“Klaveriloomad. Elu muusikas”

Klaveriloomad (piano animals) are cheerful characters who live inside a piano and in the fantasies of the young and the old. They reveal themselves in music, drawings, stories, books, and notes, and come to life during concerts, where it is possible to see and hear them.
Piano animals will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia with spectacular family concert performances, which take both the young and the old on a trip into the world of music and art without words. The piano animals' story about the precious home and the value of everyone will be shared without words, but with music, as well as effective still and moving images; striking stories will be told by actor Margus Tabor, artist Kerstin Hallik, and musicians Peeter Rebane, Mihkel Mälgand, Kristjan Priks, and Katri Rebane. The stage director of the concert is Aare Toikka and composer Katri Rebane.
"Klaveriloomad. Elu muusikas" is one of the winners of the music event competition for the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia.

Haapsalu linn, Haapsalu, Posti tänav 3