Camerata Bern and Manchester Camerata.