We invite you to take part in the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra’s open dress rehearsals programme. Participants are able to follow the process of concert preparation, observe the work of the conductor, the soloists and the orchestra. The programme includes introduction to the presented music, taking part in the rehearsal and meeting with the musicians directly afterwards.
Open Dress Rehearsals
high school and university students, adult audience, seniors
The Little Philharmonic is a joint label for concert projects on which Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir musicians collaborate with students from secondary music schools and music universities. Professionals and teenagers jointly form an orchestra which prepares programmes for selected Sunday concerts for children. From the beginning the orchestra is conducted at rehearsals and during concerts by assistant to Warsaw Philharmonic’s artistic director. Intensive rehearsals are held...
secondary music school and music universities students, Warsaw Philharmonic...
Newsletters published by Warsaw Philharmonic Education Department, one addressed to children, the other – to teenagers. The editors and originators of these publications are our young volunteers. Editorial work in the 2019/2020 concert season is coordinated by Agata Kwiecińska.
Afisz – newsletter
The Warsaw Philharmonic volunteer programme began in 2013. Its aim is to develop the volunteers’ interests and passions through participation in the Philharmonic’s day-to-day work. Together with the young volunteers we have created a programme that takes the greatest possible advantage of their interests and potential. We organise free time for children during concert breaks, publish the Kids and Teens’ Review – a magazine addressed to children and young music lovers....
high school and university students under 25
We invite new schools to join the ranks of educational institutions collaborating with Warsaw Philharmonic. Our joint purpose is to encourage young people to attend Warsaw Philharmonic concerts and participate actively in educational projects. Students from our partner schools have precedence over others in booking tickets for the “Simply Philharmonic!” concert cycles and in taking part in Warsaw Philharmonic educational projects. We also provide free tickets for their chaperones.
Cooperation with Educational Department
high school students and teachers, university councils
We invite you to visit those parts of Warsaw Philharmonic that normally remain inaccessible to the concert audience. These rooms, which fill with the sounds of music in the evenings, during the day become a perfect territory to explore for those dreaming of a musical adventure.
organised groups of up to 25 children or teenagers