Dates

22 May

Location

Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Auditorium

Running time

6:00 (incl. grand finale 0:45)

Tickets

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Korendag 2019

On Sunday 22 May 2022, Dutch National Opera presents the annual Children's Chorus Festival (Kinderkorenfestival) in Dutch National Opera & Ballet.

Festival: 11:00 - 17:15 hrs.
Grand finale: 16:30 hrs.

THE FESTIVAL IN A NUTSHELL

Children's choruses from all over the country can sign up for this day. The children are offered a preparatory workshop prior to the festival. During the festival, the programme includes various workshops, such as play and movement. The day offers a special introduction to the art of opera and a unique look behind the scenes. During a grand finale, the choruses perform a song together, specially written and composed for the festival. Parents and other people interested are invited to attend this festive finale.

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You can register via the button below. Participation requires some preparation. You will be informed in time.

SINGING TOGETHER

Many children's choruses in the Netherlands enjoy the fun of singing with each other every week. Dutch National Opera would like to offer them a chance to get to know all the possibilities offered by the biggest opera house in the Netherlands. Come and experience what it is like to sing and play together with other children's choruses on the stage of Dutch National Opera & Ballet. The very first edition of the Children's Chorus Festival took place in 2015; since then, every year around 300 children from all over the country participate in this special day.

Kinderkorenfestival
Kinderkorenfestival 2019 | Photo: Kim Krijnen
Kinderkorenfestival
Kinderkorenfestival 2017 | Photo: Kim Krijnen

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Kinderkorenfestival
Kinderkorenfestival 2018 | Photo: Kim Krijnen
Kinderkorenfestival
Kinderkorenfestival 2019 | Photo: Kim Krijnen
Kinderkorenfestival
Kinderkorenfestival 2018 | Photo: Kim Krijnen
Kinderkorenfestival
Kinderkorenfestival 2019 | Photo: Kim Krijnen
Kinderkorenfestival
Kinderkorenfestival 2019 | Photo: Kim Krijnen
Kinderkorenfestival
Kinderkorenfestival 2017 | Photo: Kim Krijnen