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Wie wordt de Maestro

Het bordspel over klassieke Maestro is uit!

€ 48,50 In winkelmand


Pieter de Boer en Herbert van Vliet spelen graag spelletjes en met spelletjes. Deze voorliefde leidde in 2012 tot hun eerste schapenspel Sauesjau en in 2014 tot Schapen vs Wolven. Als typische Hollanders zitten ook muziek en handel in hun bloed. Half mei 2016 is het spel Maestro Ensemble & Symphony uitgekomen – een spannendeĀ en educatieve combinatie.

Maestro: a new, exciting board game about classical music

Do you like classical music or do you want to know more about it? You will love playing Maestro, a new and original boardgame about classical music. You do not need any knowledge of classical music whatsoever: anyone can play this fun game (for 2 to 6 players). The game set consists of two variants: Ensemble and Symphony. Ensemble, the basic game, is easy to play, also for children. It lasts for about 30-45 minutes. Symphony is a more complex game and has opportunities for strategic and challenging game play. A typical play lasts about 1,5 hours.

Playing Ensemble or Symphony will introduce you to the instruments of the orchestra, names of composers of all ages and their most famous works. By means of a QR code on each card, you can listen to the music you ‘play’ during the game and find out what it actually sounds like. Both Ensemble and Symphony can be played in Dutch as well as in English.