July13 2022 (Wed)
7:00 PM

Famous Opera Choruses

Prague Proms Festival 2022

Municipal House - Smetana Hall | Opera and Ballet

105 minutes | Not available

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Date: July 13, 2022 | 19:00 (Wed)
Venue: Municipal House - Smetana Hall
Duration: 105 minutes
Status: Not available
Group discount 10+ people
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Classical music concert in the Municipal House: the most beautiful choral scenes from Rusalka, Carmen or Aida

The Smetana Hall of the Municipal House is the perfect festive and dignified backdrop for this exceptional concert: fans of ethereal choral music will certainly be pleased to hear that the Czech National Symphony Orchestra will be teaming up with a mixed choir at Prague Proms. 

Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno enjoys international acclaim, having collected awards from literally all over the world.

Working alongside choirmaster Petr Fiala and the conductor Marcello Rota, the organisers have put together a program featuring famous choral scenes from a number of operas, which when performed by this two hundred member choir, is sure to deliver a truly unique experience.


  • The Bartered Bride (Bedřich Smetana):
    “Let's rejoice and be merry”
    “To beer!”
  • Rusalka (Antonín Dvořák):
    White blossoms all along the road
  • Prince Igor (Alexandr Porfirjevič Borodin):
    Polovtsian Dances
    Carmen (Georges Bizet)
    “Les voici, les voici”
  • Lohengrin (Richard Wagner)
    “Treulich geführt”
  • The Troubadour (Giuseppe Verdi):
     “Vedi le fosche notturne”
  • Macbeth
     “Patria opressa”
  • Nabucco 
     “Va pensiero”
  • Aida
    Gran finale secondo “Gloria all´Egitto”

Performed by: 

Czech National Symphony Orchestra
Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno
Marcello Rota
- conductor
Petr Fiala - choir master


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