The Royal Theatre is going to school

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He Teatro Real will take place in the morning, Music's day, the first transmission of a children's show to schools across Spain, as part of the proposals made to celebrate the Bicentennial its foundation and with which aims to bring music and performing arts to the younger.

Plus 300 schools, spread throughout the Spanish geography, will share the experiences of The Little Match Girl, story inspired by the original Hans Christian Andersen about music César Franck, with which its creator, Rita Cosentino, he wanted to vindicate "the right of children to enjoy a childhood that is not threatened by hunger, mistreatment or indifference ".

The Royal Theatre, in coordination with the Ministries of Education of the Autonomous Communities with which it has signed cooperation agreement (Madrid, Andalusia, Murcia and Castilla-La Mancha), it will allow each school to offer the show at its facilities in the schedule that best suits your needs, leaving your recording available for download and project all day.

The next meeting will be in May next year with the relay The dream of a nigth of summer, integrated into the Madrid coliseum activities scheduled for the celebration of the "European Days of Opera".