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 30 pupils/students.
In this unique game, nobody will lock you up. On the contrary, doors will be opened to the research teams, letting them into areas of Prague's Rudolfinum that are closed to the public, where they will learn about the life of Antonín Dvořák through action tasks.
Will your team manage to rescue the famous manuscript of Dvořák's New World Symphony?
If your search is successful, the reward will be hearing the results of your research in a performance by the Rudolphin Ensemble Prague.
The participants find themselves in an alternative reality in which Antonín Dvořák is not a famous composer. Using a time machine, they travel to the 19th century, and by doing their own research, completing all kinds of tasks and breaking codes, they learn about the composer's life. The goal is to find selected parts of the famous autograph of the New World Symphony.
After we return to the present, the work that the individual research teams find will be played in a short string quintet concert by players of the philharmonic with commentary. The programme depends on how successful the explorers will be throughout the game.
To play the game, there is no need to study in advance and search for information or to write reports about Antonín Dvořák - that would risk taking the fun out of the game.