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Náměstí Republiky 5, 111 21 Praha
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Enjoy a classical music concert in one of the nicest concert venues in Prague!

Performed by North Czech Philharmony Teplice - 60 musicians on the stage

Jooncha Kim - conductor
Whila Choi - piano
Meehae Ryo - cello

North Czech Philharmony Teplice is an internationally recognized orchestra, dating back to 1838. With the orchestra have collaborated such artists as conductors Libor Pesek, Vladimir Valek, Jaroslav Soukup, Tomas Koutnik, Charles Olivieri-Munroe, violinist Maxime Vengerov, pianist Caroline Murat and many others. The North Czech Philharmonic performs in European cultural centers like in Munich, Berlin, Basle, Paris, Valencia, Lisbon, Belgrade, Budapest, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Grenoble, Madrid, La Valetta and others. In the year 2006 the orchestra began to cooperate with the prestigious agency Columbia Artists Managemant New York Inc. The latest project was a tour to Germany with the Lord of the Rings Symphony by Howard Shore with motives of the same film. The orchestra performs regularly on the major stages in Prague and other Czech cities, too. Nevertheless, the emphasis of the artistic activities remains in performing concerts in Teplice with the main aim to contribute to the cultural life in this city.

Representative Smetana Hall was the site of the independent Czechoslovak Republic declaration in 1918. Nowadays it serves predominantly as a concert hall. Beautiful Art Nouveau decorations – paintings with Slavic motifs, decorative stained glass ceiling, gilded lamps, beautiful organ – all this creates an unusually harmonic whole, which is a worthy area for implementation of the greatest treasures of Czech and world classical music.

The Municipal House in Prague was built at the place of the former Royal Court in 1912 to celebrate the Czech nation and has been one of the most significant public buildings in Prague for over a hundred years. It is a representative building which for its splendour and beautiful decorations is one of the jewels of Prague architecture. Although the building is usually described as an "Art Nouveau" edifice it is more of a blend of neo-Baroque, neo-Renaissance, western and oriental influences and Czech Art Nouveau style.
This representative building is, above all, a great venue for classical music concerts and one of the prime venues of the world-famous Prague Spring Festival.

Duration: 120 minutes, including 15 minutes intermission

VIP - assigned seating, row 1-19 parter
A - open seating, row 17-32 parter and balcony

R.Schumann - Piano concerto A minor

Y.Lee - Cello concerto

A.Dvorak - Symphony No.9 "From the New World"

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Náměstí Republiky 5, 111 21 Praha


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