Czech Chamber Music Society

The Czech Chamber Music Society is one of the oldest and most renowned musical institutions in the Czech Republic. It was founded to promote the concert activities of the then young Bohemian Quartet. Its opening concert took place at the Rudolfinum on October 10, 1894. This institution holds a highly respected position in the cultural life of Prague and of the Czech Republic, and its concerts at the Rudolfinum (in Dvořák Hall and in Suk Hall) and at the Lichtenstein Palace (in Martinů Hall) have always drawn a sensitive, responsible, and knowledgable audience.

CCMS Residential Ensemble for the 2017/2018 season
Bennewitz Quartet

  • Jakub Fišer – first violin
  • Štěpán Ježek – second violin
  • Jiří Pinkas – viola
  • Štěpán Doležal – cello
CCMS Award for 2016
Sedláček Quartet

  • Michal Sedláček – first violin
  • Jan Maceček – second violin
  • Vít Kubík – viola
  • Karel Chudý – cello
CCMS Concerts

Concert calendar of the Czech Chamber Music Society in the 2016/2017 season.

CCMS Concert Series
Concert Series

The Czech Chamber Music Society offers four concert series - cycles I and II, Musical Matinées and Morning Concerts.


The address of the Czech Chamber Music Society and other contact information.