Prague concert halls & Historic Churches:
Classical concerts in Prague are staged at one of two stunning concert halls, and in an array of beautiful churches, palaces and other historic buildings. Prague Experience only sell tickets for the best concerts at the finest venues - concert listings
Municipal House Concert Hall
|Municipal House (Smetana Concert Hall)|
Municipal House is the premier Art Nouveau building in Prague, a beautiful construction of intricate stonework, gold trimmings, frescos and stained glass windows.
Inside is the Smetana, one of the two largest concert halls in Prague. Classical concerts here involve some of the grandest orchestras to play the city.
The Smetana is home to the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.
Municipal House also has a fine French restaurant, a traditional Czech restaurant and the American Bar.
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|Rudolfinum (Dvořák Concert Hall)|
The Rudolfinum is a stunning Neo-Renaissance building by the river, in Prague's Old Town. It was once the seat of the state parliament, but today boasts the Dvořák, which rivals the Smetana at Municipal House (see above) in size and grandeur.
The Dvořák competes with the Smetana to host the finest orchestras to play the city. It is home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
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Rudolfinum Concert Hall
Mirror Chapel at the Klementinum
| Klementinum in the Old Town|
The Klementinum is the largest, and one of the most historic complex of buildings in the Old Town of Prague.
Founded in 1232,
the Klementinum has enjoyed a rich architectural evolution. Many great astronomers, scientists, musicians and philosophers have worked here, influencing the development of the buildings.
Concerts are held in the historic Mirror Chapel, where Mozart once played the organ. As an added attraction, visitors can tour the Klementinum before the concert.
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|Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle|
Lobkowicz Palace is part of the Prague Castle complex, and is one of city's most acclaimed attractions - the palace forms a museum displaying exhibits from the Lobkowicz family collections.
Lobkowicz Palace is also the only major venue in Prague to offer lunchtime classical concerts, which take place in its magnificent Music Room.
Visitors can purchase a combination ticket, which gains you entrance to the Lobkowicz Palace museum and a seat at the classical concert.
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Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle
Café Mozart, Old Town
|Café Mozart at the Old Town Square|
Elegant Café Mozart is set in a prime location on the Old Town Square, opposite the Astronomical Clock.
Several evenings a week this timeless establishment hosts either a 'Dinner & Mozart' or 'Dinner & Jazz' night, which combine a live concert with a delicious three course meal.
Browse through our concert listings to find out which nights these events take place.
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|St. Nicholas Church at the Old Town Square|
St. Nicholas Church dominates one corner of the Old Town Square
. For many visitors to Prague, this will be the foremost church they remember.
St. Nicholas was
completed in 1735. Its lovely white facade, decorated with sculptures, simply gleams, hit by the sun during the day and lit by strong white lights at night.
Classical concerts are popular, for the fine acoustics and the overall sense of occasion an event at the church brings.
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St. Nicholas Church, Old Town
Hybernia Theatre, Old Town
|Hybernia Theatre in the Old Town|
Hybernia Theatre is set on Republic Square (náměstí republiky) in the Old Town, opposite Municipal House.
The theatre presents a varied programme of classical concerts, ballet and theatre performances.
Hybernia Theatre was built as a result of the reconstruction of a dilapidated art gallery, and former customs house, into a modern air-conditioned theatre with comfortable seating and fine acoustics.
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|St. Salvator Church at Charles Bridge|
St. Salvator Church at Charles Bridge is part of a group of buildings forming the oldest Czech Jesuit College - the Klementinum. This large, majestic church is a city landmark, located at one end of Charles Bridge, at the entrance to the Old Town.
St. Salvator is considered one of the most valuable examples of early-Baroque architecture in Prague. It houses two magnificent, restored organs.
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St. Salvator Church, Charles Bridge
St. Clement's Cathedral, Old Town
|St. Clement's Cathedral in the Old Town
St. Clement's Cathedral in Prague forms part of the Klementinum, the largest and one of the most historic complex of buildings in the Old Town. The church is close to Charles Bridge in the Old Town.
St. Clement's is a magnificent Baroque structure, with excellent acoustics. The original organ from the 18th century is still in situ, and the church is a fine venue for classical concerts which run from March to December.
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Clam-Gallas Palace is one of the most beautiful Baroque palaces in Prague, set amongst the narrow streets and quaint buildings of the Old Town.
During the 18th century great balls and concerts were held here, attended by the likes of Mozart and Beethoven.
Clam-Gallas Palace has revived the tradition. Twice a year it holds a series of authentic historical Baroque concerts, in February and mid-August to September.
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Vila Amerika: Dvořák Museum
|Vila Amerika: Dvořák Museum|
Vila Amerika is a Baroque summer palace built between 1712-1720. The building is now a museum dedicated to Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904), one of the Czech Republic's greatest composers.
From May to October, Vila Amerika presents a series of classical concerts entitled Wonderful Dvořák These take place in the Music Salon, which has a stunning ceiling fresco, and houses Dvořák artifacts. Performances are in a "living history" style, in period costume.
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|St. Jilji Church in the Old Town|
St. Jilji Church is set amongst the narrow streets and quaint buildings in the heart of the Old Town in Prague. St. Jilji is one of the most impressive churches in the Old Town, with its origins dating from the 13th century.
Gothic from the outside and Baroque within, St. Jilji is a large, beautifully crafted church with high ceilings and ornate decorations. The organ, dating from 1737, has a unique acoustic quality and has long been a favourite concert instrument for Czech and European organists.
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St. Jilji Church, Old Town
St. Martin in the Wall, Old Town
|St. Martin in the Wall Church in the Old Town|
St. Martin in the Wall Church is an ancient, beautifully preserved church set amongst the winding back streets and quaint buildings of the Old Town. It is located just a few minutes walk from both the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.
St. Martin in the Wall was built in the Romanesque style in 1178-1187. The excellent acoustics of the church and the historic setting make the classical concert events well worth attending.
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|St. Simon & St. Jude Church - Jewish Quarter|
St. Simon & St. Jude Church is set in a peaceful corner of the Jewish Quarter.
It is a large beautiful church built with a mix of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles.
Concerts are held just a few times each month and are organised by the Prague Symphony Orchestra, so the musical standards are excellent.
Of particular note is St. Simon & St. Jude's magnificent organ, which is played during the concerts. Its unique sound has drawn famous composers such as W.A. Mozart and J. Haydn to play at the church.
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St. Simon & St. Jude, Jewish Quarter