25.01.2020 - 17:00
Enjoy the beautiful tones in one of the most beautiful old chapels in Prague.
G. Bizet – Overture from the Opera („Carmen")
G. F. Händel – Lascia ch´io pianga (from the Opera „Rinaldo")
W. A. Mozart – Divertimento D Major (selection)
W. A. Mozart – Agnus dei (from „Coronation Mass")
J. Brahms – Hungarian Dance No. 5
F. Schubert – Ave Maria
J. S. Bach – Toccata and fuga d minor
P. I. Čajkovský – Theme from Ballet („Swan Lake")
A. Dvořák – Rusalka´s aria (from the Opera „Rusalka")
A. Vivaldi – Four Seasons („Spring" and „Summer")
G. Rossini – Una voce poco fa (from the Opera "The Barber of Seville")
Mirror Chapel: a truly beautiful and unique chapel built in 1724, with extensive frescos and carvings. Houses two 18th century organs, one played by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on his visits to the Klementinum.
Dvořák Symphony Orchestra Prague originated in the 60s of the last century on the initiative of the top musicians. Also, the current members are leading players renowned orchestras in Prague (Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, FOK, SOČR, PKO, PKF, The National Theatre and other). Orchestra featured in most European countries, in USA, Japan and in South Korea.
Duration: 65 minutes
The concert has no intermission.
LISTEN TO PEARLS OF CLASSICAL MUSIC in Lobkowicz Palace‘s beautifully decorated concert hall with impressive 17th-century painted stucco ceilings. Professional musicians, including members of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, play for your pleasure during the Prague Castle visit.
In the concert, you will hear a unique Baroque romatic organ with 50 registers, 3 manuals and 3500 pipes! The organ has been built in 1733 and for its perfect music qualities and pleasing tones it is often a popular destination for prominent Czech and foreign organists.
The Royal Czech Orchestra and three of Prague's most acclaimed soloists present a programme with masterpieces of classical music. The concert takes places in the St Salvatore Church, which is situated directly at the Charles bridge.
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