Czech Philharmonic

125 years of the Czech Phil
125 years of the Czech Phil

125 years of the Czech Phil

The Czech Philharmonic celebretes its 125th Anniversary. On Saturday 4th January 1896 Antonín Dvořák himself conducted the very first concert of the orchestra. Follow us, we have some surprises for you.

New Year’s Concert
New Year’s Concert

New Year’s Concert

Listen to the New Year’s Concert of the Czech Philharmonic with Czech music only on the programme. It will be available until Friday 8th January on our Facebook. Start 2021 with us!

Ticket office closed
Ticket office closed

Ticket office closed

The Ticket Office in the Rudolfinum remains closed until further notice. Please contact our customer service via phone +420 227 059 227 or e-mail info@czechphilharmonic.cz. Thank you for your understanding.

Refund of tickets
Refund of tickets

Refund of tickets

We offer refunds for cancelled concerts, including the performances in January and February 2021. You can claim your refund until June 2021. We kindly ask our subscribers to wait until concerts resume and claim their refund for all cancelled performances then. Thank you for your understanding.

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Jana Boušková Czech Philharmonic

Czech Philharmonic • Jana Boušková

10 Mar — 12 Mar 2021

Juanjo Mena, the Spanish conductor at the helm of the BBC Philharmonic, is taking us on a trip to Spain, blazing with colours, sounds, and fragrances. The programme opens with Danzas fantásticas (1919), the best-known work by Joaquín Turina.

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David Robertson  Czech Philharmonic

Czech Philharmonic • David Robertson

18 Mar — 20 Mar 2021

Among the several Czech Philharmonic commissions for music by Czech and foreign composers is a new work by Miloš Orson Štědroň. We wanted to give one of the orchestra players the opportunity of appearing as a soloist.

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Semyon Bychkov Czech Philharmonic

Czech Philharmonic • Semyon Bychkov

24 Mar — 26 Mar 2021

The dark atmosphere of Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony ushers in its dramatic character and its compositional seriousness. Dvořák wanted to create a work referencing the traditions of Beethoven and Brahms and he succeeded in doing so without sacrificing any of his melodic inventiveness and creative light touch.

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And other 96 concerts and workshops

in the next months. Choose an event according to your taste.

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