Pearls of Classical Music in Prague Castle - Lobkowicz Palace
Enjoy the concert of classical music in a beautifully decorated baroque concert hall with impressive 17th-century painted stucco ceilings at Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Castle!
Professional musicians, including members of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, play the Music of Queens program that is based on the worldwide project "Women in the Arts" and is enriched with the most famous works of W. A. Mozart, A. Dvorak, and B. Smetana.
Prinzessin Wilhelmine von Preussen : Un certo freddo d 'orrore
Queen Anna Boleyn : Ó Death rock me asleep
Philipp Hyacint Lobkowicz : Suite in C
Maria Theresia von Paradise : Sicilienne
W. A. Mozart : Turkish March
Queen Marie Antoinette : Petit Piéce
Princess Alexandra of Saxe - Altenburg : Titan
Clara Schumann : Piéce for piano solo
Antonin Dvorak : Piéce romantique
Cecile Chaminade : Concertino
Bedrich Smetana : Vltava
Queen Liliuokalani : Aloha oe
Viola - alternation:
Jan Sramek, Jan Marecek, Dominik Travnicek, Martin Sekyra, Dagmar Maskova
Piano - alternation:
Jana Hruskova, Martina Hajkova, Ivana Nemethova, Silvie Jezkova, Martin Fila
Flute - alternation:
Zofie Vokalkova, Dana Hegerova, Eva Schwanova, Michaela Valentova, Anna Bastova
Adult: 18 - 60 years
Student: 7 - 26 years (with a valid student ID)
Senior: 60 years and over
Children 6 and under - free entry
Duration: 60 minutes
Starts at 1:00 PM every day. The concert hall is open 15 minutes before.
We recommend to arrive 40 minutes before the concert starts because of the security check-in spots within the Prague Castle area! We recommend to use the entrance near the tram stop Prague Castle (street intersection Marianske hradby and U Prasneho mostu). Here is the shortest security check queue. Additionally, you can come here by taxi or use car parking.
Special offer: Combo Ticket (Concert + Museum + free audio guide in 8 languages + 10 % discount to the Lobkowicz palace café)
With the "combo ticket", you can enjoy a classical music concert and visit a unique art collection in the Lobkowicz Palace Museum. The tour is audio guided, and you can look forward to seeing musical instruments, original scores and manuscripts from Beethoven and Mozart, paintings by famous masters such as Canaletto, Brueghel the Elder and Velázquez, fine porcelain, ceramics and rare decorative arts dating from the 16th to 20th centuries and more. By purchasing a "combo ticket", you will have also a 10% discount to The Lobkowicz Palace Café with its spacious balcony and a spectacular view of Prague.
The museum is open daily from 10.00 AM to 6.00 PM