Classical music gems performed at the impressive Dvořák Hall
Welcome the beginning of summer with the classical music jewels at one of the most famous halls in Prague.
Rudolfinum is one of Europe´s most beautiful and most prestigious concert halls. It was designed in a splendid Neo-Renaissance style and is situated at Jan Palach Square on the bank of the Vltava river near the Jewish Quarter. The building is named after Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria, Hungary and Bohemia, the son of Elisabeth (Sissi) and Franz Joseph I.
- A. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Spring & Summer)
- W. A. Mozart: Famous Aria from Figaro
- J. S. Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D minor (on the big concert organ)
- B. Smetana: Vltava (The Moldau)
- L. v. Beethoven: Symphony No.5 (Allegro)
- W. A. Mozart: Requiem Lacrimosa
- J. S. Bach: Air on the G - String
- G. F. Händel: Largo from Xerxes
- G. Bizet: Habanera from Carmen
- M. Ravel: Bolero
- Ch-M. Widor: Toccata from Symphony No.5
Anda-Louise Bogza - soprano
soprano of the National Theatre in Prague, Aida from the Arena di Verona and a frequent guest at leading opera houses as Vienna, Milano, Dresden, Paris, Rome, Berlin etc.
Aleš Bárta - organ
World famous organ player especially known for his Bach rinterpretations.
Vlastimil Kobrle - violin
One of the Czech Republic´s most acclaimed violinists and since the year 2000 he is the concertmaster of the Symphony Orchestra of Czech Symphonists.
Prague Vivaldi Master´s Orchestra
- No intermission
- Recommended dress code: smart casual
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