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In Prague, every street corner has a story, be it Mozart rehearsing Don Giovanni, Beethoven touting for sponsorship, Dvořák’s water goblin or Einstein's violin. It's a city with music running through its heart. With the help of a good map it is a wonderful town to explore by foot or by tram. Check out the best things to see and do in the Czech capitol.
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Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Lukáš Vasilek; Francesco Piemontesi; Lucy Crowe; Andrew Staples; Derek Welton
Kabeláč, Schubert, Berlioz
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Jakub Hrůša; Adam Plachetka
Wagner, Shostakovich, Beethoven
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Daniel Smith; Andrei Ioniţă
Martinů, Strauss R., Janáček
Radek Baborák; Jiří Bělohlávek; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
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Fourteen years after it premiered in Vienna, a razor-sharp revival of Steve Reich's Three Tales still has the power to shock.
In a delirious opening to the new opera season, Prague's National Theatre puts a contemporary spin on Carl Orff and the Brothers Grimm.
American violinist Joshua Bell updates a tradition with class and panache in the Czech Philharmonic's season opener.
Whilst the spirit of Mozart permeates the Estates Theatre in Prague, it was sadly absent in both the staging and singing of his “work of uninterrupted perfection”.