Czech Philharmonic

Mahler's Ninth

With three concerts, the orchestra and its chief conductor Semyon Bychkov continue to conquer the perfection of Mahler's last completed symphony. Symphony No. 9 in D major is performed on Thursday and Friday evening and Saturday afternoon. Tickets from 220 CZK.

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New concert series C makes it possible to become a subscriber of the Czech Phil. A cycle of four evening or Saturday afternoon concerts is attractive not only because of Mozart, Mahler or Suk, but also star conductors. Let Maestros Bychkov and Hrůša welcome you in our musical family.

Upcoming events

Jakub Hrůša Czech Philharmonic

Czech Philharmonic • Jakub Hrůša

1 Dec — 3 Dec 2021

It is only natural that Slavomír Hořínka, a finalist of the first competition held by the Czech Philharmonic in 2014, was been commissioned to write a new work. The orchestra’s guest artist Josef Špaček chose Bohuslava Martinů’s Violin Concerto No. 1, and Jakub Hrůša will be conducting Suk's Summer's Tale.

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Belcea Quartet and Miroslav Sekera Czech Chamber Music Society

Czech Chamber Music Society • Belcea Quartet and Miroslav Sekera

Monday 6 Dec 2021

Today, the Belcea Quartet is one of the finest chamber ensembles. Residing in London, the players are of diverse nationalities. Outstanding Czech pianist Miroslav Sekera became popular already as a child when he played young W. A. Mozart in the film Amadeus. Today, he is a regular on stages in this country and around the world.

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Semyon Bychkov Czech Philharmonic

Czech Philharmonic • Semyon Bychkov

8 Dec — 10 Dec 2021

When Richard Strauss composed his Burleske for piano and orchestra aged of 21, famous pianists called it excessively virtuosic and unplayable, but French pianist Bertrand Chamayou can definitely handle it. The piece will be an introduction to Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 5, a major work of the orchestral repertoire that never ceases to fascinate.

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