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Music from the Movies at Smetana Hall in Prague

Prague, Municipal House (Obecní dum) — Smetana Hall

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About the Event

Immerse yourself in the stunning architecture of Prague's breathtaking Municipal House Obecní dum for the ultimate movie concert.

The Dvořák Symphony Orchestra Prague will perform at the concert in a more intimate line‐up with percussion and solo vocals.

Complete concert program: E. Bernstein: The Magnificent Seven (Music from the movie)
C. M. Schönberg: I Dream A Dream ('Les Miserables')
H. Zimmer: Pirates of the Caribbean (Music from the movie)
K. Svoboda: Three Nuts for Cinderella (Song from the movie)
K. Anderson‐Lopez — Let It Go ('Frozen')
M. Magne: Angéligue (Music from the movie)
B. Anderson: Super Trouper ('Mamma Mia!')
Vangelis: Conquest Of Paradise ('1492: Conquest Of Paradise')
A.L. Webber: I Don't Know How to Love Him ('Jesus Christ Superstar')
E. Morricone: Once Upon a Time In the West (Song from the movie)
J. Williams: E.T. (Music from the movie)
J. Brabec: Song about the death of an innocent fool (Song from musical 'Clochemerle')
J. Horner: My Heart Will Go On ('Titanic')
F. Mercury: Bohemian Rhapsody
T. Newman: James Bond: Skyfall (Song from the movie)

Practical Information

VIP: Row 6‐12
A: Row 1‐5 and 13‐16 and main balcony
B: Row 17‐27
C: Row 28‐32


Ensemble: The Dvořák Symphony Orchestra Prague
Singer: Lucie Mlynářová

Municipal House (Obecní dum)

The Municipal House is a popular Prague attraction and one of the most beautiful buildings in the Old Town, situated at Republic Square not far from the Powder Gate. In the Middle Ages the site housed the palace of the King of Bohemia,and was later used as a college, archbishop´s residence, and a military academy. The structure was eventually torn down, and in 1912 the new Municipal House was erected in the Art Nouveau style. Since opening, the Municipal House has been a glamorous location for festive balls, concerts, exhibitions and important meetings, including the declaration of Czechoslovak Independence in 1918. Today the Municipal House is used primarily as a venue for classical concerts in Prague. Its main hall is named after famous Czech composer Bedrich Smetana, and serves as one of the principal stages for the Prague Spring International Music Festival. The hall can accommodate up to 1200 people and has unique acoustics. The architectural highlight of the Smetana Hall is a glass dome decorated with steel grids and stained glass, which is illuminated when darkness falls. A place of pilgrimage for many of the worlds greatest organists, the real jewel of the Municipal House is the great organ, its almost 5000 pipes crowned with Smetana´s portrait.


Municipal House (Obecní dum), 5 Republic Square (Namesti republiky 5), Prague, Czech Republic — Google Maps

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