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Czech Philharmonic: The Serial

This is a unique opportunity to get to know all the different instruments of the orchestra one by one, and also to meet the players of the Czech Philharmonic. And it takes place in Dvořák Hall at the Rudolfinum. The moderator is Klára Boudalová. We offer this programme only in the Czech language.

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5–10 years
Cimbálová muzika České filharmonie

Cimbalom Ensmble of the Czech Philharmonic

4 September 2016

We will begin our musical travelogue in Bohemian villages. Did you know that in nearly every folk song, you are singing about love? And half of the songs are about unlucky love. Still, we promise there will be a happy ending. Wedding songs will come to the rescue… And don’t worry, you will also definitely get to sing!

Pražský barokní soubor

Prague Baroque Ensemble

4 December 2016

Who wouldn’t want to live in a castle! Come join us in investigating the private chambers of princesses and the secret passions – musical, that is – of princes. Incidentally, do you know what musical instruments were most popular at royal courts?

Nakara Trio

Nakara Trio

29 January 2017

This time we’re setting out on a real trip around the world. The peculiar word Nakara should take us to India (there, the word means “drum”) and possibly also to the land down under (there is a town there by that name). And all of this comes with originally composed music spiced with jazz and world music.

Escualo kvintet

Escualo Quintet

9 April 2017

Music full of the southern sun, musicians full of southern temperament, and the fiery rhythms of the Argentinean tango. A musical excursion that will get you in the mood early for the summer holiday and will warm up even those with the coldest of personalities.

Chambre Ensemble

Chambre Ensemble of the Czech Philharmonic

11 June 2017

he climax of the exciting musical travels is an excursion to the depths of music itself. We will be discovering the hidden recesses that are known only to the best performers and composers. But don’t worry; we will initiate you into these mysteries as well. And in the end, you will get to try out for yourselves what it’s like to invent your own music!


Practical information

  • We offer the programme only in the Czech language without subtitles.
  • We offer the series only as a subscription.
  • The price of a subscription for children (the recommended age range is 6-8) is CZK 300 and CZK 500 for adults.
  • The maximum capacity for the workshop is 50 parents and 50 children.
  • Tickets are sold at the Czech Philharmonic ticket office in the Rudolfinum, online at, or in the network
  • Reservations can be made on line or through Customer Service.
  • The program is ca. 120 minutes long (with an intermission).