Concert at paletten in Viborg on 10 November 2015 at 16.30

A whimsical, wondrous musical story told by Carl Quist Møller with a 16-piece big band and further accompanied by drawings created by children and young people from the city's art school.

What do they look like: 'The caterpillar who loves honey and sweet music' and 'Elvin the grasshopper who has grass allergies'??? And how do they sound???

You can come by the Paletten and see and hear that when entertainer, artist, musician and much more, Carl Quist Møller, drops by with a whole big band.

Prior to the concert, Carl Quist Møller has held drawing workshops with 600 children from the city's schools - including all the students at the school of photography - and drawings from those workshops will spice up the concerton the way.

Ticket price for children (under 16 years): 40 DKK including fee

Ticket price for adults: DKK 60 including fee

Carl Quist-Møller

has spent much of his time over the past 25 years getting to the heart of children and childlike souls. Both as an illustrator, animator, storyteller, art gallery exhibitor, musician, actor and writer.

Among Carl Quist-Møller's most famous drawings is Hugo the Jungle Animal, but Hugo the Jungle Animal is not the only animal in Carl Quist-Møller's universe. It also includes animals such as Ægir the duck who invented rap music, Erna the sloth who gave birth to the world's first sleeping animal, the elephant with the floppy trunk, and Rigo the mascot of Rigshospital who helps sick children through a difficult time.

Aarhus Jazz Orchestra

is considered one of Europe's leading professional big bands, and with support from the Danish Arts Foundation and Aarhus Municipality, it is the only basic rhythmic ensemble in Denmark. The orchestra performs around 70 concerts a year, some of which are aimed at children and young people. The Aarhus Jazz Orchestra includes some of Denmark's best jazz musicians - several of them soloists of international standing.

Workshops and concerts are organised in collaboration between the Music Committee of Viborg Municipality's Children's Culture Strategy, Viborg Municipality and Kulturprinsen.