Concerts in Rudolfinum

Lots of good music in one place. Come and listen to classical music in top quality performance. Choose what interests you from the program.

Czech Philharmonic ⬩ Semyon Bychkov

Friday 2. December 7.30pm Dvořák Hall Czech Republic Prague

Ludwig van Beethoven and Dmitrij Šostakovič
with Česká studentská filharmonie and Semjon Byčkov – conductor on the programme

Advent Concert II ⬩ Janáček Trio

Sunday 4. December 3.00pm Suk Hall Czech Republic Prague

Zazní Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Suk, Dvořák a Gemrot Účinkuje Janáčkovo trio

Advent Concert II ⬩ Janáček Trio

Sunday 4. December 5.30pm Suk Hall Czech Republic Prague

Zazní Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Suk, Dvořák a Gemrot Účinkuje Janáčkovo trio

The Four Elements ⬩ Air

Monday 5. December 9.30am Suk Hall Czech Republic Prague

Ambrose Songs ⬩ 10th Jubilee Year

Wednesday 7. December 2.00pm Staircase in front of the main entrance Czech Republic Prague

Czech Philharmonic ⬩ Johan Dalene

Thursday 8. December 7.30pm Dvořák Hall Czech Republic Prague

Jean Sibelius and Detlev Glanert
with Johan Dalene – violin, Catriona Morison – mezzo-soprano, Christian Immler – bass baritone and more on the programme

Czech Philharmonic ⬩ Johan Dalene

Friday 9. December 7.30pm Dvořák Hall Czech Republic Prague

Jean Sibelius and Detlev Glanert
with Johan Dalene – violin, Catriona Morison – mezzo-soprano, Christian Immler – bass baritone and more on the programme

Czech Philharmonic ⬩ Johan Dalene

Saturday 10. December 3.00pm Dvořák Hall Czech Republic Prague

Jean Sibelius and Detlev Glanert
with Johan Dalene – violin, Catriona Morison – mezzo-soprano, Christian Immler – bass baritone and more on the programme

Advent Concert III ⬩ Czech Philharmonic Wind Sextet

Sunday 11. December 3.00pm Suk Hall Czech Republic Prague

Zazní Beethoven a Mozart Účinkuje Dechové sexteto České filharmonie

Advent Concert III ⬩ Czech Philharmonic Wind Sextet

Sunday 11. December 5.30pm Suk Hall Czech Republic Prague

Zazní Beethoven a Mozart Účinkuje Dechové sexteto České filharmonie