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Great conductors are among the highlights of the Czech Philharmonic’s 125th jubilee season. Primarily Semyon Bychkov, the orchestra’s chief conductor, and both principal guest conductors, Jakub Hrůša and Tomáš Netopil, who have earned respect both at home and abroad. We will also welcome a legend of the music world, Sir John Eliot Gardiner.

The jubilee season asks for a particularly beautiful programme. Not to be missed are operas The Cunning Little Vixen by Leoš Janáček and Ariadna by Bohuslav Martinů, symphonic music by Smetana, Dvořák, and Suk, the Beethoven anniversary finale and world premieres of works by renowned composers dedicated to the orchestra. Performing will be star soloists: Daniil Trifonov, Karen Gomyo or Jan Martiník.

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Six evening concerts Subscription Series A

Subscription Series A • Six evening concerts

When Semyon Bychkov chose the programme for his first subscription concert, he suggested Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony without hesitation, so that from the start of his tenure at the helm of the Czech Philharmonic, he would honour the orchestra’s national tradition.

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Seven evening concerts Subscription Series B

Subscription Series B • Seven evening concerts

The world premiere of Jiří Gemrot’s Resurrection of Light and Hope is just as fitting for Advent as Honegger’s Christmas Cantata, and it was written on commission for the Czech Philharmonic.

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Four evening and afternoon concerts Subscription Series C

Subscription Series C • Four evening and afternoon concerts

Subscription Series C is something entirely new in our programming. Along with the popular Saturday afternoon concerts, we have added Thursday and Friday evenings with programmes calling for smaller orchestral forces that are perfectly made for the acoustics of the Dvořák Hall.

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Four afternoon concerts Subscription Series K

Subscription Series K • Four afternoon concerts

Series K is the fulfilment of a dream we shared with Jiří Bělohlávek: after two years of preparations, we are ushering in regular concerts of the Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.

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Special non-subscription concerts Subscription Series M

Subscription Series M • Special non-subscription concerts

For this country’s jubilee year, the series of Special Concerts for our 123rd season will include a special Czech programme for the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia.

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Public dress rehearsals Subscription Series G

Subscription Series G • Public dress rehearsals

Once again, the 123rd season will offer eight visits to the Philharmonic’s “kitchen” in the form of afternoon public dress rehearsals to witness final preparations of the programmes for evening concerts.

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Four evening concerts Subscription Series 4K

Subscription Series 4K • Four evening concerts

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Morning concerts for parents and children Subscription Series FP

Subscription Series FP • Morning concerts for parents and children

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Eight weekend concerts Subscription Series AK

Subscription Series AK • Eight weekend concerts

Advent Sundays have traditionally been an opportunity to attend afternoon concerts at the Suk Hall. These programmes, with their Christmas theme and more popular mood, are presented by chamber ensembles of players from the Czech Philharmonic.

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Subscription Series LS

Subscription Series LS

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Subscription Series V1

Subscription Series V1

Treat your loved ones to four meetings with the Czech Philharmonic! Depending on your time and programme preferences, you can choose between two Christmas cycles, each comprising three symphonic concerts and one chamber orchestra performance. The concerts take place in Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum from January to April 2019.

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Subscription Series V2

Subscription Series V2

Treat your loved ones to four meetings with the Czech Philharmonic! Depending on your time and programme preferences, you can choose between two Christmas cycles, each comprising three symphonic concerts and one chamber orchestra performance. The concerts take place in Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum from January to April 2019.

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