Onderwijsniveauages 8 15
Visit the Residentie Orkest with your entire group. The morning begins with an introduction by a musician from the orchestra. Next, the students visit the rehearsal of the orchestra, for which they receive listening assignments. Maybe something will go wrong during the rehearsal… Exciting! Afterwards the students evaluate the rehearsal. Which instruments did they see and hear? We conclude the activity with a workshop about making music, conducting and composing. At the end of Go R.O. the group knows more about how an orchestra works and the students can name different orchestral instruments.
Location: At Amare
Duration: 1 x 2 hours
Date: on request
Price: 125 euro per group
Suitable for: ages 8-15
Workshops regarding the orchestra in the season 2021-2022 take place in our beautiful new building, Amare. Below, you will find practical information on how to get to this rehearsal and concert venue.
2526 HZ The Hague
Within walking distance of The Hague Central Station
Tram 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 15 and 16 and bus 22, 24, 28 and 31 stop in front of the building
Underneath Amare is a bicycle shelter with 1500 spaces and a parking garage (paid) with 700 parking spaces
Read the descriptions of the workshops and choose one or more.
Complete the digital application form.
Our Educational Department will contact you to select a date and confirm your request by sending a price offer.
Sign and return the offer.
Subsequently, you will receive an e-mail with all the information you need.
The workshops we offer are liable to changes due to developments and measures concerning Covid-19. We apply strict protocols for everyone’s safety during all of our workshops and concerts. If our musicians will visit your school, we would like to be informed of the school’s protocol so that we can take the relevant measures.
It is possible to combine the workshop with other educational activities. This enables you to provide consecutive activities for one or more age groups (years) in the school.
"The children have had a wonderful time listening to the fantastic musicians and learning about the wider context in which the music has been played and composed. "
- JOANNE KILPATRICK BRITISH SCHOOL