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The story begins the night before Lluc, a fearful boy of nine, is due to go to camp. He really doesn’t want to go because at camp you have to take part in lots of activities which make him panic, and he just can’t face it.
That night, when Lluc is going off to sleep, the Guardian of fear sneaks in through his window. The Guardian is there to make sure that fear doesn’t disappear from the world, and to make Lluc understand that fear doesn't have to be bad. By going on a journey through the nightmares of different people Lluc knows well, it makes him see that there are different types of fear, and that being afraid doesn’t have to be a weakness.
With the Guardian’s help, Lluc understands that fear is part of life, and that the only thing that some fears do is stop us from living life to the full. After realising that being afraid is normal, he decides to be brave and go to the camp, and those days are some of the happiest days of his childhood.

Music: Alex Martínez
Script: Marta Buchaca
Musical direction: Josep Prats, Elisenda Carrasco i Ribot, Montserrat Meneses, Oriol Castanyer
Stage direction: Marta Gil and Ignasi Tomàs
Illustrations: Escola La Sardana (Badia del Vallès)
Teaching staff: Isabel Antúnez, Mª Ángels Grau and Nati Matas

Alex Martínez, piano and keyboards
David Gómez, drums
Joan Rectoret, bass
David Soler, guitar
David Pastor, trumpet and flugelhorn
Leo Torres, trumpet and flugelhorn
Xavier Figuerola, saxophone and bass clarinet
Vicent Pérez, trombone

Elena Gadel and Xavi Duch, soloists

The cantata is sung by a total of 42,000 primary school children from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 during the months of April, May and June 2017 at L’Auditori de Barcelona, El Vendrell, Figueres, Granollers, Manresa, Mataró, Olot, Reus, Sant Cugat, Vic, Vilafranca del Penedès, Cadiz, Parla, Zaragoza, Seville, Valladolid, Guimarães (Portugal), Bielefeld (Germany), Koblenz (Germany) and Neustadt (Germany).

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