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Prague Royal Symphony Orchestra and classical concerts in Prague. Ballet performance in Prague.


Our offer includes classical concerts in Prague and Prague ballet performace organised in historical and culturally precious places (e.g. Theatre Hybernia, Municipal House, Rudolfinum, Prague Castle), which you should not miss while visiting Prague, capital of the Czech Republic. ALL CONCERTS HERE ARE ORGANISED BY US. PRICES ARE THE SAME AS THE THEATRE BOX OFFICE. NO EXTRA FEES ADDED.

We would like to invite you to a concert of the Prague Royal Symphonic Orchestra and The Prague Royal Orchestra, which presents traditional classical music in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. We are well aware that it is not easy for you to select from such a variety of concerts in Prague. However, concerts performed by the Prague Royal symphonic Orchestra and the Prague Royal Orchestra offer you what you are looking for and what other concerts can‘t offer.

The Prague Royal symphonic Orchestra and the Prague Royal Orchestra was founded (established) in 1997 at the National Theatre and the State Opera House. Its consists of highly experienced, professional musicians from the National Theatre, the State Opera House, the Czech Radio, the Prague Symphonic Orchestra, and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Throughout the entire period of its existence, it has been a part of both Czech and international musical culture.

JAROSLAV VODNANSKY - conductor and artistic director
After graduating from the Prague Conservatory, Mr. Vodňanský studied at the Prague Academy of Musical Arts. He was also the founder, and for a long time, the principal conductor of the Philharmonic Orchestra in České Budějovice. Together with the Royal Prague Symphonic Orchestra, Mr. Vodňanský has performed numerous successful concerts in the U.S., Japan, and South Korea, as well as in most of the European countries, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, France, and Spain.He has also conducted a number of live broadcast concerts on Czech TV and radio, and has been involved in CD recordings of classical music. Mr. Vodňanský was honoured with the title of Professor and currently lectures at the Prague Conservatory.

Our concerts of Prague Roayl Orchestra are organised in historical and culturally precisious places.

The Municipal House Concert Hall & Exhibition Centre is the premier Art Nouveau building in Prague. Situated on the site of the former Royal Court Palace, this stunning building is a popular tourist attraction, with visitors drawn to the intricate stone work, the art nouveau gold trimmings, stained glass windows and magnificent frescos. Municipal House has a first-class restaurant, it hosts regular exhibitions and most popular of all, some of Prague's best classical concerts. At the heart of Municipal House is the biggest concert hall in Prague, the Smetana. This is the grand setting for a regular programme of classical concerts, with some of the largest orchestras to play in the city. The interior is decorated with works by leading Czech artists from the early 20th century - most notably the famous Alfons Mucha.

On 28th October 1918, Municipal House was the scene for the historic proclamation of the independent state of Czechoslovakia.

St. George's Basilica is the oldest church building within the Prague Castle complex. It is also the best-preserved Romanesque church in Prague. St. George's Basilica was founded by Prince Vratislav (915-921). The basilica was then enlarged in 973 with the building of St. George's Benedictine Convent. In 1142 it was rebuilt following a major fire, however the Baroque facade that we see today dates from 1671-1691. The altar painting and frescos in the dome are the work of V.V. Reiner. In the Gothic Chapel of St. Ludmila lies the tomb of the famous saint, widow of the 9th century ruler Prince Borivoj. Also buried in the basilica are Prince Vratislav and Boleslav II.

St. George's Basilica now serves as a concert hall, a delightful and popular setting for early evening classical concerts (while not too cold inside, it is advisable to wear warm clothing in the winter if you are attending a concert).

Bethlehem Chapel  was founded in 1391, as a holy place where church services could be held in the Czech language. Jan Hus, the Czech national hero, preached here between 1402-1412. Bethlehem Chapel has a fairly torrid history, reflecting the various religious wars that had such an impact on Prague and the Czech Republic as a whole. In 1661 it was altered to a catholic church by the Jesuits. A major part of the chapel was then torn down in 1786. In the years 1950-1952 a complete replica of the original was erected on the site under the instruction of the architect J. Fragner. Preserved fragments of the original walls were integrated into the structure.

Bethlehem Chapel holds religious services once more, and is also a fine and popular venue for Saturday night classical concerts

St. Martin in the Wall Church was built in the Romanesque style from 1178-1187 in the settlement of Ujezd, which in those days extended to this area. Shortly after the church was dedicated to St. Martin, the settlement was renamed Ujezd of St. Martin. When the Old Town walls were built in the 13th century, Ujezd of St. Martin was divided in two. The larger part was left outside the walls and later became part of the New Town. The smaller part together with the church became part of the Old Town. The south wall of the church backed onto the Old Town wall, hence the name St. Martin in the Wall. St. Martin has now been restored to its original splendour. Aside from Sunday worship, it only opens for classical concerts. The excellent acoustics of the church and the historic setting make these events well worth attending. In the winter the interior of the church is heated.

The Theatre Hybernia is situated in the center of Prague at „Náměstí Republiky“ Square, near to subway station „Náměstí Republiky“ (line B), opposite to the Municipal house.The building was bulit in the 17th century as a baroque church of the Saint Ambrosius. After successful reconstruction, Theatre Hybernia was reopened on December 2006 like modern, air-conditioned theatre/concerts hall with 1000 seats, 2 restaurants, 4bars and summer terace.

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Prague Royal Symphony Orchestra and classical concerts in Prague. Ballet performance in Prague.

Upcoming Prague classical concerts and Prague ballets at Smetana Hall, Municipal house, Theatre Hybernia, Betlehem chapel, St.Martin on the Wall church and Prague Castle. Perfect choice from classical concerts in Prague and ballet in Prague.

All performances presented at classicconcertstickets.com are organised by us. Tickets prices are same as the tickets purchased at our tickets offices in Prague. There are no added fees.