Ayla Kabaca. Photo: Peter Hagström
Maria Itkonen. Photo: Björn Mattisson-Richter
Medlemmar ur Kungliga Filharmonikerna. Photo: Mats Lundqvist
School concert – Record – in all measures and scales
We marvel at world records together with Ayla Kabaca.
Tuesday 13 February 2024 09.30Ends approximately 10.20
Price:The school concerts are free, and your registration is binding. Should you be prevented, this must be notified no later than the day before the concert to email@example.com, otherwise we will invoice you a no-show fee of SEK 500. Please note that they are aimed at students and pre-school classes who come during school or pre-school hours together with teachers. Private visitors are referred to the regular concert program.
For primary school.
Join the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Ayla Kabaca in the search for the world’s various records. We’re getting out our metresticks, scales, stopwatches and thermometers and filling this concert with fantastic music and a passion for discovery.
Where is the hottest place in the world? What’s the fastest train in the world? The biggest instrument at Konserthuset? Which record can we find in this orchestra? Records was born from the fascination we all might have for various records – and the idea is to try to break a record at each concert!
The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Ayla Kabaca astound and amaze us as we learn about records ranging from tiniest to biggest in our exciting world. Over the past decade, Ayla Kabaca and Klas Backman have created numerous family concerts for kids of all ages in partnership with Konserthuset.
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Records – in all measures and scales
- Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
- Maria Itkonen conductor
- Ayla Kabaca host