On a stage full of grass plays a piano ‘til … an appel tumbles across its keys.
And another one, and another one,. …
Apples are picked and danced to their own beat. They are harvested and peeled. And when the peel breaks, the song stops. While everybody gets a piece of apple, the piano continues to sing. This is how Pommeliere ends as a concert with a juicy dessert; a treat for eyes, ears and taste.
The performance has given me jitters to get started with the children in the classroom. This was really top. Lisa De Leeuw
First I was particularly fascinated by all open mouths of the toddlers but immediately afterwards I lost myself in the performance. It was delicious. Dorine De Vos