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
The eastern half of the Czech Republic is famous for its castles and chateaux, its wine-growing regions, lively folklore traditions and spectacular cave systems, but most of all for the warm hospitality of its inhabitants. The historic Moravian capital of Olomouc is a good place to start exploring, whilst the Czech Republic’s second city Brno has a lively musical scene and historical associations with Janáček. We have welcomed many symphony orchestras to the Great Hall of the Palace of the Prince-Archbishops in Kroměříž, which is breathtaking in its splendour. Moravia can easily be combined with a stay in Prague or in Slovakia.
This region is world-famous for elegant spa towns like Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) and Marianské Lázně (Marienbad). In the summer months streams of visitors come to „take the waters“ and find healing in nature. The main spa season runs from May to October and visiting ensembles are much in demand to give concerts for the spa guests, whether on the majestic colonnades, or in local churches and halls. The capital of the region is the city of Plzeň (Pilsen), famous as the home of Pilsner beer and an important cultural centre in its own right (European City of Culture 2015), with a magnificent concert hall and the tallest cathedral in the Czech Republic. The range of spacious indoor and outdoor venues make this region an ideal destination for larger instrumental groups from symphony orchestras to concert bands.
This romantic landscape of lakes and rolling hills is famous for its little historic towns dating from medieval times. Ancient monasteries and elegant chateaux seem to dot the countryside at every turn. Based in the famous brewing capital of České Budějovice (home to the famous Budweiser beer) you are well placed to explore charming destinations like Třeboň, Tábor or Jindřichův Hradec. We especially recommend this region to choirs, who will find excellent performance opportunities in the region’s Gothic and Baroque churches, whilst smaller orchestras can play in the historic theatres or more modern houses of culture which are to be found in every community of some size. And last but definitely not least: the Czech Republic’s second most visited city, Český Krumlov, is a jewel of Renaissance architecture picturesquely nestling in a bend in the River Vltava – once seen, never forgotten.
With Prague as a base, it is easy to explore the Central Bohemian region, which boasts the Czech Republic’s most famous castle, Karlštejn, built to house the Czech crown jewels, as well as the UNESCO-listed medieval silver-mining town of Kutná Hora and little spas like Poděbrady and Mšené. We often take performing groups to explore the charms of smaller towns, where concerts by visiting ensembles in churches or chateaux attract enthusiastic audiences. Performing in one of the many local festivals is also a great way of getting to know our beautiful country.
Prague, City of a Hundred Spires, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Get to know it in person! We offer concert opportunities in spectacular baroque churches, prestigious symphony halls and grand town squares as well as the possibility of singing for services in the soaring Gothic cathedral of St. Vitus.
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