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David Mareček – CEO of the Czech Philharmonic
The Rudolfinum building was founded as a multipurpose cultural facility with concert and exhibition halls more than a century ago, on February 7, 1885. Today, the Rudolfinum is home to the Czech Philharmonic. Our mission is to offer concerts, exhibitions, and educational programs. We are a state-supported organization made up of three parts: the Czech Philharmonic orchestra, the administration of the Czech Philharmonic, and the Galerie Rudolfinum.
It is my wish that each of the programs we offer – concerts, exhibitions, and educational programs – will give you good reason to visit the Rudolfinum. I hope that any visit to the Czech Philharmonic will be a memorable artistic experience, pleasing both your eyes and ears.
Running a large cultural institution costs a great deal of money. Thanks to contributions from the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and from a number of larger and smaller partners, the Czech Philharmonic can continue to set itself and fulfill the highest artistic and educational goals.Chyba: Není vybrán odkaz.
As an organization receiving state funding, under Act No. 106/1999 Coll. the Czech Philharmonic has the duty of making information about its activities publicly available. This section focuses on basic documentation relating to the institution’s operations and finances.More
The Czech Philharmonic is more than just an orchestra. It is also a large-scale administrative body. From time to time, we have auditions for individual positions in the orchestra, and we also offer job opportunities of a non-artistic nature.More
All of our important contact information in one place. Address of the headquarters of the Czech Philharmonic and telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of the workers in the institution’s individual departments.More