This time, we’ll be keeping our feet firmly on the ground – or even rooted underground. Our guide in the realm of mysterious gnomes will be none other than Peer Gynt! And do you think that gnomes have nothing to do with the Czech Philharmonic? Wrong! We’ve found lots of them hidden in the depths of our music archives!
For the 1st and 2nd grades:
How does one listen to music that tells a story? The children’s activities will include an art workshop dealing with the story of Peer Gynt. There will also be a theatrical workshop and, of course, a concluding group performance right on stage at the Rudolfinum.
For the 3rd and 4th grades:
The famous Peer Gynt Suite by the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg played in motion. And there will even be playing from a graphic score!
We begin each encounter in the Suk Hall at the Rudolfinum, where we draw the children and their teachers into the topic for the entire morning with a playful format. The group programme is always connected with 3–4 interactive workshops (for smaller groups of pupils) full of topically interrelated vocal, movement, instrumental, and visual arts activities. In addition, you can look forward to the traditional concluding – and this time definitely elemental – musical five-minute session.
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