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The Best of Mozart & Dvořák at Municipal House

Prague, Municipal House (Obecní dum) — Smetana Hall

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Experience the enchanting melodies of Mozart and Dvořák as you immerse yourself in the mesmerizing performance of a small chamber orchestra at Prague's exquisite Municipal House. The intimate setting ensures that you will hear every note with utmost clarity, allowing you to fully appreciate the beauty and emotion of these inspiring compositions.

Indulge in the timeless classics by the renowned Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the talented Antonín Dvořák, transporting yourself to a world of exquisite musicality. As the orchestra fills the Municipal House with their masterful interpretations of these beloved pieces, take a moment to marvel at the stunning architecture that surrounds you, adding another layer of splendor to this unforgettable experience.

Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to treat yourself to a night of pure musical bliss in the heart of Prague. Allow yourself to be captivated by the magic of Mozart and Dvořák, while basking in the refined elegance of the Municipal House. It is an evening that promises to leave a lasting impression on your soul.


  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Mala nocni hudba
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Divertimento D dur
  • Antonín Dvořák – Stara matka
  • Antonín Dvořák – Humoreska
  • Antonín Dvořák – Largo z 9.symfonie (Z Noveho sveta)
  • Antonín Dvořák – 2 valciky
  • Antonín Dvořák – Slovansky tanec c.8 G dur
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Chamber Music: Prague Music Chamber Orchestra

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.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Perhaps the most important composer of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was an Austrian composer of the late 18th century. Born in 1756 in Salzburg, he showed prodigious musical talent from childhood. Beginning at five years of age, he composed more than 600 works, including concertos, symphonies, religious works and operas before his premature death at the age of 35. Hi influence over successive generations cannot be overestated - Ludwig van Beethoven wrote of Mozart "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years”. Despite the immense success of his compositions, and the acclaim he received across Europe, Mozart achieved little financial security and rwas buried in an unmarked grave in Vienna's St Marx Cemetery.

Antonín Dvořák

Antonin Dvorak is considered to be one of the most well-known and prominent Czechs in the world, as his musical work gained international recognition already during his lifetime. He was born in 1841 in a small Czech village into a butcher’s family. At the age of 6, Dvorak started taking violin lessons and it immediately became obvious that the boy had exceptional talent in music. Later in life, he was learning to master piano and organ as well as simultaneously working in a slaughterhouse. After Dvorak turned 16, he was admitted to the Organ School in Prague that trained future professional composers. After graduating, he stayed in Prague, joined Karel Komzak’s orchestra and started actively composing his own music. However, he struggled to make ends meet and always had to work on the side by playing music in churches and giving private music lessons. Finally, 1874 became a turning point in his life when he won a financial grant from an Austrian Prize competition for his 15 submitted works. This allowed him to quit the orchestra and devote himself fully to composing. During this period, he wrote his Slavonic Dances, Moravian Duets and Violin Concerto, which brought him sweeping success. In 1892 he was invited to teach at the New York National Conservatory, where he stayed until 1895 before returning home. He started teaching at the Prague conservatory and later became its director. Until his death in 1904, he had been a successful and well-loved composer, both in his homeland and around the whole world.

Customer Reviews

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  • sigismondo francesco t, Argentina

    Jun 2019

    Very nice concert and beautiful the Smetana Hall

  • OLGA N, Россия

    Jan 2019

    Спасибо большое за хорошую организацию и доставленное наслаждение великолепной музыкой. Мы с дочерью остались очень довольны.

  • M H., Netherlands

    Jan 2012

    We booked for Mozart and Dvorak, but were presented many composers. It was enjoyable, but not as expected. Also we expected an orchastra and not 6 string players

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