Activities September

Activities

You can take part in interesting meetings and exciting concerts and activities at Stevns Folklore Museum.

Kids can also take part in a treasure hunt while exploring the exhibition.

September 2021

8 September 19.00 – 20.00

Stevns Folklore Museum is looking for volunteers

We are currently in the process of planning a lot of projects and activities and are looking for volunteers for tasks such as

  • Event coordinators
  • Volunteer communicators

If you are interested in local history, folklore or have a broad cultural-historical curiosity, you may be one of the people who will be involved in lifting some of the planned projects and activities in the autumn / winter 2021/2022 period.

Join the meeting to learn more or contact us directly:

Aleksandra Olsen, director,  +45 61723391, aleksandra@folkloremuseum.dk
or

Anne Bonde, volunteer coordinator +45 20317766, anneb@our-events.dk

19 September 10.00 – 10.30

A day in Teddy’s life – Concert for kids 2-6 years old

The two sisters Karen Johanne Pedersen (Violin) and Kirstine Elise Pedersen (cello) describe a day in the teddy bear’s life with storytelling and music. The music examples spread across different genres, from early classical music to romance and folk music.
With them they have a big teddy bear which during the day experiences a lot and goes through a lot of emotions and mood swings that most children at that age can relate to.

The concert is 20 minutes long.

Tickets cost 20kr, can be bought upon arrival and are valid to see the museum’s exhibition during the day.

The concert is organized by the Scandinavian Cello School. Scandinavian Cello School celebrates its 5-year anniversary in 2021 with 17 concerts at Stevns in August and September.

25 September

SCS Small town concerts – Stevns Folklore Museum

On September 25, 2 classical concerts with Duo Shaw-Magnussen (cello piano) will be held at Stevns Folklore Museum.

The magical atmosphere of the museum supports and enhances the fantastic, specially composed program inspired by folklore from the classical music world performed by the international award-winning director Jacob Shaw of Scandinavian Cello School and pianist David Lau Magnussen.

Before the concert, there will be an opportunity to enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in the Kingdom of the Cliff King (the museum’s first exhibition) or go for a walk in the museum’s magical courtyard, which is usually closed to visitors.

2 live music meetings (same program):
15.30 – 16.15 (session 1) – free welcome drink from 15
16.45 – 17.30 (session 2) – free welcome drink from 16.20

Tickets cost 50 DKK and can be reserved at info@folkloremuseum.dk or 61723391.

Tickets can also be bought online.