Pasila Library | 4.10.2019

Friday 4.10.2019 from 15 to 18, Pasilan Kirjasto, Kellosilta 9, Helsinki. Free entrance!

15:00 Music and storytelling for early childhood- Trilogía “Ovo”.

  • For children aged 3 months to 3 years old accompanied by an adult.
  • Capacity 20 couples.
  • We speak and sing in Portuguese.
  • Duration: 35 min.

Ovo | The egg is where everything begins. Simple as that. A showcase that unfolds into the discovery of something very strange. Adapted from the book “Um Bicho Estranho”, by Mon Daporta, Óscar Villán and Ana M. Noronha (ed. Kalandraka), this is a never ending story, where the rhythm and rhyme share the stage and implicate the participants. The egg rolls and the story goes on. Sensations, songs and stories to discover in an “egg” that is a cocoon of emotions.

Artists: Colectivo O Som do Algodão (Portugal)

16:00 Music & tales for children – CircOntado

  • For children aged 3 years old and up accompanied by an adult.
  • Capacity: 30 couples.
  • We speak and sing in Portuguese.
  • Duration: 45 min.

Life is a circus! And so are stories! What if we were all part of the same circus? A story session that combines the fantastic and the unreal, wolves that speak Spanish and girls who lose their minds during break time and climb mountains without fear. All together in the same melting pot of stories. Children of all ages, welcome to CircOntando, a circus that tells of tales untold, where stories are served with uncontrollable laughter!

Artists: Colectivo O Som do Algodão (Portugal)

17:00 Capoeira- Small elements creating a huge community

Auditorio 2 floor
  • For children aged 3 years old and up accompanied by an adult.
  • Capacity: 25 kids.
  • We speak Finnish, Portuguese, English and Spanish.
  • Duration: 60 min.

Welcome to enjoy the good energy of Brazilian Capoeira! In this workshop Capoeira movements and steps will be taught in a dynamic way with games and music. The rhythm, joyful songs and acrobatic movements will offer the kids a great moment of amusement and learning about Afro- Brazilian culture.

Artist: CM “Bom Cabelo” José Reinaldo Santos Soares (Brazil), Tambor Vivo ry