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.
Your organization and choice of choral clinician in Veronika was perfect. All your many many concert details were excellent and you were actually still accommodating for us up to the moment the concert started.
Wow! We’ve been so fortunate to have you.
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
I would like to thank you for your collaboration on the successful concert we had at the Rudolfinum. The full house audience with standing ovation made the spirit of our members very high
Conductor, World Civic Orchestra
Nice concerts in beautiful venues with enthusiastic audiences, nice activities, good hotel, … I can say without any doubt that you did a very good job. You prepared and organized our trip in a correct and professional way … I can really recommend you and your company.
Conductor, Fanfare de Vriendenkring
Known as Florence on the Elbe thanks to its magnificent baroque buildings, the city suffered devastating bombardment during the Second World War, but many of the majestic palaces and imposing churches have now been completely restored or rebuilt, including the famous Frauenkirche and the Semper Opera. The Dresdner Musikfestspiele every May features concerts in these and other historic venues.
Leipzig, a city with a great mercantile history and a corresponding sense of civic pride, is likely to draw music lovers with its unparalled range of connections to some of the major figures in German – and European – musical history. Bach, Wagner, Mendelssohn and Schumann all spent productive periods here, and festivals celebrating their contribution are based in the city, the most famous being the Bachfest, centred on performances in Bach’s Thomaskirche and the Gewandhaus concert hall. The choir of the Thomaskirche can look back on an unbroken tradition of liturgical music going back before Bach’s day and the Gewandhaus Orchestra dates back to the 18th century. Their traditions combine in annual performances of Bach’s Christmas Oratorio in December or the St. John and St. Matthew passions at Eastertide. A visit to Leipzig can easily be combined with an excursion to nearby Dresden.
The German capital is a city buzzing with creative energy, forward-looking but still marked by the signs of a tumultuous past, whether as political centre of the Third Reich or as a divided territory during the Cold War. The city has exclusive shopping streets, trendy alternative districts, smart restaurants, cosy pubs and cafés, world-class museums and a cultural life that offers something for everyone. Music lovers can take their pick of two major symphony halls (Philharmonie and Konzerthaus) and three opera houses (Deutsche Oper, Staatsoper and Komische Oper) as well as a host of less conventional venues. The excellent Museum Card gives access to almost all the city’s significant collections, including those on the famous Museum Island.
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