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Tours and Festivals


In 2023, the Czech Philharmonic will traditionally take part in the music festivals Dvořák's Prague, Prague Spring and Smetana's Litomyšl. In November, the orchestra will support the tradition of the Karlovy Vary Variations for the third time. The Czech Philharmonic will play a total of 26 concerts on foreign stages. In addition to individual tours, the orchestra will tour Europe and Asia, always under the direction of its chief conductor Semyon Bychkov.

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Smetana Litomyšl Festival 2024

Smetana Litomyšl Festival 2024

The national Smetana Litomyšl Festival is a partner festival of the Czech Philharmonic, and the leading Czech orchestra brings major concert programmes here each year. This time, the three evening concerts will be divided between the orchestra’s principal guest conductors Jakub Hrůša and Tomáš Netopil.

European Summer Festivals 2024

European Summer Festivals 2024

As the summer comes to an end, the Czech Philharmonic heads on a festivals tour. This year’s highlights are two performances at the BBC Proms in London. The Orchestra will also be heard in Hamburg, Lucerne and Wiesbaden. Principal Guest Conductor Jakub Hrůša takes to the podium and is joined by Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Anastasia Kobekina and Mao Fujita.

Dvořák Prague Festival 2024

Dvořák Prague Festival 2024

Concerts by the Czech Philharmonic at the Dvořák Prague Festival are already a tradition. On this occasion, the first Czech orchestra tries to bring original dramaturgy and unusual artists to its home Rudolfinum. This year's three concerts will include works that pay tribute to the past and the classics, as well as to the present and technology.

Bratislava 2024

Bratislava 2024

The Czech Philharmonic will go to Bratislava right after the opening concerts of its 129th season. The audience at Reduta concert hall will hear a reprise of the festive programme conceived by the orchestra’s chief conductor Semyon Bychkov. The concert begins with the Russian virtuoso Daniil Trifonov in Dvořák’s Piano Concerto.

Variations 2024

Variations 2024

The Czech Philharmonic's participation in a joint project with the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival has taken several forms in recent years. This year the orchestra will visit the spa town with a purely Czech programme consisting of works by Dvořák, Smetana and Janáček. All this under the baton of the chief conductor Semyon Bychkov.

Czech Week at Carnegie Hall

Czech Week at Carnegie Hall

The culmination of the 2024 Year of Czech Music is five concerts at New York’s Carnegie Hall, one of the world’s most famous stages, from 3-7 December. Returning to Carnegie Hall for the first time since 2018, the Czech Philharmonic and its Chief Conductor and Music Director, Semyon Bychkov, will perform three programmes of Czech music.

Canada 2024

Canada 2024

To Canada straight from New York. Two concerts await us at Toronto's Koerner Hall, with a dramaturgy consisting mainly of Czech composers - Dvořák, Smetana - but the highlight will be the performance of Mahler's Fifth. Concertmaster Jan Mráček and 129th Season Artist-in-Residence Daniil Trifonov will take the solo parts.

European Tour 2025

European Tour 2025

The Czech Philharmonic’s spring tour of Europe is marked by residencies. That will be the case at the Musikverein in Vienna, London’s Barbican, and the Philharmonie de Paris. Besides those three stellar venues, the orchestra will also visit the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and the hall with the same name in Bruges.

Germany 2025

Germany 2025

To Germany we are taking Smetana's Má vlast. In March 2024, the Czech Philharmonic togheter with Pentatone released a recording of this extraordinary composition. The new setting of one of the most important works of Czech cultural history is receiving praise from critics all over the world. Will it be a the same in Hannover and Baden-Baden?

Bad Kissingen 2025

Bad Kissingen 2025

Bad Kissingen has been one of the regular destinations of the Czech Philharmonic in recent years. Together with its chief conductor Semyon Bychkov, the orchestra will visit here again in July 2025 and perform two concerts.

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