MIRIAM HYDE: Kelso Ouverture
JOHANNES BRAHMS: Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 in B flat major Op. 83
ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK: Symphony No. 8 in G major Op. 88 „English“
Yingdi Sun | piano
The Orchestra is playing on June 17 and 18, 2015.
Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva, the winner of 2010 Operalia – Plácido Domingo’s World Opera Competition, ranks among the most significant singers of the young generations and she is celebrated at world’s front opera scenes.
She will be in Prague on June 11th, 2015.
Together, they will be performing Brahms’s Piano Concerto in D Minor Op. 15. Dvořák’s Symphony No. 7 in D Minor Op. 70, will be heard on the second half of the programme.
It is closing concert of Prague Spring Festival on June 3rd, 2015.
The Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia has a very long history, reaching back to 1908, when it was founded. With its present conductor Sir Antonio Pappano, the ensemble appears regularly in leading concert halls (Royal Albert Hall, Suntory Hall). In 2009, the British Classic FM Magazine listed it among the world’s ten best orchestras.
The orchestra is playing in Prague during Prague Spring International Festival on May 28, 2015.
For the programme the St. Petersburg Philharmonic has chosen a single work: Shostakovich’s monolithic Symphony No. 7 in C major, Op. 60 “Leningrad” , a moving testimony of the Nazi siege of the city.
The orchestra is playing in Prague during Prague Spring Festival on May 16th, 2015.
Black Angel’s Bar is designed in the style of 1930s restaurants, the so-called ‘public houses’, where people of all social strata met their friends after a hard day’s work to cheer the spirit with a good drink, which was then quite unaccountably banned. Located on the second lower level of the hotel U Prince in Old Town Square, it was previously called the Black Angel. The premises with the original Gothic and Romanesque masonry, which creates an atmosphere of secretly ‘getting together’, immerse you in the mood of black and white films, where the names of cocktails are not just void of meaning.
In his new project Venezia, Max Emanuel Cencic offers arias of baroque Venice written by Antonio Vivaldi, Francesco Gasparini, Tomaso Albinoni, and Antonio Lotti. The concert at Rudolfinum concert hall on April 4th, 2015.
The opera Don Giovanni, the Estates Theatre and the long-standing Mozart tradition are among the greatest glories of Prague’s cultural history. The Estates Theatre is globally unique in that it is the one and only preserved and still functional venue where a world premiere of a Mozart opera took place with the composer himself conducting.
The performance is scheduled in the program for season 2014-2015.
The work was one of Bach’s last compositions, not completed until 1749, the year before his death. The Mass was never performed in its entirety during Bach’s lifetime; the first documented complete performance took place in 1859. Since the nineteenth century it has been widely hailed as one of the greatest compositions in musical history, and today it is frequently performed and recorded.
From the very beginning the fame of Moser Glassworks has been based on the handmade art of master glassmakers, cutters, painters and engravers. Each piece created is unique and requires precise, step by step mastery of the entire hand production process. The secrets of their artistic and craftsmanship skills have been traditionally handed down from generation to generation.
Do not hesitate to contact the concierge desk for the store locations or to organize the visit to Moser factory in Karlovy Vary.
The Prague Spring International Music Festival is a permanent showcase for outstanding performing artists, symphony orchestras and chamber music ensembles of the world.
Prague Spring’s traditional venue is the Rudolfinum concert hall, a venerable Neo-renaissance building with an excellent auditorium, situated on the bank of the Vltava River. It is complemented by Prague’s ornate Municipal House (Obecní dům).
Thanks to a generous grant from Bank of America Merrill Lynch through its global Art Conservation Project, the only Rembrandt painting in the Czech Republic has been returned for display at the Šternberk Palace in Prague following extensive research and restoration that took almost a year to complete.
Available daily except Mondays from 10:00 – 18:00