Travel agency Sibkraft (Prague, Czech republic)

Concert Halls in Prague

Czech Philharmonic Concert Hall - Rudolfinum

Czech Philharmonic Concert Hall - Rudolfinum

 

The neo-renaissance Rudolfinum building was constructed in 1884 by the architects Joseph Zitek and Joseph Schulz, and it soon became the second important object of the national culture after the National Theatre. Behind the conductor’s stand, have stood such great composers as Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Grig, Kubelik and many others. Since 1946, the famous international music festival “Prague Spring” is regularly held in Rudolfinum.

 

 

    Concert of classical music at Rudolfinum — from 25 euros / person

 

Municipal House

Municipal HouseThe Municipal House (Obecni Dum to the Czechs) is considered the finest example of Art Nouveau architecture in Prague. The architects Antonin Balshanek and Oswald Polivka built it in 1911. The lavish interiors, by masters of the Czech Secession such as Ladislav Saloun and Alphons Mucha, were entirely refurbished in the late 1990s and will take your breath away. You can enjoy an expresso in the gorgeous café, or sample a traditional Czech meal in the extravagantly appointed restaurant.
Obecni Dum’s spacious concert hall, named for the Czechs’ favorite composer, Bedrich Smetana, has the finest acoustics in Prague, and offers a wide range of classical music concerts and other cultural events.

 

    Concert of classical music at the Municipal House — from 20 euros / person

 

Villa Bertramka

Villa BertramkaDuring the 18th century, Villa Bertramka was the country home of the Dušek family. Today it lies in the fast-growing Prague neighborhood of Smichov. Its fame rests on the fact that the Duseks were friends of the great composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Dušeks put the Maestro up during his 1787 and 1791 visits to Wolfgang Amadeus MozartPrague, and it was here, in Villa Bertramka’s idyllic setting, that Mozart finished the score to his opera, Don Giovanni. The Villa houses a museum dedicated to Mozart, and presents concerts of his Chamber music.

 

Program: "An Evening with Mozart"

19:30 welcome drink / glass of champagne
19:45 visit to the Mozart museum
20:00 concert of classical music

 

    Concert of classical music at Bertramka — 19 euros / person

 

St Nicolas Church in Mala Strana

St Nicolas Church in Mala StranaThis church, the creation of father and son architects, Krystof and Kilian Ignacio Dienzenhofer, is considered the crown jewel of Czech Baroque architecture. The massive copper dome and the rich Baroque interiors have been immortalized by many Czech writers and poets. Kafka said of the dome, “…it’s a huge umbrella flying away…” Saint Nicholas regularly offers classical music concerts featuring the work of Mozart and Vivaldi.

 

    Concert of classical music at St-Nicolas Church — from 15 euros / person

 

Krizik Musical Fountain

Krizik Musical FountainAn exciting, unusual water show awaits visitors to Prague’s Vystavište (Exhibition Grounds). The Krizik Fountain is rumored to be the world’s largest musical fountain, and there are regular daily shows. Classical ballet and modern dance performances are set against the fountain’s soaring rainbow-colored jets and spectacular lighting effects. The Krizik Fountain was built as part of the 1891 Prague Exposition, and is named after engineer, Frantisek Krizik, who created its special effects.

 

    Water Show at Krizik Fountain — 8 euros / person