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This phenomenon music festival is drawing near. The Prague Spring brings a truly luxurious music experience. Join us on this luxurious social event in Prague.

The Prague Spring and its Musical Legends (12 May to 2 June)

Mgr. Jana Höger
04.Mar 2017
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The wide musical spectrum will include 45 concerts and ranges from a large orchestra, through chamber music, to contemporary music and the presentation of newest trends in the interpretation of past music eras. 

An impressive opening

The classical music festival will begin on 12 May with the internationally renowned Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra led by conductor Daniel Barenboim. In honor of famous composer Bedřich Smetana, the orchestra will perform Má Vlast. The Prague Spring festival will take place from 12 May to 2 June 2017 and offers high-quality music from the best artists in the world of music.

Who can you look forward to?

The following names promise a luxurious artistic experience: Toronto Symphony Orchestra with chief conductor Peter Oundjian, Orchestre de Paris with German conductor Thomasem Hengelbrockem, William Christie and his Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Zapico Brothers, Petr Wajsar, Maxim Vengerov, Celula New York Jan Lisiecki, Laco Déczi & Celula New York and many others.

Mezonetový byt s terasou Praha 2 - 204m
Mezonetový byt s terasou Praha 2 - 204m, Praha 2

A luxurious new “coat”

A new visual concept of the Prague Spring is called Musica Magica. This conceptallows musical instruments to come to life before your eyes. They merge with other object to create a something new, a creature – the singing bird, the symbol of spring. Singing birds on visuals symbolize not only those living in the nature but especially those in music. They have their own name, lives, social habits and rituals. The colors and shapes of the Prague Spring visual concept will take you to a dream world outside of everyday life and allow you to let your fantasy run wild, just like on classical music concerts.

And a cherry on the top!

The final concert will represent a luxurious closing of the Prague Year. It will feature Krzysztof Penderecki as one of the most significant composers in the 2nd half of 20th century and contemporary music. He will conduct the famous symphony “The Seven Gates of Jerusalem” that was created on the occasion of the 3000th anniversary of the foundation of Jerusalem.

Enjoy this luxurious event!

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