I thank you very much for all your help for us!
We could play wonderful pieces in the historical hall with warm audience. It was also for me a super experience and without your support we could not have gotten such a nice experience.
I am looking forward to working with you again.
Conductor, Doshisha University Orchestra
A wonderful tour with some of the best venues we’ve played in, and the most luxurious accommodation! Thank you for all your hard work.
Executive Director, Thames Youth Orchestra
I very much enjoyed the tour and everything went remarkable smoothly! Having done many such tours over the years, both with Chester and Birkenhead School, the Prague Concert Co. is the only concert tour organisers that I have come to trust. They always do what they say they will do, give excellent value for whatever budget is available to them, and employ people “on the ground” who know what they’re doing.
Principal Conductor Chester Music Society
Thank you so much for helping us with our detailed arrangements. Everybody on the tour was completely satisfied and it was wonderful to have expert local help at every stage in the planning of accommodation, tickets for Festival events, and day excursions from Brno. Working with Markéta was a pleasure.
We were honoured to take part in the organisation of the Regional Conference of The World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles (WASBE) in Prague from July 8th – 11th. During the conference, lectures and workshops were given by symphonic wind experts and famous conductors and composers, such as Douglas Bostock, Alexander Comitas and Jan Vičar. The evening concerts showcased orchestras from Hungary, Slovenia, Estonia, USA, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.
More information on www.wasbeprague.com
In 2016 the Musica Orbis concert series entered its fourth season. During the months of May and July, four guest ensembles performed in four unique Prague concert halls. Musica Orbis brings together the most talented foreign performers visiting Prague to offer a particularly attractive programme.
Traditionally, Musica Orbis focuses on prestigious youth orchestras. and this year we welcomed outstanding groups from the United States and Great Britain. The opening concert in May took place in the prestigious Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum and introduced the University of North Carolina Greensboro Wind Symphony.
We were also honoured to welcome musicians from the world-famous American conservatory The Eastman School of Music. Amongst other works they presented a piece by Czech-born composer Karel Husa, winner of the 1968 Pulitzer Prize for Music.
In July we see performances by two outstanding orchestras from either side of the Atlantic – Glasgow Orchestral Society from Scotland and The Youth Orchestra of San Antonio from Texas.
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