concert halls, Churches, Palaces and Historic Buildings
Classical concerts in Prague are staged in an array of beautiful churches, concert halls, palaces, theatres and historic buildings.
We only list the best concerts at the finest venues in Prague - concert listings & tickets
Smetana Hall, Municipal House
|Municipal House (Smetana Concert Hall)|
Municipal House is the city's foremost Art Nouveau building, and one of the finest in Europe. It is constructed of intricate stonework, gold trimmings, frescos and stained glass windows.
Municipal House contains the Smetana Concert Hall, the grandest concert hall in Prague, where the largest orchestras to play the city perform.
Municipal House also has a French restaurant, a Czech restaurant, a café and the American Bar.
Municipal House concert tickets: Prague concert tickets
| 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.
Klementinum concert tickets: Prague concert tickets
Mirror Chapel, Klementinum
Lobkowicz Palace, the Castle
||Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle|
Part of the Prague Castle
complex, Lobkowicz Palace is a highly acclaimed museum and concert venue.
Lobkowicz Palace is the only significant music venue in Prague to stage daily classical concerts at lunchtime.
Choose either a concert only ticket or a museum and concert package. The package entitles you to tour Lobkowicz Palace, and to attend the concert before or afterwards.
Lobkowicz Palace concerts: Prague concert tickets
Café Mozart, Old Town Square
||Café Mozart at the Old Town Square|
Elegant Café Mozart is set in a prime position on the Old Town Square, opposite the Astronomical Clock.
Several nights a week this timeless establishment hosts either a 'Dinner & Mozart' or 'Dinner & Jazz' night, combining a live concert with a delicious meal.
Browse through our concert listings to find the dates of these special events.
Café Mozart tickets: Prague concert tickets
|St. Jilji Church in the Old Town|
St. Jilji Church is set amongst the narrow streets and quaint old buildings of the Old Town. St. Jilji is one of the most impressive churches in the Old Town, with its origins dating from the 13th century.
Gothic on 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.
St. Jilji Church concert tickets: Prague concert tickets
St. Jilji Church, Old Town
St. Simon & St. Jude, Jewish Qtr
||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 church built in a mix of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles.
Concerts are held just a few times each month. They are organised by the Prague Symphony Orchestra, so the musical standards are excellent.
The unique sound of St. Simon and St. Jude's magnificent organ has drawn composers such as W.A. Mozart and J. Haydn to play at the church.
St. Simon & St. Jude concerts: Prague concert tickets
|Villa Amerika: Dvořák Museum|
Villa Amerika was built between 1712-1720, during the Baroque period, as a summer palace. The building is now a museum dedicated to Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904), one of the greatest Czech composers.
From May to October, Villa Amerika hosts a series of concerts entitled Wonderful Dvořák. These are held in the Music Salon, which has a stunning ceiling fresco and houses Dvořák artifacts. Performances are presented "living history style", in period costume.
Villa Amerika concert tickets: Prague concert tickets
Villa Amerika Dvořák Museum
Dvořák Hall at the Rudolfinum
||Dvořák Concert Hall at Rudolfinum|
The Rudolfinum in Prague is a fine Neo-Renaissance building set in a commanding position near the river.
The Dvořák Hall inside the Rudolfinum is one of the two largest concert halls in Prague (the other is the Smetana Hall at Municipal House
Unfortunately, many of the concerts held in the Dvořák Hall are not open to tourists; tickets are sold to subscription members only, mainly Czech people, who sign up for a series of concerts throughout the season.
Where tickets for concerts are open to visitors, Prague Experience lists them in our concert listings.
Dvořák Hall concert tickets: Prague concert tickets
|Suk Hall at Rudolfinum|
The Suk Hall is the second concert hall inside Rudolfinum, and is also an impressive venue for classical concerts.
Unlike in the Dvořák Hall (see above), all concerts in the Suk Hall are open to visitors to Prague. And most of these concerts feature musicians from the same orchestra, the Czech Philharmonic, appearing in a variety of chamber orchestras.
Suk Hall tickets: Prague concert tickets
Suk Hall at the Rudolfinum