Enjoy the highlight of classical music in the Klementinum - St. Salvator Church with historical surroundings of the beautiful Charles Bridge area!
St. Salvator Church, the main church of the Klementinum complex, was built between 1578 and 1601. It is situated close to Charles Bridge and marks the entrance to the Old Town. St. Salvator Church is considered Prague's most valuable example of Baroque architecture. The church houses two magnificent organs and hosts a number of classical concerts throughout the year.
Charpentier Te Deum Prélude
Handel - Largo from Xerxes
Vivaldi - The Four Seasons Spring & Summer
Bach - Toccata & Fugue in D minor
Mozart - Requiem Lacrimosa
Bach - Air on the G string
Schubert - Ave Maria
Mozart - Divertimento K136 Allegro
Smetana - The Moldau
Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 - Allegro
Royal Czech Orchestra (chamber cast)
Beginnings of the Royal Orchestra traces back to the second half of the 17th century, to the reign of Leopold I. King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, who was a generous patron of the orchestra while also being a praiseworthy composer himself. The Orchestra was re-established after the Velvet Revolution of 1989. Today, the Royal Czech Orchestra features the most highly acclaimed professional musicians to be found in the Czech Republic.
Marie Fajtova - Soprano
Viktor Mazacek - Violin Solo
Robert Hugo - Organ
Duration: 60 minutes
Dress code: casual
Senior citizen discount: over 65 years
Student discount: 0-26 years old (13-26 years with a valid student identification card)
Seats are not numbered - open seating
During the winter, the interior of the church is heated, but it is recommended that you dress in warm clothing when attending the concerts.