Senda Pan Flute

34 nature flutes made from a surviving tree of the Hiroshima explosion will resonate for the first time in Timișoara on Tuesday, September 19th, at 6:00 PM, at the New Millennium Reformed Center.

The Senda Pan Flute Choir, a children and youth choir from Japan, will perform on flutes crafted from a tree that survived the Hiroshima explosion.

The trees that survived the bomb are known worldwide as Hibaku Jumoku and are protected by authorities, considered living monuments. The seeds of the trees that miraculously withstood the atomic bomb are distributed worldwide as a symbol of peace, a message that the remarkable children's choir spreads across the globe.

Power Station is the component of the National Cultural programme „Timișoara – European Capital of Culture in 2023” dedicated to the development of capacities of the cultural sector and implemented by the Center for Projects of the Timișoara Municipality.

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