Martinská ul., Praha 1
Gothic church of St. Martin in the Wall is for its location in Prague centre, pleasantly pure interior and good acoustics a very popular chamber concert venue. The Church of St. Martin in the Wall is a well preserved work of medieval architecture.
Its name originates from the fact that one of its walls bordered directly with the Old Town fortification wall. The Romanesque base from the 12th century was later modified in Gothic style and with some Baroque modifications the church was preserved in its original form. St. Martin used to be a lively center of Utraquist Church, supported by wealthy burghers.
The famous Baroque sculptor Ferdinand M. Brokoff is buried in the Church. Nowadays St. Martin in the Wall belongs to the Evangelical Church and concerts of classical music are held here.
Krásné prostředí pro koncert, jen tam byla opravdu velká zima.
Krásná doprovodná výstava "Skrytá tvář dřeva".
It’s a church but it doesn’t feel like a church. The layout is good and the space is perfect for this concert.
Can't say enough about how the small stone church enhanced the sound of the music! We also enjoyed being in such an old, historical location partly within the city walls.
Židle jsou velmi nepohodlné
Beautiful building and very nice acoustic.
ve skoro prázdném kostele nebyl problém najít vhodné sezení
The name "St Martin in the wall church" prompted us to look up its interasting history. Acoustics worked well.
Even though it was a bit cold inside the church (performance on the evening of 17 March), the venue was perfect for enjoying a short concert of favorite classical music pieces. The lighting was just perfect. ... Also, thank you for providing a toilet just by the exit.
The venue was plain but simply authentic as an old church building. Access to the WC was a bonus which was appreciated.
Acoustics were fine and the small size gave us seating close to the performers so we could appreciate them better. Chairs were reasonably comfortable.
The location is pretty close to Old Town Square, less than a 10 minute walk. The chairs were hard and the padding is fairly worn so it did not help much.
Old Prague Music Ensemble
June 01, 2020 | 18:00 (Mon)
J. S. Bach, W. A. Mozart, A. Vivaldi
September 04, 2020 | 18:00 (Fri)
Soprano, Organ and Violin
December 05, 2020 | 17:00 (Sat)
Beautiful performances on the largest organ in Prague (and second largest in Czech Republic).
St. James Basilica presents the 25th edition of the famous international organ festival. The church is situated in the beating heart of Prague.
January - December 2020:
Music and dinner in Prague. Jazz or blues tunes, classical music or traditional music. Visit great Prague event venues. Taste exquisite meal. Choice is yours. Make your stay in Prague the most memorable: get your tickets now.
All year round: visit Prague Castle classical music concerts. Excellent musicians and top performances await you in this beautiful UNESCO protected complex. Visit Basilica of St. George or Lobkowicz Palace concerts.
All year round: Klementinum Mirror Chapel, Klementinum St. Salvator Church or Klementinum St. Clement Cathedral offer regular concerts of classical music. Orchestral or chamber concerts often accompanied by organ.
Concert season 2020:
Prague is a real Mekka for all classical music lovers. Choose from a wide list of concerts at glorious concert halls such as Rudolfinum, Municipal House or few hidden gems such as Boccaccio Hall. They are all located in Prague center.
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May 26, 2020 (Tue)