Attend a concert at the magnificent 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.
At the Bolero concert you’ll hear the most famous works of Ravel, Rossini, Verdi and others. Accompanying the orchestra is soprano Michaela Šrůmová, whose passion and outstanding interpretation of Carmina Burana will capture your heart. The second half of the concert features well-known mournful Jewish songs that will take your breath away.
Giacomo Rossini: Overture to The Barber of Seville
Giuseppe Verdi: Va, pensiero, from Nabucco
Maurice Ravel: Bolero
Carl Orff: O Fortuna from Carmina Burana
Andrew Lloyd Weber: Don’t Cry For Me Argentina, from Evita
George Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
George Gershwin: Summertime
Astor Piazolla: Libertango, Esculao
Hevenu Shalom Aleichem
As der rebbe Elimelech
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.