Lobkowicz Palace Concert in Prague
Head straight inside Lobkowicz Palace’s baroque concert hall, and take your seat for your daytime chamber music concert. A fitting location for an afternoon of classical music, the hall is known for its exquisite ceiling frescoes, painted by Czech artist Václav Fabián Harovník.
Listen to a varied program of music with solos and ensemble pieces from some of the world’s greatest baroque composers. Music by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart and Vivaldi all feature, alongside the works of esteemed Czech composers such as Dvořák and Smetana. Read on for the sample program.
When the music ends, simply leave Lobkowicz Palace to finish your experience.
Sample Program (Subject to Change):
• Charpentier: ‘Te Deum’
• Vivaldi: Allegro from ‘Four Seasons’
• Phillip Hyacinth Lobkowicz: Suite in C major
• Mozart: ‘Turkish March’
• Gluck: ‘Pizzicato’
• Beethoven: Solo ‘Romantic Piéce for flute’
• Beethoven: ‘Für Elise’
• Bizet and Borne: ‘Habanera’ and ‘Carmen Fantasy’
• Smetana: ‘Vltava’ (‘The Moldau’)
• Janáček: ‘Ave Maria’
• Dvořák: Romantic piece
• J. J. Benda - Grave
- Midday concert (start at 1 pm)
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Admission to castle
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Dress code is formal
- Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the concert as there are security checks at the Prague Castle.
Learned a lot. Nice narration by family member. Concert was good not great. Beautiful paintings and items on dusplay
The venue is beautiful and the three musicians extremely talented. The one hour programme, which showcased 12 well known classical pieces, was just the right length of time. Afterwards we had lunch in the Lobkowicz Palace cafe which was also a lovely treat. For those that enjoy live classical music, this is a great choice.
Wonderful! Beautiful music in a classic setting.
Marvelous accoustics, talented performers and an incredible venue made the heart-pumping trek up to the castle totally woth it!
Amazing concert I would have gone twice.
Very pleasant concert in a beautiful setting. The palace museum is well worth a visit too. Original scores by Beethoven are a highlight!