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Albertina In The Classroom

For the school year 2020/21 KULTUR FÜR KINDER and the Albertina continue their visual arts project “Albertina in the Classroom” exclusively for Kulturschultüte pupils…

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My little plant kingdom

Die Kulturschultüte is entering exciting new terrain: together with the KinderBOKU, the University for Life Sciences, KULTUR FÜR KINDER has designed a project with plants and nature at its core. Which conditions are required for plants to grow properly, and what can we do with them?

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Music you can touch

“Music you can touch” is a series of events that are offered exclusively to primary schools in Vienna. We’ll soon know what’s on the program for this year!

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The Me-Ma-Mu-sicians: Meadow of Wonders

Always follow your nose! Kulturschultüte pupils and their teachers, helped along by the Me-Ma-Mu-sicians, will bring a whole meadow of flowers to life. With music, dance and attentive ears, they will explore the grassy paradise and its residents. An exciting adventure awaits them with one particularly dazzling creature…

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Alberto’s adventure: The Wild Wild West

Vacation in America! On a big farm the animals are cavorting, there’s horse riding, and every evening a campfire is lit… Alberto is back with another interactive adventure in the Musikverein!

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Dr Musigunde –
The Jolly Music Doctor

After visiting Europe’s many concert halls the expert in music therapy,
Dr Musigunde, is hotly awaited in Vienna. A tour with the Vienna Boys Choir is coming up soon, accompanied by the Schubert Orchestra. …

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The Magic Word

Kulturschultüte pupils will meet wizards, wise men, frogs, storks, a real princess and all manner of fantastic beings during Josef Gabriel Rheinberger’s Singspiel “The Magic Word”…

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The Walzerkönig in Palais Coburg

The Countess Clementine von Sachsen-Coburg cordially invites young guests to a very special ball in her beautiful palace. She is expecting the famous Kapellmeister of Vienna, Johann Strauss Son, who will help her out of a tricky situation…

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The Fairy Tale Tent

“The fairy tale tent” (“Das Märchenzelt”) has been designed specially by KULTUR FÜR KINDER in collaboration with Stand 129/Caritas and Weltmuseum Wien. The children on the Kulturschultüte programme get additional language support that facilitates the integration of children from different nations and cultures by stimulating communication and interaction…

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The ‘Schnupftüchl’-Theatre at Josefstadt

Vienna, 1780. The famous innkeeper of the tavern “Bey den goldenen Straußen” in the suburban Josefstadt, just outside of Vienna, is worried: his beloved daughter has fallen in love with the travelling actor Karl Mayer, of all people! In order for him to stay and marry her, she wants to convince her father to build a theatre…

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A suitcase of books

Reading is power! Reading is fun! With 26 letters in your suitcase you can discover entire worlds and head off on an adventure through your own imagination…Together with “Christine Nöstlinger Buchstabenfabrik” and the Austrian National Library, we have developed a new project that aims to give 2nd grade pupils a wholly new approach to reading.

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My Beethoven

A rucksack and a good musical hiking map are vital supplies for a happy day’s walking through the Heiligenstadt vineyards: this is where hundreds of children will first meet ‘their’ Beethoven. We’ll follow in the footsteps of the master as we walk through his much loved landscapes, ending our journey at his apartment in the Probusgasse.

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Singing with the Vienna Boys’ Choir

There is great excitement each month in many primary school classes in Vienna when the postie brings a package from the most distant corners of the world. Because for each pupil there is a postcard with a new song and they can hardly wait to hear the teachers to read out the accompanying letter from the boys of the one of the most famous youth choirs in the world – the Vienna Boys’ Choir.

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The Wizard of Oz

“The Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum is probably America’s most famous fairytale, which received cult status when it was made into a film with the young Judy Garland (1939). The film’s most well-loved number,  “Over the Rainbow” by Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg, was awarded an Oscar in 1940. The stage version at the Volksoper, directed by Henry Mason and with stage design by Jan Meier, became a huge hit for the whole family.

 

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Brawling in Chioggia

At the Vienna Children’s Theatre, children perform the classics for other children and pass on their very special take on the great works of world literature. A classic will be on the program this year: “Krach in Chiozza”, a magical tale by Carlo Goldoni.

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BLAULI

Every year “BLAULI” the butterfly brings his musicians from the Vienna Konzerthaus into schools to prepare pupils and teachers for a very, very special concert: In the great hall of this famous concert venue the children will become performers and design the programme themselves…

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Singing in the Virgil Chapel

A secret clue at the famous St Stephan’s Square leads to a hidden underground spot in the heart of Vienna. More then 800 years ago Leopold the 5th, who had witnessed the secret power of music in his life, called Meistersinger Walther von der Vogelweide to his court and founded thereby the tradition of Vienna as a city of music…

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Of Socks, Snails and Sandals

It’s not all about “socks, snails and sandals”! The Vienna Roman Museum wants to give 3rd year primary school pupils an insight into the life and history of the Romans with workshops and teaching materials for the classroom…

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Nobody can escape the sound of the philharmonic brass and in this project they offer a special programme for the youngest members of the audience: primary school children. The music is inspiring and rousing, with works by Strauss, Mozart and film music classics.

 

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Up Close and Personal With the RSO

School classes can look forward something special during a rehearsal visit at the ORF Funkhaus: they will sit right in the middle of the ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra and hear up close how the instruments really sound…

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Die Moldau

This year, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra’s program includes “Die Moldau”. The orchestra will be joined on stage by Johannes Wildner, Marko Simsa and a young dance ensemble under the choreography of Karin Steinbrugger. The audience will also be directly involved in the performance, creating water sounds and music to transform the concert hall into a big blue sea….

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Colorful Crowd

What do the color white and an empty room have in common? They seem to complement each other!
And what do three guys, armed with brooms, shovels and buckets, have in common with the audience? No idea!

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