Spanish Synagogue & Maisel Synagogue (Prague)

Tickets for concerts in the renowned Spanish Synagogue and Maisel Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter (Prague).

Bolero, Carmina Burana

Czech Collegium (Chamber Ensemble)

Ensemble Czech Collegium and elite soprano perform M. Ravel´s Bolero, C. Orff´s Carmina Burana as well as some Jewish songs.

February 25 | 17:30 (Sun)
6
Duration: 60 minutes
from 21 € (500 CZK)

Hallelujah

Czech Collegium Ensemble

Czech Collegium Ensemble and leading soprano perform famous melodies - from W. A. Mozart to L. Cohen.

February 26 | 17:30 (Mon)
5
Duration: 60 minutes
from 21 € (500 CZK)

Hallelujah

Czech Collegium Ensemble

Czech Collegium Ensemble and leading soprano perform famous melodies - from W. A. Mozart to L. Cohen.

February 29 | 17:30 (Thu)
5
Duration: 60 minutes
from 21 € (500 CZK)

Visit Spanish Synagogue and Maisel Synagogue

Both Spanish Synagogue and Maisel Synagogue are part of the Prague Jewish Museum which resides in the Jewish Quarter, the little but important area of Old Town in Prague. Book your day tour to explore the district and visit the synagogues. During evening you can visit concerts usually with chamber cast and program full of classical music, jazz music or the Jewish music. 

Classical music concerts in Rudolfinum - Dvořák Hall

Rudolfinum stands proudly on the Vltava river bank. The seat of Czech Philharmonic (the most renowned Czech orchestra) attracts thousands of visitors each year. The Dvořák Hall offers magnificent sound and lovely atmosphere and the Suk Hall is used for a chamber classical music concerts. In Dvořák Hall, the esteemed Prague Baroque Orchestra Collegium 1704 often performs. 

Prague Symphony Orchestra concerts - Smetana Hall

Each year Prague Symphony Orchestra presents the best of Czech and international classical musicians. Listen to orchestral and chamber concerts in Prague, the city of classical music known for its unforgettable atmosphere. The concerts are held in the Smetana Hall - Municipal House (famous for its most beautiful Art Nouveau architecture) and other venues.