Attend a concert at the wonderful Spanish Synagogue in Prague.
Don’t miss the most famous melodies of world classical music against a unique historical backdrop.
The Spanish Synagogue lies in the heart of Prague’s Jewish Quarter and is noted for its unique architecture, which blends Arabian and Andalusian influences. The whole building is profusely decorated with arabesques, and the large hall, glittering with gold, adds a fairy-tale atmosphere to a concert.
You can expect a selection of world-famous classical music. The programme features work by Smetana, Dvořák, Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach and Rossini, sensitively interpreted by the Czech Collegium ensemble and the talented soprano Naděžda Chrobáková.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Antonio Vivaldi: Winter from the Four Seasons
Giacomo Rossini: Duetto
Giuseppe Verdi: La traviata: Aria
Georges Bizet: Carmen: Aria
Bedřich Smetana: Vltava from Má Vlast
Antonín Dvořák: Song to the Moon from Rusalka
Antonín Dvořák: Largo from the New World Symphony
Leonard Bernstein: West Side Story
George Gershwin: Summertime
George Gershwin: Somebody Loves Me
George Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue
Performed by Czech Collegium, including soloists.
In winter, concerts start at 5:30 p.m.; in summer at 7 p.m.
The programme may be subject to minor alterations.
The seats in the theatre aren’t numbered. We therefore recommend arriving at least 20 minutes beforehand to guarantee a good position.