A Morning with Philharmonic Musicians • Queen of the Harp – Seven Pedals and Forty-Seven Strings


The harp is undoubtedly the most elegant, golden, and mysterious instrument of the orchestra. But what happens when you want to load it on an airplane? Isn’t it a bit cumbersome? And how can one possibly tell which string is which? One of the world’s premier harpists Jana Boušková will reveal the mysteries of the harp.

  • Subscription series DsF
  • Duration of the programme 1 hod 10 min
  • For preschools and schools

Performers

Jana Boušková harpist

Jan Kyjovský instructor

Photo illustrating the event A Morning with Philharmonic Musicians Queen of the Harp – Seven Pedals and Forty-Seven Strings

Rudolfinum — Suk Hall or Talich Lounge


Price 150 Kč | Capacity 30 students Tickets and contact information

Group bookings for schools and preschools at edu@ceskafilharmonie.cz  from 1st June.

The program for children is based on a musical part but also on a spoken word that will be given in Czech language only. The program will not be supplied with English subtitles.

The harp is undoubtedly the most elegant, golden, and mysterious instrument of the orchestra. But what happens when you want to load it on an airplane? Or carry it on stage? Isn’t it a bit cumbersome? And how can one possibly tell which string is which? One of the world’s premier harpists Jana Boušková will reveal the mysteries of the harp. And she just might even play harp with a ruler.

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