What’s it like to play at the Rudolfinum? Not to play hide and seek, but to play in an orchestra, for example? Which way do the players in the Czech Philharmonic go to get on stage, and how loud can the applause for the conductor be? What animal does one find on the coat of arms in the main concert hall? What does it look like inside the Presidential Lounge? And how much echo is there on the balcony? Come have some fun with us in various parts of the Rudolfinum.
The goal of this playful workshop is to familiarize visitors with the areas of the Rudolfinum. There will be lots of walking, but it’s worth it! From the foyer on the ground floor, we will go up to the balcony, then back again through the Presidential Lounge; and finally, we will go on stage! At each stop, we will find a picture of a musical instrument, and we will say a few words about it. And at the end, we will set ourselves up on stage like an orchestra, and with the help of music, we’ll see what it sounds like when an orchestra is playing in the Dvořák Hall.
With lecturer Veronika Lukassen.
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