The jovial, musical cow on the roof

Kulturschultüte pupils will discover unusual compositions and have the chance to accompany the Vienna Symphony Orchestra with homemade instruments and their own voices – all in the great hall of the Vienna Musikverein!

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Rejoice and be glad

The Vienna symphony Orchestra offers a richly diverse programme this school year with many choral and orchestral pieces for the festive season. In the concert “Rejoice and be glad”, audiences are invited not only to listen but to themselves become of the performance.

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passwort:kammermusik1: Beethoven reveals all!

The world-famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is celebrating Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday with his beautiful septet in Eb-major in a concert in the Vienna’s MuTh. In this concert, Beethoven is not presented as a supernal hero, but instead as someone who wished to move people with his music.

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Einen Jux will er sich machen (He Will Go on a Spree)

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. Next year, the young actors will take on Johann Nestroy’s ‘Einen Jux will er sich machen’. As the title suggests, things are about to get turbulent in the most humorous of ways. The children on stage and in the audience will have a lot to laugh about…

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Pinocchio

Who hasn’t heard the story of the wooden puppet that comes to life and whose nose grows, whenever he lies? Before the runaway can be reunited with his father Geppetto to become a real boy of flesh and blood, he has to fight his way through many adventures…

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The Ghost of Canterville

Witching hour at the Volksoper! In the coming school year, the stage of the opera house will be transformed into Canterville Castle, home to Simon, the ancient household spook, who has been condemned to remain forever a ghost.

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The Me-Ma-Mu-sicians: off into the rainforest!

This year the Me-Ma-Mu-sicians are taking Kulturschultüte primary school children on a journey into the jungle. Exciting musical adventures with unfamiliar animals, new sounds and fun songs. Meet us on the jungle train and don’t forget your tickets!

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Music you can touch: Beethoven

“Musik zum Angreifen” (“Music you can touch”) is a series of Jeunesse events exclusively for Vienna primary schools.

When Ludwig van Beethoven was born, 250 years ago, nobody knew that a genius had just taken his first breath. This Jeunesse production gives an insight into the emotional world of both the composer and the individual and asks the question: how and where to can we channel our own feelings?

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The Four Seasons

What causes the four seasons? How does the landscape around us change throughout the year, and what does that mean for us? And above all: how to artists depict the changing phases of the year? Primary school classes will discover the answers to these and many other questions during an exciting interactive tour at the Albertina….

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Peter and the Wolf

The Vienna Symphony Orchestra is bringing the most famous orchestral work for young audiences to new and unusual concert venues in Vienna…

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream – makes one think of elves, fairy kings, Puck, magic and, of course, love. And the magical journey will start already in a classroom workshop with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra…

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Password: Chamber Music 2

This school year the famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra proudly presents the project “passwort:kammermusik2” with its wonderful woodwind ensemble: and Antonín Dvořák’s Serenade in D minor for 10 wind instruments, cello and bass, op. 44 is on the programme…

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How does the Wiener Konzerthaus really sound?

Pupils and their teachers can look forward to an experimental journey of sound onstage and backstage at the Vienna Konzerthaus. Under the guidance of experienced musical outreach coaches every child will experiment with materials and sounds, test out instrument and even try their hand at conducting.

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The Government Inspector

Confusion and chaos in the Russian province? An unknown traveller throws a corrupt Russian town and its municipal government into turmoil. The officials are up to their ears in dirty doings and they fear the young man is from the financial authorities…

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Peter Pan

Who doesn’t dream of becoming Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up on the island of “Neverland”? The choreographer Vesna Orlic brings him, his cheeky fairy-friend Tinker Bell and his adversary Captain Hook to new life with her ballet “Peter Pan”…

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Illustrated: Franz Schubert

The Vienna Boys Choir is getting up close and personal with one of the greats, using his letters, diary entries and travelogues. The project “Gezeichnet: Franz Schubert” will yield a complex portrait of the romantic Franz Schubert, created with humour, pencils and much music.

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Albertos Adventures: Knights and Princesses

Princess Rosamunde has fallen off her horse and injured herself. By pure coincidence Sir Daniel passes by and hurries to her aid. He brings her home, falls in love and asks for her hand. But he won’t make her his wife that easily…

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The Me-Ma-Mu-sicians: On the high seas

Kulturschultüte pupils can look forward to something very special this year: Melanie and Mani, two wonderful singers and musicians, will visit the children and their teachers in school and take them on a journey across the high seas!

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Musik zum Angreifen: Next Door

“Musik zum Angreifen” (“Music you can touch”) is a series of Jeunesse events exclusively for Vienna primary schools.
In spring 2019 a little mouse will send chaos into the lives of its three neighbours: they couldn’t be more different and are absolutely not the best of friends. But that’s only until our little mouse plays a few tricks to bring them together.

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Pictures at an Exhibition

In order to enable a shared introduction into the world of classical music AND museums, a special collaboration has been initiated: the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Albertina allow images to resonate in the language of music!

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Password: Chamber Music

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna Konzerthaus have designed a special series of concerts especially for primary school pupils. The children can get up close to the musicians and their instruments to hear and see how they breathe, what they feel, and how they play with passion to the highest standards…

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A Midsummer Night’s dream

Primary school children participating in the KULTURSCHULTÜTE are being taken on a magical journey this year! The Vienna Children’s Theatre with its actors aged six to sixteen, is bringing William Shakespeare’s comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream to the stage: four unlucky lovers are at the centre of this humorous confusion…

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Mozart – The Big Cheese

Wolfang Amadeus Mozart is the star of this year’s musical theatre performance by the Vienna Boys’ Choir. In the concert venue MuTh, pupils can get to know Mozart on many levels: as a boy genius and ‚rockstar’ of his time, who composed the greatest „hits“ that are still being played across the world today…

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Inspektor X and the Stolen Necklace

What could an old fox possibly be doing in the most venerable Musikverein? An expensive necklace has been stolen and he must help find it! But to do this he needs lots of clever assistants who, alongside the musicians of the Bruckner Orchestra Linz, will go on a search with the adventurer and his trombone…

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Home Can be Anywhere

This season, Jeunesse showcases an interactive musical theatre experience by Irena Kobald and Freya Blackwood: ‘Home can be anywhere’, after the book of the same name, guides the children through two worlds by means of different sounds…

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Two Lines and Two Dots

How do paintings end up in a gallery? What does a painter need to paint a picture? Which tricks do artists use to paint faces?

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When Mr Monday and Mrs Friday

Just like the notes of a scale, the days of the week have a very special order – children usually learn this when they start school. But what happens when Mrs Friday and Mr Monday decided to dance out of line…

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A High Time With Haydn!

After a preparatory workshop in the classroom, primary school pupils can look forward to a “Haydn-Spaß (a “High Time With Haydn”) at the MuTh concert hall. Music teachers and musicians at Augarten are currently preparing for a fairy-tale opera …

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“Der Bauer als Millionär”: a Play by Ferdinand Raimund

The Vienna Children’s Theatre will spirit children away into a magical world of elves and fairies. In ‘Der Bauer als Millionär’ the children will discover Ferdinand Raimund’s fairytale first of all in their classroom and then at the big performances in the MuTh…

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Museum in a Shoebox

What did Vienna look like hundreds of years ago? And how did it all begin?

The Wien Museum will answer these questions and many more during a guided tour of the permanent exhibition ‘Fall of the Wall’…

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Password: Chamber Music

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna Konzerthaus have designed a special series of concerts especially for primary school pupils. The children can get up close to the musicians and their instruments to hear and see how they breathe, what they feel, and how they play with passion to the highest standards…

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Hosted by Schubert…a Schubertiade!

When the world famous Golden Hall at the Vienna Musikverein is turned into a living room it can only mean one thing: Franz Schubert is inviting his friends to one of his famous house concerts…

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Hansel and Gretel

For centuries the Vienna Volksoper has nurtured the tradition of bringing “Hansel and Gretel” to the stage at Christmastime. The children of poor broomstick binder Peter break a precious jug and are sent out into the forest by their mother as punishment…

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Concert at the City Hall (Rathaus)

The Vienna Music School has a very special present for pupils, teachers and families: a whole day of music in the beautiful Vienna City Hall, at which children and young people will perform at the very first Youth Orchestra Festival…

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