Thank you for all of your help and assistance during the past several months. It was, I’m sure, a big part of making our tour so successful. The concert in the Spanish Hall is one that my students and I will talk about for the rest of our lives. We so appreciate all that you did in making this such an incredible trip to your part of the world. I hope our paths can cross again in the future.
Director of Bands, North Dakota State University
Thank you for all of your work for our concert at Emauzy last week! The space was beautiful and we enjoyed performing there very much. You made us feel so welcome and special and that means a lot. The crowd was wonderful and my students and I had a great experience! Thank you, again!
Director of Bands, The University of Tennessee Martin
I want to say a huge thank you for all your wonderful efforts to make our time in Prague so fantastic.
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Director of Choirs, Rockport High School
The Turkish National Youth Philharmonic and I were delighted with our second collaboration with the Prague Concert Co. Any appearance-but specially the first- in major European centers of musical excellence is a memorable experience for young musicians. The excellent team assured concerts in prestigious halls (including in the Smetana Hall in 2015 and the Rudolfinum in 2017) that were profesionally run and extremely well attended. We were also delighted with the services outside the concert halls, which were higly professional and free of stress, so important to us during busy international tours. Thank you all for making this so special for us.
Conductor, Turkish National Youth Philharmonic
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Conductor, World Civic Orchestra
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Conductor, Fanfare de Vriendenkring
There are currently 51 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Germany. From historical monuments and pilgrimage sites to interactive museums to archaeological parks and other activities, your wanderings will be taken care of, whether you head to the seven World Heritage Sites along the Rhine and Moselle riverscapes, explore Europe’s largest mountain park or decide to discover 7,000 years of history. Here’s a small taste of what you can see on your tour of Germany.
Berlin’s modernist residential districts
Admire the unique building concept of 6 Berlin’s modernist residential districts. The neighbourhoods were built between 1913 and 1934 as an alternative to the gloomy tenements of the imperial era and were based on the concept of “light, air and sun”. Their bright forms shaped the architecture and urbanism of the 20th century, and they are, among other things, easily accessible by bus tour.
Reichenau Monastery Island
If you’re going to be at Lake Constance, be sure to visit the Reichenau Monastery Island: Three Romanesque churches testify to the fact that the former Benedictine abbey on the island in Baden-Württemberg was an important monastery in the 9th to 11th centuries. The monastic tradition is still alive today thanks to religious festivals and processions on the island.
The pilgrimage church “Die Wies”
The pilgrimage church of St Joseph at the Scourged Saviour in the Wies is a masterpiece of Bavarian Rococo. Located at the foot of the Alps, it attracts around a million visitors from all over the world every year. Here you can not only admire, but also attend services and listen to summer concerts. And if you want to contemplate in peace, you can do so on one of the many pilgrimage trails and enjoy the beautiful nature of the Alpine foothills.
The “journey through time” route
On this journey from Munich to Hildesheim, time takes on a new dimension: in just 10 days, you will experience a fast-paced flight through the history of the Earth and humanity, repeatedly encountering the interplay of past and present, including a brief glimpse into the future. Among the exceptional stops on your journey through time are 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A description of the entire itinerary can be found here.
A route “for the whole family”
Interactive museums, archaeological parks, activity offers and the history of the famous Loreley make this trip a treat for the whole family. Day trips from Frankfurt, Koblenz and Cologne take you through the impressive river landscape around the Rhine and Moselle to 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites over 8 days. A description of the full itinerary can be found here.
The “Body & Spirituality” route
On the 11-day route from Frankfurt via Baden-Baden and Konstanz to Füssen, you will visit 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Historical spa architecture, traditional natural remedies, churches and monasteries provide mental and physical relaxation. A description of the entire itinerary can be found here.
To learn more about all the sights and themed trails in the footsteps of UNESCO sites, visit www.germany.travel
♥ Sightseeing tour of Prague
♥ Official welcome at the Prague Old Town Hall
♥ Workshop with renowned Czech conductors
♥ Opening concert in a beautiful venue in the city centre
♥ Welcome dinner at the art nouveau-style Municipal House Café
♥ Competitive and non-competitive categories
♥ Announcement of results and evening award ceremony
♥ Dinner cruise on the Vltava river
♥ Mass participation in St. Vitus’s Cathedral – the largest Castle in the world
♥ Festival concerts
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This year will be opened at the beginning of March by a Japanese orchestra from Kyoto.
Doshisha University Orchestra is one of the most prestigious and oldest youth orchestras in Japan. They will perform his Symphony No. 7 in D minor on 5 March in the Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum. This will be accompanied by the Academic Festive Overture Op. 80 by his mentor and friend Johannes Brahms. The recent musical past will be represented by Music for Symphony Orchestra by Japanese composer Yasushi Akutagawa, which reflects the influences of Dimitri Shostakovich and Sergei Prokofiev.
The second concert in the series will feature the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra from Southern California, which celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this year and is recognized as one of the country’s foremost youth orchestras. The orchestra will perform works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Bedřich Smetana and Giuseppe Verdi under the baton of Jacob Sustaita in Prague’s Smetana Hall on June 29.
The third concert of the series will be concluded on 8 July in the Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum by the Oakland Symphony Youth Orchestra, an American orchestra from the San Francisco area that tours internationally every three years. Among other things, the Rudolfinum will pay tribute to Czech music with Josef Suk’s Fantastic Scherzo for Orchestra, Op. 25, the Unanswered Question by the American composer Charles Ives and the overture to the opera Candide by his compatriot Leonard Bernstein.
The festival will take place on the 5th – 7th November 2023 in the Concert Hall of the Prague Conservatory on the banks of the Vltava River in Prague. Traditionally there will be a competition, concerts, award ceremony, boat cruise on the Vltava River with a banquet and a Mass participation in St. Vitus’s Cathedral.
Photos and video from last year you can see in this link in the gallery.
We are looking forward to singing together again in Prague ❤
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The Sounds of Žofín brass music festival featured an incredible 1800 musicians from all over the world, playing 32 concerts over 4 days!
The festival was being held as part of the WASBE (World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles) conference. The 19th annual conference paid special tribute to the Czech-American composer, Pulitzer Prize winner, Karel Husa, whose Music for Prague 1968 is an iconic work of the symphonic wind repertoire, and had also marked the 100th anniversary of the composer’s birth, one year late.
See the official video.
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