Music Celebrations International is proud to announce the first Prague Orchestra Festival, From Beethoven to Dvořák, at Dvořák Hall in the Rudolfinum, home of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, on June 26-30, 2016.
Built on the banks of the Vltava River, the Rudolfinum opened in 1885, and held its inaugural concert in 1896 with Antonín Dvoŕák himself conducting the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in the hall that now bears his name. Four select orchestras will perform a stand-alone, featured performance at this historic concert venue to commemorate Beethoven, Smetana, Dvořák, and other masters of composition.
While in Prague, participating orchestras will also have the opportunity to explore Dvořák’s birth home, as well as Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle, where many remarkable, original scores of some of Beethoven’s most famous works reside for history.
For more information, please visit the festival website. We look forward to seeing you in Prague!