Music and dance at a high level presented on Saturday children and young people at the youth festival in the city castle. For five years, the city has organized the talent show with witty and typically Franconian elements. The sympathetic dance and music artists convinced with surprising and moving performances. This special cultural initiative gives hope that children and young people will be familiarized with culture, said Third Mayor Bernhard Christoph. Making music at an early age promotes a positive community experience, makes an important contribution to personality development and strengthens all the positive qualities that we depend on and that enrich life: concentration, creativity, expressiveness and self-confidence. Christoph emphasized that young people today are different in their forms of expression and habits than in the past. And then began a 90-minute show that didn’t have to take a back seat to any professional adult performance. “Colorful Leaves” was the theme of the evening, which the two moderators Lea Giebler and David Hoppner spiced up with numerous autumnal anecdotes and poems. Simeon Schmitt and Florian Klerner opened the round with guitar music.
Classical music and ballet
The first highlight was presented by Doris Diroll and her ballet group, who performed “La serenissima” expressively danced the Rondo Veneziano. Young pianist Jonathan Burger continued with the Rondo by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Finn Scholl and Jonas Hirle interpreted the Autumn Legend by Linnemann.