Events and culture in Prague

As much as the Estates Theater is linked to Mozart, the Rudolfinum is closely connected to another great figure of classical music, the Czech Antonín Dvořák: this is the place where he personally conducted the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra for the premiere of his famous New World Symphony. Renowned for its acoustics, the best in town ...

Built in the early 20th century on the Old Town’s main entrance, the most impressive Art Nouveau building in Prague presents a luxurious setting with an exuberant and grandiose decoration. It was built as a multipurpose site and still today, it includes two famous restaurants and a café, an American bar, a prestigious concert ...

This major Prague stage is inseparably connected to the name of Mozart, who came to personally conduct his opera The Marriage of Figaro, and later to present the world premiere of Don Giovani. It is dedicated to “the Mother Country and to Muses” (Patriae Et Musis) and displays a fantastic setting where you can enjoy ...

The National Theater was financed by collecting money among the broad masses. It is a symbol of the Czech National Revival and probably one of the most beautiful edifices constructed in the capital city in the 19th century. Decorated by the best artists at the time, it offers a sumptuous setting for a very high ...

Mere steps from the main train station and from the massive modern building that used to house the former parliament, the State Opera house seems a bit lost behind the wall formed by cars jamming the highway. But this prestigious building in the New Town houses one of the city’s historic lyrical stages and ...

Stepping into the Prague city center, you won’t be able to overlook the fact that puppets are one of the country’s greatest traditional handcrafts. Enjoy a performance at the National Marionette Theater, a nice way to recall your childhood.

Beware, they are promoted everywhere as an authentic Czech tradition, but “black theater” shows are often quite expensive and not much creative, they are primarily aimed at tourists. Their obvious advantage is indeed the absence of dialogues, which removes thus the language barrier that prevents foreigners from appreciating the numerous theater plays presented in Prague ...


Opera Don Giovanni

Periodic performance of Mozart’s opera

Spend an unforgettable evening in a pleasant atmosphere at the Estates Theatre. Immerse yourself in the tones of the most famous Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni. Let’s go back in time and where Mozart himself conducted his masterpiece.


Prague Spring 2018

The Czech’s Republic major festival of classical music

The “Prague Spring” (Pražské jaro) International Music Festival is one of the principal musical events held in the Czech Republic. This annual classical music festival takes place from 12th of May until 2nd of June boasting the very best conductors, orchestras and soloists.


Prague of Dvořák 2017

Festival dedicated to the great czech composer

On september the 8th, until the 20th, attend the new edition of this international music festival inaugurated in 2008. The festival is mostly focused on the work of the famous Czech composer Antonín Dvořák, well known for Rusalka and New world Symphonie.


Strings of Autumn Festival 2017

Jazz, classical, tradition and experiment

The festival "Strings of  Autumn" (Struny podzimu), which was first held in 1996 is trying to be a discoverer of young talents and therefore includes prominent debuting musicians into the programme. The festival presents a selection of jazz, classical music, sophisticated crossover, early music and world music performed by some of the most significant personalities ...


Letní Letná

Festival of New Circus and Theater

Each year, during the last 15 days of august, the area of Letna, close to Prague castel, dress itself in a magical way with the welcoming of this festival dedicated to circus and theater.