a drop instead of a seed

So in this school there  is a healthy mix of children from different backgrounds. We worked with 2 classes, first and second year. 50 children of 6 and 7 year old. See previous post about microkosmos. And they fully enjoyed Béla Bartók.

Although they all wanted to come to the concert only 3 will come. Parents decide.

We wanted to plant this seed of interest towards other ways of seeing things, towards music, towards life. We thought we realised it, but what we realise now it was one drop of water on a hot plate.




  1. Sophie hunter says:

    I think you can not measure the impact of your drop in such a short period of time. Anyway you dropped it in the childs head and not in the parents.
    Maybe it is not sad.
    Maybe the drop will transform into a river, an ocean, but not in the blink of an eye.
    It is not sad.
    It is beautiful.

    I remember of the day I first saw horses, I remember it more vividly than the day I really was allowed to ride one. And that happened years later.

    It is not sad

    See the beauty in the fact that the children loved it…

    Love and light, keep on spreading it 🙂

  2. Ooh thanks sweet sister!
    And in the end it was an overwhelming succes,
    A LOOOT of children came (from the healthy mix school) and also other children!
    The theatre was just totally full, and we hoped for 10 rows!
    Wow, this was really nice.
    As soon as i have Levente’s recording i’ll post the video of some parts of the concert 🙂

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