Smetana Hall, Municipal House
|Municipal House (Smetana Concert Hall)|
Municipal House is one of the finest Art Nouveau buildings in Europe, constructed of intricate stonework, gold trimmings, frescos and stained glass windows.
Inside is the Smetana Concert Hall, one of two large concert halls in Prague, and where the grandest orchestras perform a variety of classical concerts.
Municipal House also has a French restaurant, a Czech restaurant, a café and the American Bar.
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|Rudolfinum (Dvořák Concert Hall)|
The Rudolfinum is a stunning Neo-Renaissance building set by the river in the Old Town. It was once the seat of the state parliament, but today boasts the Dvořák Concert Hall, which rivals the Smetana at Municipal House (see above) in size and grandeur.
The Dvořák competes with the Smetana in hosting the finest orchestras to play Prague. It is home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
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Dvořák Hall, Rudolfinum
Mirror Chapel, 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.
Klementinum concert tickets: Prague concert tickets
|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 these special events take place.
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Café Mozart, Old Town Square
Lobkowicz Palace, Castle
|Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle|
Lobkowicz Palace is part of the Prague Castle complex. It is one of city's most acclaimed tourist attractions, displaying exhibits from the Lobkowicz family collections.
Lobkowicz Palace is the only significant venue to offer lunchtime classical concerts.
Visitors can purchase a museum and concert package, which entitles you to visit all of Lobkowicz Palace and includes a ticket for a classical concert.
Lobkowicz Palace concerts: Prague concert tickets
Spanish Synagogue, Jewish Qtr
|Spanish Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter|
The Spanish Synagogue in Prague is often described as the most beautiful synagogue in Europe. Set in the heart of the Jewish Quarter (next to the Old Town), it is a stunning sight, both from the outside and within.
This magnificent building forms part of the Jewish Museum. Plus, it is the wonderful setting for early evening classical concerts.
Spanish Synagogue tickets: Prague concert tickets
|Villa Amerika: Dvořák Museum|
Villa 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 greatest Czech composers.
From May to October Villa Amerika hosts a series of classical concerts entitled Wonderful Dvořák. These are performed in the Music Salon, which has a stunning ceiling fresco and houses Dvořák artifacts. Performances are presented "living history style" in period costume.
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Villa Amerika Dvořák Museum
St. Martin in the Wall, Old Town
|St. Martin in the Wall Church in the Old Town|
St. Martin in the Wall is an ancient beautifully preserved church set amongst the winding back streets of the Old Town. It is 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 concerts an event worth attending.
St. Martin concert 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.
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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 beautiful church built in 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.
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
|Clam-Gallas Palace in the Old Town|
Clam-Gallas Palace in the Old Town is one of the most beautiful Baroque palaces in Prague.
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 of the grand event, twice a year hosting a series of authentic historical Baroque concerts. These run during February and from mid-August to September.
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Clam-Gallas Palace, Old Town