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Pavel Liška ⬩ Penguins at the Rudolfinum
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.
You are invited to the premiere of an entertaining and instructional programme by Alice Nellis. Because of their tailcoats, orchestra musicians somewhat resemble penguins, especially when seen with the eyes of children. For the seventh 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. Together, they have already discovered what different kinds of music sound like, what a conductor is needed for, and why one does not talk at concerts. But they have also been able to experience what it is like to conduct an orchestra, to sing “Let’s Rejoice and Be Merry” from The Bartered Bride accompanied by an orchestra, to create the newest music together with the musicians of the Philharmonic, or to witness a performance by a blind pianist. We wish to prepare experiences for the children that will allow them to find music not only on stage (or on their phones), but especially in themselves. You are invited to a new, entertaining, and educational programme by Alice Nellis!
author and director
Czech Student Philharmonic
Rudolfinum — Dvorak Hall
How to buy ticketsBuy online
For online shopping you will be redirected to the website of the Czech Philharmonic.Personally at the Rudolfinum cash desk
Vacancies and other information about the concert will be provided by the Czech Philharmonic's Customer Service.
Group bookings for schools and preschools at firstname.lastname@example.org from 1st June.