Czech Strings Chamber Ensemble and Great Organ in Prague

Sun, Feb 17 2019, 16:30
St. Giles Church
No assigned seating
Total price 580  CZK

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Classical concert with the sound of a unique Baroque-Romantic organ from the 18th century.

The great organ which is in the St. Giles Church originated in the year 1733, having 3500 pipes and for its unique sound qualities, it is one of the favorite concert instruments of leading Czech as well as foreign musicians.

Performed by
Czech String Chamber Ensemble
Jakub Jansky - artistic leader 
Josef Popelka - organ

Czech String Chamber Ensemble was established in 1996. They members - concert masters perform a high level of Czech musician scene. Besides the Czech Republic, the orchestra also successfully performs abroad.

Nicolo Paganini: Grand Variazioni
Johann Sebastian Bach: Toccata and fugue in D Minor
Antonio Vivaldi: Spring and Winter from The Four Seasons
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Introduction and fugue in C Major
Franz Schubert: Ave Maria
Antonin Dvorak: Romantic pieces: Cavatina, Capriccio
Antonin Dvorak: Largo from New World Symphony
Maurice Ravel: Bolero
Léon Boellmann: Toccata

Adults: 580 CZK
Students / Seniors: 500 CZK
Children under 10 years free of charge.

Duration: 60 minutes

During the winter the interior of the church is heated, but it is advisable to wear warm clothing for the concerts.