14
july
18:00
Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal
KIKI'S DELIVERY SERVICE
The concert will feature the melodies from the anime "Kiki's Delivery Service" directed by Hayao Miyazaki, performed by Simple Music Ensemble World.
Salle Frank-Martin, Geneva
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14
july
18:00
Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal
KIKI'S DELIVERY SERVICE
The concert will feature music from an animated film. The audience will also have the opportunity to listen to other music appropriate to the atmosphere of the event and original compositions created by the talented musicians of Simple Music Ensemble World, inspired by the music from favorite animated films.

Please note that the film screening is not included in the program. The main focus of the concert will be on the music: amazing, exciting, and fascinating!
The young witch Kiki, raised in a family of witches, comes to the human world to learn about coexisting with them and to find friends who will support her through the challenging phases of growing up and self-discovery. As it is frequently portrayed in Miyazaki's works, there are no clear distinctions between good and evil; these concepts are deeply intertwined and evident in every character and their actions.

The magical music composed by Joe Hisaishi is an essential element of the film's atmosphere, as it emphasizes the characters' personalities and adds new layers of perception, making the world feel vibrant and alive.

The musicians of Simple Music Ensemble World infuse these melodies with their own unique energy, creating an atmosphere which you should definitely experience alive. Attending the concert provides an opportunity to immerse oneself in Miyazaki's fairy tale without leaving the city. All you need to do is just to close your eyes and dissolve into music.

Simple Music Ensemble World is a Chamber Music Community that raises concerts on the world's best stages and unites professional musicians from different countries who sincerely love their work. The team is multifaceted and is continuously developing, introducing new ideas, expanding the boundaries of their creative activity.