Czech Collegium 1704 J.S. Bach – Mass in B minor

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.

Moser Glass

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.

 

Prague Spring International Music Festival – May 2015

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).

Return of Rembrant

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

Paul Simon & Sting

On the stage together, in Prague on March 14, 2015. Contact the concierge for the tickets availability.

Pilsner Urquell Brewery

Did you know that the Pilsner Urquell tour is one of the world’s best rated tourist attractions? It’s no wonder, because the tour is full of interesting facts which will impress even very demanding visitors.

History lovers will be impressed by the model of the brewery from the 19th century, the brew house from the 1930s and the historical cellars, where Pilsner Urquell beer is still produced today using the same traditional method as during the era of the first brewer.

The city of Pilsen is approx. 1 hour drive from Prague.

Please contact us the concierge desk and we will be pleased to organize the trip for you.

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra – concert pianist Daniil Trifonov

Hearing Trifonov is like having a deep-tissue massage: you keep wanting to pull away from the sheer intensity of it, and you come out feeling as if your reality had been slightly altered. His recital [was a knockout] . . .” Washington Post, January 2013

The concert at Rudolfinum on February 25-26-27, 2015

Moncler boutique

Prague is welcoming Moncler.

Established in 1952, Moncler’s quintessential quilted Jacket has remained the choice of the world’s most demanding athletes and of great explorers whilst scaling the epic peaks of Karakorum & Makalù. Today, as throughout its history, Moncler garments maintain a sense of style that is both personal and liberating – a style beyond the realm of transient fashion. 

Now located on Paris street in Prague.

Collegium 1704 W.A.Mozart: Mass in C Minor

The first performance took place in Salzburg on 26 October 1783. The performance consisted of the Kyrie, Gloria and Sanctus and took place in the Church of St. Peter’s Abbey in the context of a Roman Catholic mass.

The concert will take place at Rudolfinum on February 24, 2015.

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton moved the locations in Prague. The new address is Parizska 3, Prague 1. The opening hours remain unchanged. Come and explore the latest arrivals of famous French collection.

 

Zdeněk Burian – To the End of the World

Museum Kampa and Retro Gallery present over forty paintings by the eminent Czech painter and illustrator, Zdeněk Burian (1905—1981). This will mark the first time that many of these works are being publicly displayed.

The exhibition’s title, To the End of the World, brings the three thematic groups together. In his works, Zdeněk Burian encompasses the whole world — be it through the covers of books for adventure stories, the dramatic landscapes from the Wide World or the faces of indigenous people. He will take you to the mighty Amazon River, American skyscrapers, scorched deserts, swollen rivers and roaring waterfalls. And maybe even to the end of the world.

December 16, 2014 – February 15, 2015

 

Joseph Fuhrich: From Chrastava to Vienna

The Collection of 19th-century Art of the National Gallery in Prague, in collaboration with the Regional Gallery in Liberec have prepared an exhibition of the complete?? works of the painter Joseph Führich (1800–1876). The exhibition will thus present for the first time an all-inclusive ensemble of works of this outstanding artist, a representative of religious painting in our country.

Date: till 25.01.2015
Place: Salm Palace