Czech Philharmonic

Rudolfinum awakens!

The Czech Philharmonic will start its 126th season with two Opening Concerts on September 29 and 30. The orchestra with its chief conductor Semyon Bychkov is already rehearsing the magnificent Leningrad Symphony by Dmitri Shostakovich. Don't miss it!

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New concert series C makes it possible to become a subscriber of the Czech Phil. A cycle of four evening or Saturday afternoon concerts is attractive not only because of Mozart, Mahler or Suk, but also star conductors. Let Maestros Bychkov and Hrůša welcome you in our musical family.

Exclusive recital series

New cycle of recitals on sale! Four world stars are going to visit Prague to present musical mastery in the intimate atmosphere of chamber music. Yuja Wang, Frank Peter Zimmerman, Gerald Finley and Josef Špaček invite you to four perfect Sunday afternoons in the Rudolfinum's main hall.

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Season Opening Concert Czech Philharmonic

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Czech Philharmonic • Season Opening Concert

29 Sep — 30 Sep 2021

The season opens with one of the most iconic 20th century works. Dmitri Shostakovich refused evacuate from Leningrad, surrounded by the German army, and wrote a new symphony, the premiere of which was broadcast on radio during the siege in 1942. Semyon Bychkov has close family ties to the event – his mother lived through the siege in Leningrad.

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Titan Czech Philharmonic

Czech Philharmonic • Titan

Tuesday 5 Oct 2021

At a special concert you will hear the first of Gustav Mahler’s great symphonies. The work is sometimes called a “tone poem in symphonic form”, but it is better known by the subtitle Titan, which is a reference to Mahler’s inspiration from a novel by Jean Paul with that title, which is a summation of the heroic ideals of the era.

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Bennewitz Quartet Czech Chamber Music Society

Czech Chamber Music Society • Bennewitz Quartet

Wednesday 6 Oct 2021

One of the concerts carried over from last season is the Bennewitz Quartet, an outstanding Czech ensemble, and Belgian double bass player Wies de Boevé, today one of the most sought-after soloists and chamber players in Europe. In the second half, joining with the Bennewitz Quartet is the violist Pavel Nikl, a former member of the Haas Quartet.

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And other 179 concerts and workshops

in the next months. Choose an event according to your taste.

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