The purpose of this page is to present all the main concerts, operas and ballets held in Prague, so as to enable you to prepare your stay in Prague the best way possible by selecting in advance the shows you wish to attend. Let us help you to discover Czech culture!
Enjoy some special moments with an exceptionnal cuisine and the best of Mozart's compositions in the extraordinary Boccaccio Ballroom of the Grand Hotel Bohemia in Prague.
Discover Prague at the pace of jazz with a music cruise on the Vltava River...
The first performance of Don Giovanni from Mozart was in Prague in 1787. The National Marionette Theatre of Prague is an institution that was founded in the 18th century. It presents the most famous Mozart’s Opera and shows wooden-made characters during a two-hour wonderful theatre show.
As in many churches in Prague, concerts are also taking place at the Spanish Synagogue, well known for its splendid néo-mauresque decoration style.
The organ concert in the Church of St Francis of Assisi nearby the Charles Bridge will be an unusual musical experience for you. While listening baroque and classicist masters, you will enjoy the lavish decoration of the church.
During the months of April and May, Klementinum organizes a series of concerts especially made for the Easter celebrations.
The Black Light Theatre of Jiri Srnec is one of the first Czech modern black theatres as well as being one of the most famous exemplars of Czech theatre art in the world. Antologia, a child-spirited performance, is a retrospective selection of the best scenes of the black light theatre and is literally "bringing the ...
Alfred Radok and Josef Svoboda revealed their innovative concept at the exhibition EXPO 58: the Laterna magika, a multi disciplinary process where modern physical and optical techniques are combined to the performance of artists (actors, dancers, singers, musicians, clowns, mimes…) and to the simultaneous screening of slides, cartoons or other videos. This innovative concept was ...
At Prague castle, Lobkowicz family Palace hosts daily concert of the most known classical and baroque music composers.