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For preschools and schools
Our programmes for preschools and the individual grades of elementary and secondary school will definitely convince pupils of all ages that classical music need not always be serious and certainly should never be dull.
Ticket orders on programmes for school groups in the 2020/2021 season will be accepted as of 1st June 2020.
The Little Rudolfinum
Programmes for preschools. What is it like to play in the Rudolfinum? Find out with lecturers Veronika Lucassen and Jan Kyjovský, as well as members of the Czech Philharmonic.Více
A little train ride with Dvořák
What is the difference between a violin, a viola, and a cello? What is a composer? Is it someone who builds things? Or puts together a puzzle? And what can you see from the window of a train when the music of Antonín Dvořák is playing?More
Orchestra in pieces
Five musical (and other) excursions to faraway lands, ancient history, and fairytales. A continuation of the successful series of concerts for pupils in the lower grades of elementary school.Více
Four Steps to the New World
Four concerts for school children and students with the Czech Student Philharmonic, the conductor Marko Ivanović, and the moderator Petr Kadlec. This time with music ranging from Beethoven to Steve Reich.Více
Penguins at the Rudolfinum
In an entertaining and exciting musical laboratory, Pavel Liška, the conductor Vojtěch Jouza, and the Czech Student Philharmonic will reveal the secrets of classical music and the life of an orchestra. Concerts for schools.Více
Who is afraid of the Czech Philharmonic?
Martha Issová, Ondřej Vrabec, and the Czech Philharmonic in a musical laboratory open up the world of classical music to teenagers.Více
Daring musical workshops for pupils in elementary school grades 1–4 and their curious teachers. The four workshops will deal with the origins and development of music from four different points of view.Více
Ida Kelarová and the wonderful young singers from the choir Čhavorenge initiate us into the mysteries of the human voice and Romany music.Více
Composing made to order
Under the guidance of the composer Slavomír Hořínka, gain insight into the world of composers, and become composers yourselves for a little while!Více
Create an orchestra
How do musical instruments work? And how can we make them? A programme for young school children with the trumpet player Ladislav Kozderka and the master violinmaker Jan Slípka.Více
Nine musical crafts
Need a score consist only of notes, or can it also contain instructions for things like winking or slurping? And is it possible to “play” from such a score?Více
A morning with musicians of the philharmonic
Trumpet, harp, percussion, violin, oboe, contrabass, saxophone… Musicians of the Czech Philharmonic introduce young listeners to selected instruments of the symphony orchestra.Více
Colors of Sounds, Sounds of Colors
Everywhere we go, we encounter lots of colors and even more sounds. We have become accustomed to perceiving them separately. But would it be possible to combine them?More
In the Skin of... Bohuslav Martinů
What can compositions reveal to us about their composers, including the greatest musicians? Can you tell how composers themselves felt or what inspired them? How did Bohuslav Martinů see and hear the world of his time, and how might we feel if we spent some time in his skin?More
My uncle vanished. Where did he go, Mr. President?
In this music drama workshop, the pupils and students follow in the footsteps of Josef Toufar (1902–1950), a priest in the village Číhošť who was tortured to death by Communist State Security officers.More
Do you want to hear differently?
In music class, is it not enough for you just to sing, play, and listen to music? Would you like to compose music of your own and perform it with your classmates?More
Wonderful soloists with the Czech Philharmonic from this country and abroad are passing on their experience to young music students at elementary schools, secondary schools, and universities.More