KT at the Royal Opera’s Påsklov Children’s Concert

I constantly have my eyes open for family-friendly, kids centered events happening in the city. 

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Thanks to Little Bear Abroad for the fabulous list of seasonal kid-friendly events taking place in Stockholm. Last year, we went on the Easter Egg hunt at the Royal Palace. This year, I shortlisted the Easter flower show at Ulriksdal Palace Park or the Easter Children’s concert at the Royal Opera House.

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Since we will be lost in a world of flowers at Keukenhof later this month, I decided to take KT for the concert!

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Having heard and seen pictures of the Operan and the world-class performances that take place there, I was super excited about our visit.

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The red carpeted stairway, the majestic sculptures and ceiling paintings embossed in gold was a glorious spectacle.

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The concert was scheduled at 11 am at the Opera’s Gold Foyer.

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We eagerly waited for the giant doors to open!

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The Gold Foyer was very stately.

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We enjoyed a musical treat of ‘Bland Fågelfångare och Älvor’ (translated Among Birdwatchers and Elves) – sung by Jens Persson, Mirjam Pfeiffer on Cello and Daniel Hormazabal Cortés on the piano.

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Soon after the concert, the musicians interacted with the kids and let them try their instruments!

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