November09 2020 (Mon)
8:00 PM

Carl Orff: Carmina Burana

Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague

Municipal House - Smetana Hall | Classical Music

65 minutes | Sold out

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Date: November 09, 2020 | 20:00 (Mon)
Venue: Municipal House - Smetana Hall
Duration: 65 minutes
Status: Sold out
Group discount 10+ people
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Carl Orff: Carmina Burana in the Municipal House, Prague

The Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague will perform one of the most popular works of music history - Carmina Burana by composer Carl Orff. The concert takes place in the prestigious concert hall, the Smetana Hall of the Prague Municipal House.

The concert will be accompanied by a special light choreography. It will be a spectacular audiovisual show.

Few classical works enjoy such popularity across generations and listeners of different musical genres. Only O, Fortuna, featured in nearly a hundred films and television shows, was declared one of the most widely used compositions in the film industry.

It has also been in the spotlight of advertising producers, musicians and computer game makers. It was given pop and metal arrangements, remixes (i.e from Tiesto), beatbox cover or transcription for solo guitar or drums.

Program:

  • Calr Orff: Carmina Burana

Performed by:

Soloists
Bohemian Choir Prague
Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague

The Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague was founded by its current director and chief conductor Martin Šanda. High professional level of musicians guarantees the best quality and perfect flexibility of musical interpretation.

The orchestra´s repertoire is large, it interprets also the most ambitious works composed for the symphonic orchestra. The orchestra collaborates with well-known instrumentalists, vocal soloists and choirs, such as the Bohemian Choir Prague.

Conductor:

Martin Šanda

See the video of orchestra here.

Important:

  • No inermission
  • Recommended dress code: smart casual
  • Program subject to change. 

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