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Czech Student Philharmonic

Who’s Afraid of the Philharmonic?

Czech Philharmonic

A musical laboratory with Martha Issová leading the research. The aim of the research is to find out if classical music has any practical use in the everyday world.

Education programs
Duration of the programme 1 hod
Programme

Who’s Afraid of the Philharmonic?

Concert

Performers

Czech Student Philharmonic

Ondřej Vrabec conductor

Martha Issová speaker

Alice Nellis author and director

Photo illustrating the event Czech Student Philharmonic<br>Who’s Afraid of the Philharmonic?
Rudolfinum — Dvořák Hall
4 Dec 2020  Friday — 9.00am
4 Dec 2020  Friday — 11.00am
7 Dec 2020  Monday — 9.00am
7 Dec 2020  Monday — 11.00am

Group bookings for schools and preschools at edu@ceskafilharmonie.cz

Price 150 Kč

A musical laboratory with Martha Issová leading the research. The aim of the research is to find out if classical music has any practical use in the everyday world. In our laboratory, for example, we explore what Smetana’s tone poem The Moldau sounds like played backwards, what faces a conductor REALLY makes while conducting with his back to the audience, and how music helps with overcoming fear and gives courage. And how music changes our lives. Participating in the research are not only the Czech Student Philharmonic and the audience, but often unexpected guests as well – and many of the more important guest appearances are top secret, so we can’t tell you about them in advance, unfortunately.

Enter at your own risk!