Oorkaan's Award-Winning Toddler Production "Glimpse" Comes to Brooklyn Next May

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217, USA

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From May 4th until May 12th, 2019, Oorkaan will play its award-winning toddler production "Glimpse" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). "Glimpse" is a music performance for toddlers and their (grand)parents, in which musicians, music, images, technology, and audiences embark on a special friendship. Watch the trailer for the show below!


About Oorkaan

Founded in 2000 in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Oorkaan is the only organization in The Netherlands that has dedicated itself exclusively to the creation of high quality staged concerts for young audiences. Our aim is to give every child the opportunity to experience the power of live music. The staged concerts for 1,5 to 12-year-olds focus on all kinds of live classical music from all over the world, performed by outstanding musicians. For the creation of the productions, Oorkaan has developed the internationally recognized Oorkaan Method, which makes it unique in the world. Under the artistic direction of Caecilia Thunnissen, Oorkaan presents about 7 music productions per season and organizes roughly 200 performances a year in The Netherlands and abroad.

 Oorkaan, Glimpse © Ronald Knapp

Oorkaan, "Glimpse" © Ronald Knapp




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