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For children and parents
These entertaining concerts and workshops are for everyone who listens with an open mind. Come to the Rudolfinum to share in the fun and learn lots of interesting things about the world of music and much more.
2 December 2017
Hear the Christmas tale about the wise king and the pauper. The story will tell not only about the kind and generous heart of the great ruler, but also about what orchestras were like long ago. Don’t forget to bring mittens or warm gloves!
6 May 2018
Ten, nine, eight… two, one, ignition! Blastoff! You are invited on an excursion beyond the borders of our galaxy, to places where no human has ever gone before! There are aliens living among the stars on a mysterious planet. But what if their world is having problems? Will you help them?
22 October 2017
Because of their tailcoats, orchestra musicians somewhat resemble penguins, especially when seen with the eyes of children. For the fifth time, the actor Pavel Liška will be examining the world of orchestral musicians and their music. And naturally, there will be a curious and enthusiastic audience of children.
After two stays in eastern Slovakia in the summers of 2014 and 2015, Romano Drom was moved to the regions of Šluknov, Nový Bor, and Děčín in August of 2016. During the first two weeks of August 2017, nearly sixty children and youths will be visiting the Vsetín region. In accordance with tradition, Romano Drom will climax with a few concerts in the local towns and ghettos.
New subscription series for listeners, who want to know more. Four concerts with a commentary which in this season will introduce beautiful vocal-instrumental pieces. The programme is based on a musical part but also on a spoken word that will be given in Czech language only with no English subtitles provided.
24 June 2018
For the fifth time, talented pupils from elementary schools of the arts all around the Czech Republic will be gathering in a joint orchestra under the artistic leadership of members of the Czech Philharmonic, who will also make music together with them.
A special year-long programme of the Czech Philharmonic, Ida Kelarová, and her organization MIRET for the children and youth of Vsetín and Valašské Meziříčí. The music, new friendships, mutual cultural discoveries, and lots of special shared experiences all begin in October of 2016. With the support of the American foundation Bader Philanthropies, the project will continue through June of 2018.
Together with six other European orchestras, the Czech Philharmonic is looking for a way to reach a new public and also for new ways of actively involving musicians. From the spring of 2017 to the spring of 2019, the project’s artistic director Ida Kelarová, her team, and the players of the Czech Philharmonic will be working with Romany children in communities at several locations in the Czech Republic.
We would like to bring to your attention that at selected educational concerts and workshops we take photographs and make audio records for documentary and archive purposes.