June27 2022 (Mon)
7:00 PM

Radek Pastrňák & Czech National Symphony Orchestra

Prague Proms Festival 2022

Municipal House - Smetana Hall | Classical Music

70 minutes | Not available

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Date: June 27, 2022 | 19:00 (Mon)
Venue: Municipal House - Smetana Hall
Duration: 70 minutes
Status: Not available
Group discount 10+ people
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Czech National Symphony Orchestra with the outstanding guitarist and poet in Smetana Hall, Municipal House

Czech writer of many popular songs, Radek Pastrňák is also well-sought guitarist and poet, and the personality behind the legendary band Buty. But above all, he’s an artist with a distinctive sense of humour, original lyrics not to mention quirky melodies, who has become a true phenomenon on the Czech music scene. Another part of his rise to stardom included taking on one of the main roles in the legendary Czech film The Ride by director Jan Svěrák, which secured him a Czech Lion for the best music.

On this occasion, along with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra and Steven Mercurio, he will present a handpicked selection of some of the most widely loved compositions in symphonic form, arranged by the aforementioned Steven Mercurio, who has collaborated on similar projects with Andrea Bocelli, Sting and Pražský výběr. Vít Pospíšil and Zdeněk Němec will write the other arrangements, allowing listeners to tune into immortal hits such as ‘František’, ‘Tata’, ‘Mám jednu ruku dlouhou’ and ‘Nad stádem koní’.

The orchestra will be bolstered by Jan Hasenöhrl, David Fárek, Vít Pospíšil, Lukáš Chejn, Tomáš Uhlík and Ondřej Pomajsl. Hosted by the Smetana Hall of the Municipal House, this promises to be an exceptional show.


  • Ohambí, Radek Pastrňák
  • Ahoj, já jsem Radek, Radek Pastrňák 
  • Krtek, Radek Pastrňák
  • Malinkého ptáčka, Radek Pastrňák 
  • Tata, Radek Pastrňák
  • Demáček, Radek Pastrňák
  • MEDLEY Tytriliáda – Temelín – Tramtáryje, Radek Pastrňák
  • Do Ruska, Radek Pastrňák
  • Maso, Andrei Toader, Radek Pastrňák
  • Pes, Radek Pastrňák
  • Vlaky, Radek Pastrňák
  • Čenda a Tonda, Radek Pastrňák
  • Pocit, Vít Rottr
  • František, Radek Pastrňák
  • Píseň práce, Radek Pastrňák
  • Lanovka, Milan Nytra
  • Trumpeta, Radek Pastrňák
  • Jednou ráno, Radek Pastrňák
  • Nad stádem koní, Vít Rottr
  • Mám jednu ruku dlouhou, Radek Pastrňák
  • Hajcman blues, Radek Pastrňák
  • Jedno pivo, Radek Pastrňák
  • Vrána, Radek Pastrňák


Czech National Symphony Orchestra
Steven Mercurio - conductor
Radek Pastrňák - vocal, guitar
Jan Hasenöhrl - trumpet
David Fárek - saxophone
Vít Pospíšil - keyboards
Lukáš Chejn - guitar
Tomáš Uhlík - bass guitar
Ondřej Pomajsl - drums

About CNSO: 

The orchestra has gained a position among both Czech and Europe’s top symphonic ensembles. Renowned for its versatility, the orchestra presents annually a broad program ranging from classical music concerts through contemporary genre, film scores, jazz, or musicals.

In its new era, The Czech National Symphony Orchestra is also organizing summer Prague Proms Festival which annually attracts the audience for presenting greatest international performers.

Such composers, conductors, and performers as Ennio Morricone, Lalo Schifrin, James Morrison, Branford & Wynton Marsalis, Pino Donnagio, Giuliano Taviani, José Carreras, Danny Elfman, Vince Mendoza, Giuseppe Tornatore, Carl Davis repeatedly come back to Prague to either record with the orchestra or perform in the beautiful Smetana Hall of Prague´s Municipal House, the home concert stage of the orchestra.

The Czech National Symphony Orchestra was established in 1993 by trumpet player Jan Hasenöhrl. A spiritual father at the birth of the CNSO was the legendary conductor Zdeněk Košler. In the year 1996, the American Paul Freeman took over as Chief Conductor, and remained in this position for fantastic ten years. At the beginning of the year 2007, Maestro Libor Pešek was named the Chief Conductor. In 2019, Pešek stepped down from his role. The sceptre was taken by an American conductor Steven Mercurio, former pupil of Leonard Bernstein. 


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