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SEASON 2023/24

Marian Vespers, the monumental yet heavenly fragile work of the musical visionary and one of the pioneers of the Baroque, Claudio Monteverdi, captivated the packed Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum in November.

We will celebrate the culminating of the Advent season on Tuesday 19 December at the Rudolfinum with the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and Jan Dismas Zelenka. We are very happy about your interest in tickets! We have therefore released seats on the organ empora and standing area. So don’t hesitate, this is your last chance to be with us before Christmas!

missa corporis domini

Discover Smetana’s iconic cycle of symphonic poems My Country in a new live recording by Collegium 1704 which has enthralled international critics.



Well-known but also unjustly half-forgotten melodies by Czech, Moravian and Polish composers of the Romantic and later eras performed by Natalia Rubiś, Krystian Adam and Karel Košárek warmed the hearts of visitors to the November concert.

For the last time this year we will meet you in the hall of the former Sokol cinema at the beginning of Advent, on Thursday 7 December. Our orchestra and vocal ensemble in intimate cast will perform a music by Heinrich Schütz, Claudio Monteverdi and Alessandro Stradella under the direction of Václav Luks.

cantate domino

The end of the year is approaching and we have good news for you! Also in the next year, you can look forward to a busy season of chamber concerts in Vzlet in Prague-Vršovice. From February to December, many excellent soloists and ensembles from the Czech Republic and abroad will perform there. Explore the season programme and secure your favourite seat in the auditorium now!

vzlet 2024

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