- 22 mar – 18 apr 2020, The Göteborg Opera Foyer.
Exciting activities for children and young people.
Premiere of the Family Foyer! Fun days where children and young people can dance, sing, listen, play and learn more about all the art forms to be found at the Göteborg Opera. The Family Foyer is arranged four times a year. Admission free to all activities (places may be limited). We look forward to seeing you.
22 March and 18 April 2020
The Café is open from 10.30 – 13.30.
Sing with the children’s choir
For children aged 6-9 who like to sing, without parents.
Join a rehearsal with the Göteborg Opera Children’s Choir. We sing simple tunes together and finish with a small concert (at 12:00) for the parents. The choir is led by Birgitta Mannerström Molin.
Meet at 11.15 outside the Opera Shop in the Foyer
Dance with baby
Dance class for parents with babies who cannot yet crawl or walk (approx. 3-8 months).
An enjoyable way to exercise and dance – together with your baby. Wear comfortable clothes that you can move freely in. No previous experience required. The dance class is led by Angelina Allen de Melo, a dancer in GöteborgsOperans Danskompani. Want to learn more? E-mail email@example.com
Limited places available, booking essential. Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Two sessions during the day, at 11.00-11.45 and 12.15–13.00 The Small Stage
Songs & Stories
For children aged 2-6, with parent.
Stories, songs and games – both things you might recognise and brand new tales. Limited places available, booking essential.
Two sessions during the day, at 11.30–12.00 and 12.30–13.00. The Opera Bar
Limited places available, booking essential.
Booking from 12/3 för 22/3
Booking from 6/4 för 18/4
Course on views of the performing arts, for young people aged 13–16.
Opera, dance, musicals, costume design, equipment... What actually happens in an opera house? “Opera DåNuSen” (The Opera then and now) is an inspiring series of meetings with discussions and exercises where you learn more about all the art forms to be found in the building, and how they are created. How have the performing arts evolved through history, and what do you think they will be like in the future? Who decides what is “good” and who gets to do what on the stage? Each session lasts about 1.5 hours. It is fine to come to individual sessions. Limited places available, booking essential.
Meet at 11.30 outside the Opera Shop in the Foyer
Psst – Guided tour while you are waiting for your child
Join us for a guided tour behind the scenes while your children enjoy their activity.