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Hej Romale! • Music and dance workshops
The excellent singer, choirmaster, and teacher Ida Kelarová, the composer and guitarist Desiderius Dužda, the dancer and choreographer Libuša Bachratá, and young singers from the Čhavorenge Children's Choir introduce the secrets of the human voice, traditional dance, and captivating music full of life to anyone who cares to learn.
18. 10. 2022, 19. 10. 2022, 20. 10. 2022 - elementary school grades 8-9, secondary school
14. 3. 2023, 15. 3. 2023, 16. 3. 2023 - elementary school grades 3-5
23. 5. 2023, 24. 5. 2023, 25. 5. 2023 - elementary school grades 6-9
13. 6. 2023, 14. 6. 2023, 15. 6. 2023 - elementary school grades 3-5
Čhavorenge Children's Choir
Ida Kelarová singer, choirmaster and teacher
Desiderius Dužda composer and guitarist
Libuša Bachratá dancer and teacher
Rudolfinum — Suk Hall
Group bookings for schools and preschools at firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
One teacher can order tickets to this programme for a maximum of 70 pupils/students.
"Dear friends, the morning with you was an amazing experience. IT was a joy to meet such good-hearted people. You gave us a new outlook on life. I'd be very glad to see all of you again. We felt like we have new friends, and we didn't want to go back home." (from the responses)
Music is a universal language that helps us understand even when languages fail. Dancing and singing have already helped the Čhavorenge choir children overcome interpersonal barriers - not only during workshops at Prague's Rudolfinum but also during similar meetings with pupils in Belfast and London. The young singers of Čhavorenge accompany the children and students on their way to discovering the rich Romani culture.