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Prague: Mozart Dinner in Neo-Baroque Boccaccio Ballroom

1. Prague: Mozart Dinner in Neo-Baroque Boccaccio Ballroom

The musical ensemble Amadeus Prague features 2 opera singers from Czech opera houses and instrumentalists from the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra. They perform their art dressed in period costumes. With your ticket for this 2.5-hour program you’ll enjoy their performance of the most famous arias and duets from Mozart’s operas, Don Giovanni (which premiered in Prague 1787), The Marriage of Figaro, and The Magic Flute. Bask in the atmosphere of the period in a historically protected ballroom. Enjoy the beauty this masterpiece of artificial marble, gold, and crystal glass. Located in the very heart of Prague’s Old Town, it is one of the mythical places where great parties and shows with dinner were regularly held until the beginning of the Communist era. This 3-part classical Mozart concert program (each segment lasting 20 minutes) is performed between the courses of the dinner menu. First Part of Mozart Concert: Don Giovanni Aria Leporella – Notte e giorno faticar Duet Zerlina and Masetto – Giovinette che fate l´amore A Little Night Music – Allegro Aria Zerlina – Batti, batti o bel Masetto A Little Night Music – Romance Duet Giovanni and Zerlina – La ci darem la mano First course of the meal is served. Second Part of Mozart Concert: The Best of Mozart’s Operas Aria Figaro – Non piú andrai, from The Marriage of Figaro Aria Cherubino – Voi che sapete, from The Marriage of Figaro Divertimento D-Dur – Allegro Aria Don Giovanni – Finch´ han dal vino, from Don Giovanni Divertimento D-Dur – Presto Duet Susanna and Figaro – Tutto é tranquillo…Pace, pace, from The Marriage of Figaro Main course is served. Third Part of Mozart Concert: The Magic Flute Divertimento B-Dur – Allegro di molto Duet Papageno and Pamina – Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen A Little Night Music – Menuetto Aria Pamina – Ach ich fühl’s Aria Papageno – Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen Duet Papageno a Papagena – Pa-pa Dessert is served. The traditional Czech-Austrian dinner comprises 3 courses inspired by recipes from Czech and Austrian cuisine. The dinner includes pea soup with buttered croutons, beef top blade with red wine sauce, served with celery and potato puree, and homemade apple strudel with almonds and vanilla sauce. Boccaccio Menu Soup: Pea soup with buttered croutons Main course: Beef top blade with red wine sauce and potato-celery purée Dessert: Homemade apple pie with almonds and vanilla sauce Vegetarian Menu Soup: Pea soup with buttered croutons Main course: Homemade potato gnocchi in creamy paprika sauce with roasted vegetables Dessert: Homemade apple pie with almonds and vanilla sauce Children's Menu Soup: Strong beef broth with vegetables and homemade noodles Main course: Mini chicken nuggets with steamed potatoes and carrots in butter Dessert: Homemade apple pie with almonds and vanilla sauce

Prague: Concert at Reduta Jazz Club

2. Prague: Concert at Reduta Jazz Club

Enjoy an incredible evening of jazz at the Reduta Jazz Club in the heart of Prague. Since its opening in 1957, the club has been the home of Czech jazz music. Watch a fantastic 2.5-hour performance in this beautiful cultural monument. Forget about time and stress, and listen to world-class music at a famous venue. Stop at the Saxophone Bar to drink a beer tapped into a golden saxophone. Select the VIP option to enjoy a welcome drink and sit in the place where Václav Havel and Bill Clinton once sat.

Prague: Classical Concert in the Spanish Synagogue

3. Prague: Classical Concert in the Spanish Synagogue

Enjoy a concert of classical, modern, and Jewish music in the Spanish Synagogue performed by leading players from the Prague FOK Symphony Orchestra. Enjoy a wonderful mix of compositions expertly performed by professional musicians. Depending on your chosen day, hear a variety of classical works such as the best of Gershwin, the best of the world and Czech music, Jewish traditional songs, Bolero, and Hallelujah. Listen to solo and ensemble pieces by famous composers such as Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, and Bach, alongside great 19th-century Czech composers including Dvořák and Smetana. Admire the beauty of the synagogue designed in a Moorish Revival Style. See the remarkable interior decor which features stylized Islamic motifs applied to the walls, doors, and gallery balustrades. Enjoy the performance surrounded by historic works of art, and perfect acoustics. Programme: • Sundays and Tuesdays: Bolero • Mondays: Gershwin • Wednesdays: The Best of World and Czech music • Thursdays: Hallelujah

Prague: Nightlife Ticket

4. Prague: Nightlife Ticket

Spend less. See more. Discover the very best of Prague’s bar and club scene at an incredibly low price. With one ticket you can visit 15 of Prague’s best clubs for free. The list of venues is carefully selected, constantly growing, and includes: the world-famous Karlovy Lázně, stretching over five floors and located in a 15th-century spa right by Charles Bridge, the legendary Old Town club Zatý Strom, the 100-year-old Chapeau Rouge, as well as the Radost FX, the birthplace of Prague’s post-revolutionary electronic music scene, and two of the city’s best after-hour venues in Atelier and Batalion. In addition to entry, you'll receive a free shot or buy-one-get-one-free cocktails at many bars and clubs that are free to get in with the ticket as well as some bars that don’t charge admission fees. Finally you receive huge discounts on experiences and services, including a 500 CZK discount at Prague Ink tattoo studio, a buy-one-get-one-free experience at Paintball Prague, and buy-one-hour-get-one-hour-free at Simply 33 Karaoke Bar. Full list of participating clubs and bars: • Karlovy Lázně: free entrance • Retro Music Hall: free entrance until 12:30 AM • Hard Rock Cafe Prague: buy-one-get-one-free cocktail • Radost FX: free entrance + free shot • Chapeau Rouge: free entrance until 11:00 PM • Atelier: free entrance + free shot • CROSS Club: free entrance until 11:00 PM + free shot • Double Trouble: free shot • Hangar Bar: free entrance + buy-one-get-one-free cocktail • Aloha Bar & Music Club: free entrance + buy-one-get-one-free cocktail • COCO Café Disco Bar: free shot

Prague: Classical Concert in St. Nicholas Church

5. Prague: Classical Concert in St. Nicholas Church

Experience the unique atmosphere inside the Baroque Church of St. Nicholas as you watch a variety of performances by artists from the National Theatre and Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Admire one of the most impressive church interiors in Prague with complex interior arrangements and an interesting lighting scheme. See the magnificent interior that is dominated by a ceiling fresco over the nave by J. L. Kracker featuring scenes from the life of St. Nicholas, which is one of the biggest in Europe. Throughout the one-hour performance, you'll enjoy a number of classical works composed by European musical virtuosos including G. F. Handel, Johann Sebastian Bach; Antonio Vivaldi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and others. You'll also have the opportunity to listen to several pieces by classical Czech musicians such as Antonín Dvořák, one of the country's most well-renowned composers. You can choose between the orchestral, organ, chamber, or choir compositions.

Prague, St. Martin: The Best of World & Czech Music

6. Prague, St. Martin: The Best of World & Czech Music

Enjoy the Old Prague Music Ensemble performing The Best of World and Czech Music at the Church of St. Martin in the Wall. The concert duration is 70 minutes. The Program Smetana: Moldau Dvorak: Humoresque, Largo, Walses Pachelbel: Canon in D Bizet: Intermezzo and Ouverture from Opera Carmen Vivaldi: Four Seasons (Winter) Bach: Air Mozart: Divertimento in F Albinoni: Adagio Brahms: Hungarian Dances Nos. 5 and 6 The Artists Old Prague Music Ensemble String Quartet The Venue: St. Martin in the Wall Church The Church of St. Martin in the Wall is a unique work of medieval architecture. Its name reflects the fact that one of its walls borders directly with the adjacent house. The church’s Romanesque base dates from the 12th century and the building was later modified in Gothic and Baroque styles. At one time the church was a lively center of the Utraquist Church and supported by wealthy burghers. The famous Baroque sculptor Ferdinand M. Brokoff is buried here.

Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace

7. Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace

Enjoy a feast for your ears, and listen to classical music brought to life by a group of professional musicians at Lobkowicz Palace in the Prague Castle complex. The midday concert takes place in the 17th-century Baroque Concert Hall, where the painted stucco ceilings will have you in raptures. One of the most important cultural sites of the Czech Republic, Lobkowicz Palace is the only privately owned building in the castle complex. The concert program varies from day-to-day, but invariably includes solo and ensemble pieces by Baroque composers such as Bach and Vivaldi, alongside great 19th-century Czech composers, including Dvořák and Smetana. Add a touch of romance to your day with this aural experience that is also a delight for the eyes. Concert program: M. A. Charpentier - Te Deum A. Vivaldi - Allegro (From Four Seasons) Philipp Hyacinth Lobkowicz - Suite in C major W. A. Mozart - Turkische Marsch Ch. W. Gluck - Pizzicato L. van Beethoven - For Elise J. J. Benda - Grave Piéce for Flute solo G. Bizet - Carmen Fantasie A. Dvořák - Valse B. Smetana - Vltava C. Debussy - The Girl with flaxen hair C. Debussy - Danse bohémienne W. A. Mozart - Vivat Bacchus

Prague: Old Town and Classical Concert Tour

8. Prague: Old Town and Classical Concert Tour

Explore the sights and sounds of the Czech Republic on this 2-hour walking tour of Prague, with a classical music concert. You can follow a guide through Prague’s UNESCO–listed Old Town to the Jewish Quarter and the city center, and discover centuries of colorful European history. Whilst touring, you will take in top attractions including the Estates Theater, Municipal House, the Old Town square, the Powder Tower, and Wenceslas Square. Afterward, take your seat in a historic Baroque church (or palace depending on the concerts performed on your day of travel), for a 1-hour classical music recital featuring works by Bach, Dvořák, Mozart, Smetana, and Vivaldi (depending on the program).

Prague: Classical Music Christmas Concert

9. Prague: Classical Music Christmas Concert

Experience a performance of well-known classical music at the centuries-old Church of St. Martin in the Wall in Prague. Tickets are available in rows 1 to 4, or 5 to 9, for the 70-minute program. Soprano Libuse Moravcova Myratska is joined by violin and organ soloists to perform a varied program of well-loved classical compositions. Marie Dvorska and Filip Himmer join on violin, whilst Michelle Hradecka and Drahoslav Gric play the organ: • J. S. Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D minor  • J. J. Ryba: Slavíček (The Nightingale) Czech Christmas Song   • G. F. Händel: Sonata in D major  • F. Schubert: Mille cherubini in coro  • F. Schubert: Ave Maria • T. Albinoni: Adagio  • J. N. Seeger: Pastorela in d  • P. Mascagni: Ave Maria  • A. Dvořák: Humoresque  • A. Dvořák : Biblical songs No.4, No.10   • Pásmo českých koled  (Medley of Czech carols)   • World Carols : Gloria, Stille Nacht, Adeste fideles  Located in Prague’s Old Town, the church was built in the Romanesque style between 1178 and 1187. Reconstructed in the Gothic style, the church offers excellent acoustics and an historic setting to complement the festive occasion.

Prague: Ensemble of Soloists Concert in Smetana Hall

10. Prague: Ensemble of Soloists Concert in Smetana Hall

Spend an evening sitting back in the Smetana Hall's plush seats as you listen to an ensemble that features young graduates of Europe’s leading music schools playing a concert. These musicians have come together in the pursuit of stylistic purity in offering the public authentic and historically accurate music of the Baroque period. Treat yourself to one of the Concertino Prague Ensemble of Soloists' concerts in Prague. The ensemble was founded in 1995 and made its debut performance at the inauguration celebrations at the Building of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France. Listen to music played on the violin by Roman Fedchuk who hails from the Ukraine. He studied at The Music College of S. Krushelnicka in Lvov and the Moscow Conservatory of P.I. Tchaikovsky. This talented violinist has received awards at the Gernbach International Music Competition and the Prague Spring festival. Join delighted crowds of music enthusiasts and hear this violinist's impressive repertoire while you sit in historic seats in Smetana Hall.

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4.3 / 5

based on 1,150 reviews

The ambiance of the beautiful room and setting was exquisite, the musicians great, and the opera singers were amazing in voice quality, in their operatic acting, and the baritone singer in his occasional mischievous interactions with group. The dinner was less impressive, with very dry bread as an opener, a tasty but really tiny soup, and a rather plain main course. The apple strudel at the end should have been warmed, but wasnt.. But still the opera and musicians were amazing, and made the experience well worth it..

Really good experience and great atmosphere. The website stated that they only opened at 8 pm, when the show started. However, they opened earlier. We were there 15 minutes before, but could easily have been there 30 minutes before. There was a long queue for the bar, but if you arrive well in advance, you can easily get something

It was all very enjoyable for me, even though the hard wooden seats were a tiny bit uncomfortable. I was surprised the men were not asked to wear a yarmulke, I brought and wore my own.

Wonderfull, absolutely amazing evening in a gorgeous bomemian concert hall including very good dinner in between We’ve had a wonderful time and we’ll surly recommend to all our friends

Unbelievable beautiful inside. Amazing! I highly recommend getting to see a concert at the synagogue. Both music and the ambiance woth the effort and the money.