July01 2012 (Sun)
6:00 PM


F. X. Brixi, D. Buxtehude, G. Frescobaldi

St. Nicholas Church Lesser Town | Classical Music

60 minutes | Not available

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Date: July 01, 2012 | 18:00 (Sun)
Venue: St. Nicholas Church Lesser Town
Duration: 60 minutes
Status: Not available

Magnificat - organ concerts of classical music in Prague, in the church of St.Nicholas are unique.

Let yourself for a short moment be taken to the peaceful world of classical music. Listening to organ music in the church of St. Nicholas in Prague can be a spiritual experience.

F. X. Brixi
D. Buxtehude
G. Frescobaldi
J. S. Bach
G. F. Händel
W. A. Mozart

Ondrej Socha – Tenore
Josef Ksica – Organ


Due to technical issues we are going to perform the concerts on the positive organ under the dome where also the whole music production will take place. Therefore we would like to sincerely invite you to the Concerts under the dome!


Josef Kšica graduated from Prague Musical Academy. He has accompanied the Prague Male Choir and he was also a member of the Prague Philharmonic Choir. In 1990, as its conductor, he co-founded the Prague Chamber Choir, since 1999 he is the organist and musical director of the St. Vitus Cathedral and the conductor of the Prague Cathedral Choir. As a harpsichord player and organist, he took part in many festivals (Köln, Schleswig, Stuttgart, Salzburg, Pesaro, Palermo, and Perth), he is also the harpsichord player of the Ars Instrumentalis Pragensis Ensemble (the first prize and the gold medal at the international competition in Osaca 1996).

For concert visitors is St. Nicholas church open 15 minutes before the concert.
Please note there is no intermission.

Price tickets online is the same as the price of tickets in the church.

If you like organ music, you may also enjoy classical music concerts in the basilica of St. James.