The most recently added Rudolfinum hall was built between 1940 and 1942 under the project of architects Antonín Engel and Bohumír Kozák. This smaller concert hall, whose construction was carried out simultaneously with interventions in the adjacent Dvořák Hall, was decorated in a style inspired by Zítek’s and Schulz’s original designs, which makes it fit perfectly within the original concept of the building.
This space is suitable for
- company parties
- gala dinners
- social functions
- press conferences
- fashion shows
- lectures and educational events
192 people (190 seated + 2 wheelchairs)
The concert hall features a new Fazioli grand piano and is suitable chiefly for chamber performances. Like Dvořák Hall, it is connected to the Rudolfinum’s recording studio.
The space is adjacent to the large Ceremony Hall and the two halls can be joined together for large-scale social events.
Do you wish to be shown around Suk Hall or make a reservation for your event?
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