J. S. Bach, G. F. Haendel, A. Vivaldi, C. Saint-Saëns
Kostel sv. Mikuláše na Staroměstském náměstí |
60 minut |
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Michal Hanzal - varhany
Martina Bauerová - soprán
František Bílek - trubka
The venue was well chosen for the music genre. I consider the selection as average, some of the songs didn't catch me, others were captivating. The artists-performers were good, especially singer-soprano and organ player.
However two main issues with the whole performance were following - the seating was faced towards the main part of the church, which is understandable (you won't rebuild it. But at least a notification would be recommendable. The other spectators were very confused, that they should face empty space, when performers are behind them. Plus I would like to mention that to turn on some chairs made loud screeching sound, the chairs were really old!
Second issue I had was with heating. There was a line in the event description saying the venue is heated. This was provided by heat lamps, but after you turn them off in 20-30 minutes the cold is back. So either turn them on way before, or try to find a way to let them on during the show, or just change the description!
My experience was affected by other spectators who started to be restless after a while (really taking your 2 small children to a concert of classical music is a great idea) but this was mainly due to the fact, that they couldn't see the performers without turning around.
Thank you for a wonderful evening.
I found this event listed two days before leaving for Prague!
We are so very happy …beautiful music and delightful venue!
The soprano showed a joy that was inspirational
The venue is nice and cosy, well located. The challenge was that while the seat were organized to face the Altair, the musicians performed 80% of time at the back of the church, on the first floor balcony, where organ is located. It was a bit weird, since if you want to observe musicians, you have to sit with your head reversed and up. On the other hand, in the absence of musicians, one had enough time to observe the fresques on the walls and ceilings