The Imperial Concert HAll | 200 meters from The Charles Bridge
About the Concert
Rudolfinum is one of the most iconic buildings in Prague, known for its stunning architecture and rich history. Located in the heart of the city, it has been a center for cultural and artistic events for over a century. This The Suk Hall, named after the famous Czech composer Josef Suk, is an intimate space that provides an unforgettable concert experience for classical music enthusiasts.
- A. Vivaldi - The Four Seasons (Spring & Summer)
- G. F. Händel - Largo from Xerxes
- B. Smetana - The Moldau (Vltava)
- W. A. Mozart - Figaro - Aria
- W. A. Mozart - A Little Night Music
- G. Bizet - Carmen - Habanera
- M. Ravel - Bolero
- L. van Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 (Allegro)
The Prague Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra
Outstanding musicians from the strings section of the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. They love to share their passion in the Tyn church, which has besides the beautiful setting excellent acoustic parameters.
Stanislava Jirků - mezzo soprano (National Theatre soloist)
Stanislava Jirku is a soloist from the Czech National Theatre and one of the Czech Republic's most acclaimed mezzo sopranos. She performed on stages around the world - among others with the BBC Symphory Or-chestra, The Czech Philharmonic and the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
Vlastimil Kobrle - violin
One of the Czech Republic´s most acclaimed violinists and since the year 2000 he is the concertmaster of the Symphony Orchestra of Czech Radio.
How to get there?
Alšovo nábřeží 12
110 00 Staré Město