Peregrin and the Giant Fish
Thunder and lightning, while the moon shines. In a deserted spot, a trunk opens to reveal Peregrin the marionette. He appears to be sleeping yet his eyelids are wide open. He holds a glass jar in his hands. A small goldfish grows and grows until the jar shatters. Now a giant, the goldfish carries Peregrin for a ride on its back, and life goes on without any worries. Can this be true? Music specially written for the event moves the strings of an opera inspired by a fable written by Tom Siedmann-Freud, Sigmund’s nephew.