January01 2024 (Mon)
5:30 PM

New Year's Concert - Hallelujah

Czech Collegium Ensemble

Spanish Synagogue | Classical Music

60 minutes | Not available

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Date: January 01, 2024 | 17:30 (Mon)
Venue: Spanish Synagogue
Duration: 60 minutes
Status: Not available
Group discount 10+ people
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New Year's Day afternoon concert - music from W. A. Mozart to L. Cohen

Hear famous opera and musical melodies as well as popular classical pieces. The program focuses mainly on Jewish composers. Soprano Michaela Šrůmová, member of National Theatre Opera Prague, and renowned Czech Collegium Ensemble guarantee your great artistic experience.


  • G. Verdi: Nabucco – Overture
  • G. F. Händel: Let the bright Seraphim
  • F. Mendelssohn: Oratorio Elijah – Höre, Israel
  • P. Mascagni: Intermezzo sinfonico
  • G. Mahler: Des knaben Wuderhorn
  • J. Bock: Šumař na střeše (Fiddler on the roof)
  • G. Puccini: La Boheme – aria Musetta
  • L. Bernstein: West Side Story
  • L. Cohen: Hallelujah
  • M. Janowski: Avinu Malkeinu
  • Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody
  • I. Kalman: Heia in der Bergen


Michaela Šrůmová/ Naděžda Chrobáková - soprano
Miroslav Kejmar - trumpet

Ensemble Czech Collegium:
Pavel Šafařík
- I. violin
Petr Hlaváč - II. violin
Vladimir Bazant - viola
Jaroslav Matějka - cello
Lukáš Verner - bass

Ensemble Czech Cllegium is a significant music ensemble of Prague music scene. It was founded by members of the Prague Symphony Orchestra and is an essential part of Prague's cultural life.

The soprano Michaela Šrůmová is a member National Theatre Opera in Prague, where she is valued not only for her velvet voice and musicality, but also for her great versatility.

Trumpeter Miroslav Kejmar belongs among the elite Czech players on brass instruments. He is a longtime member of the Czech Philharmonic, to whose international success he is a significant contributor. He is the founder and permanent member of the Prague Brass Ensemble.

Our experience:

The interior of the synagogue is breathtaking. The concert lasts about 60 minutes and is brilliantly performed by the ensemble and soloists. The audience clearly loved it and so did we. 


  • No intermission
  • Children under 6 years free of charge
  • Dress code: casual 

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