What could refugee children and grandfathers and grandmothers in Athens have in common?
How can they practically co-exist? They do not speak the same language, they do not have the same age, they do not have the same experiences. Their only thing in common is the language and the memory of their bodies. The cross-generational workshop Moving Music brings in contact two groups of people that do not communicate with each other in their everyday life: unaccompanied minors and elderly people. Using as an instrument the sounds of their voices, the rhythms of their feet and the guidance of artists, the two groups come in contact, co-exist and co-create.