Over 12 years

All of our school programmes are modular-built meaning that we can easily adapt them to any kind of request or circumstance. We can perform at any length between 20 minutes (mainly in festivals, events etc.) and 4 hours (special theme days).

We prefer to deliver it in two, approximately 90 minutes long events.


'If you see Moltopera once, I can guarantee that you'll want to see them again. You may even consider going to an opera house!'

(from a school newspaper)


The first one is László Ágoston's humorous, interactive, thought-provoking introductory presentation demolishing the stereotypes about opera and opening young people's minds, hearts and ears for opera.

After this appetizer, comes the second event, which is an actual interactive concert where the students can meet opera at an arm's length. They can try directing scenes with professional musicians, learn to recognize hidden signs in music, and that they always have to be aware of the circumstances if judging a situation.

We deeply believe that our programmes serve a much broader interest than 'just' making young people familiar with classical music or laying the foundations for the upcoming concert-going generations.

We teach critical thinking. We teach them to question stereotypes. We teach them the freedom to make any opinion - but only based on real facts and truths.


'Yes, also the first part was interesting, but the second was a pure win!'

Zsuzsa Makk
Theatre critic


Technical requirements

I. performance (interactive presentation - one performer)

  • projector (both HDMI and VGA inputs can work)
  • sound system with amplification (3,5mm jack input from a laptop)

II. performance (concert in the school - 3 performers)

  • projector (both HDMI and VGA inputs can work)
  • sound system with amplification (3,5mm jack input from a laptop)
  • piano or a better quality keyboard
  • stage / sufficient space for the actors  (approx 3x4m)

The second performance can also take place in a concert hall with slightly different programme. In this case:

II. performance (concert in a concert hall - 3-5 performers)

  • a tuned piano
  • basic stage lighting
  • the acting area will be approx. 4x6m
  • (depending on the acoustics) one microphone for the speaker (preferably wireless) and one for the audience members invited on stage
  • the singers need no amplification
  • a projector is not a must but in certain venues, we can make use of it

'It was impossible not to think about opera as a complex, modern, and miraculous wonderworld. At Moltopera's concert, every single member of the audience received a key to this fascinating genre that might be grim from the outside but hides incredible richness and excitement inside!'

Nora Kazsimer


For students between 9-12

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