16., 17., 18. 2. 18:OO & 20:00
The most famous concert hall in the Czech Republic, Rudolfinum, will be illuminated by a fifty-minute long videomapping session during a symphony orchestra performance. This promises to be a true unforgivable experience.
The audience will be immersed in a fantastic world, with the hall transformed by 11 video artists. The music part of the unique audio-visual performance will be provided by the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, performing pieces by classical music giants: The Vltava from the My Country series of symphonic poems by Bedrich Smetana; Largo from the New World Symphony and the Carnival Overture by Antonín Dvorak; and finally, the second movement of Symphony No. 6, ‘Pathetique’ by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
6. 2. - 23. 4.
The programme of the festival is varied, featuring contemporary electronic and acoustic music, ambient, post-rock, jazz or modern theatre. The festival broadens the offer of contemporary art in Prague and interconnects international scene with the home stage. The impressive lineup includes some great names, such as Nils Frahm, Max Richter, Nosaj Thing, Nik Bärtsch and others. The festival will be accompanied by workshops and exhibitions. A definite must see for any music lover!
8., 14., 22. 2. 19:00
A year after its premiere in Vienna, Mozart's legendary singspiel and his final stage piece, was presented in Prague at today’s Estates Theatre on 25 October 1792. The brand new production, staged by the renowned Czech director Vladimír Morávek, promises a remarkable artistic experience.
15. 1. - 28. 2. 2018
A culinary feast for foodies that makes it possible for anyone who's interested in gourmet dining to visit the best restaurants in Prague. Enjoy specialties from the finest and most interesting restaurants from Maurer's Grand Restaurant Guide at special festival prices. This year's topic: Superfoods. So go ahead and enjoy a bite (or as many as you like) while staying healthy!