The Czech Philharmonic rents out a number of elegant Rudolfinum halls and rooms, suitable not only for music performances, but also for conferences, dinner parties and other social events. Apart from the large Dvořák Hall, designed to accommodate orchestral performances, it is possible to rent the intimate Suk Hall, rehearsal rooms, dressing rooms and a state-of-the-art recording studio. Both halls and lounges can be used for social gatherings.
The world-famous concert hall has been the home stage of the Czech Philharmonic since the orchestra’s very first public performance on 4 January 1896, when it played here under the baton of Antonín Dvořák. The main concert hall of the Rudolfinum is suitable especially for symphonic, oratorio and chamber music performances.
The central hall of the gallery building was designed as the main official entrance to the upper-floor gallery. This biggest Rudolfinum space is used for large-scale social gatherings: gala dinners, receptions or balls.
This most elegant room on the right side of Dvořák Hall can be used for press conferences, presentations and small social gatherings.