And stretch! Yes, good, straighten up and fly right. One leg up, one leg down, and then, Quickly turn the corner! Hoopla, an arm. Extend and charge. Long, bend, flex, short and stop! Wait, a tube…. no, a flute. Steady as you go. Walk stretched from left to right, Play an extended note, and then…. Note gone, flute gone… En then suddenly, two instruments, no, wait three… Wait, hold on, four of them. Small – elongate – long – hoot – BAM – rrrrrrr – HO – off – on – PFFFF – stretch… ------ Strek (Stretch) is a music performance, played by four musicians, in a straight, squarely world. Where things are being build and get torn down again, where everything is correctly adjusted and neatly folded. Within the lines. The place looks to be a musical building site… Then, suddenly, someone bends, takes a curvy turn. Draws his own plan and leaves the straight line. What do you do next? Strek is a music performance without spoken words, played by Frisse Oren, for children in the age of 3 to 5 years and their parents and grandparents. In collaboration with the Moving Academy for Performing Arts (MAPA) and in co-production with Festival 2Turven Hoog.