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SEASON 2024/25

The 2023/24 season is over, long live the 2024/25 season! Thanks to the phenomenal bass of Luigi De Donato, the ancient Greek mythical figure of the Cyclops Polyphemus came to life on 15 April in the Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum. Thank you to all of you who were with us for the wonderful atmosphere you prepared for us!

You can already explore the next season’s programme at the Rudolfinum and secure your subscription on our website. From 3 June we will start selling individual tickets. We look forward to seeing you again!

season prague rudolfinum

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



Petr Skalka’s extraordinarily successful solo recital in March took us through cello suites into the fascinating musical world of the Baroque great Johann Sebastian Bach.

Musical Journeys Across Europe continue on 30 April with a magical evening just before Walpurgis Night. Together with the bewitching Italian soprano Naomi Rivieccio and the chamber ensemble Talenti Vulcanici, under the direction of harpsichordist Stefano Demicheli, we will uncover the musical treasures of the famous composers of the divine Naples.

Divine Naples

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