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Articles tagged with "children"

Opening the doors to our theatre, and opening minds about opera and ballet

9 June 2014

Harriet Harman draws some curious conclusions from a visit to the ROH.

What pieces of music should every child hear?

4 June 2014

With the importance of music in education once more in the headlines, what music would you ensure everyone had access to?

Watch: Director Natalie Abrahami on How the Whale Became

5 December 2013

A behind-the-scenes glimpse of rehearsals for the operatic adaptation of Ted Hughes’s creation tales.

Fun for All the Family: Operas originally created for children

7 November 2013

Opera has a long tradition of child-friendly works. Before curtain up on How the Whale Became, a few iconic examples.

ROH Thurrock Summer events 2013: song, dance, jazz, rap and opera

23 May 2013

A diverse programme of concerts and workshops ahead at Thurrock.

The pursuit of happiness: how the arts are essential to childrens’ experience of school

2 May 2013

Conference concludes that arts-based learning is vital.

Taking children to the opera? Listen without prejudice

2 April 2013

Director John Fulljames on creating works specifically for young people.

Watch: Director John Fulljames on The Firework-Maker's Daughter

18 February 2013

A look at a new opera based on Philip Pullman's novel.

What is education for? We look at the arts in schools

2 August 2012

We visit a group of 10-year-olds as they stage their own opera.

Opera Sleepover: The Morning After the Night Before

25 May 2012

Pillow fights, pyjamas and popcorn. A look back at the first sleepover at the Royal Opera House.

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