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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Czech Republic

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August 2018
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BrnoHappy Birthday, Maestro!

Bernstein, Smetana
Brno Philharmonic; Petr Fiala; Jan Mikušek; Leoš Svárovský; Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno

PragueDvorak Prague Festival 2018 - Camerata Salzburg

Dvořák, Bernstein
Camerata Salzburg; Daniel Blendulf; Janine Jansen

PragueBernstein at 100

Bernstein, Prokofiev
Turkish National Philharmonic Youth Orchestra; Cem Mansur; Alena Baeva

PragueAcademy of St Martin in the Fields & Sharon Kam

Academy of St Martin in the Fields & Sharon Kam
Mendelssohn, Mozart
Academy of St Martin in the Fields; Tomo Keller; Sharon Kam

PragueV4 Opera Tour

V4 Opera Tour
Janáček, Kodály
Balázs Kocsár; Attila Vidnyánszky; Hungarian National Ballet; Petr Popelka; Oleksandr Bilozub; Szilvia Rálik
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A beautiful but lifeless Nabucco in Prague

Martin Bárta (Nabucco) © Patrik Borecký
José Cura shines as a designer but brings surprisingly little staging expertise to his latest directorial effort.
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A sparkling season finale from PKF – Prague Philharmonia

Emmanuel Villaume © Milan Mošna
Tragedy turns to joy in an evening laden with expectations and emotion.
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Prague embraces the shock of the new

Rules of Good Behavior © Marek Olbrzymek
A contemporary opera festival debuts with an exhilarating excursion through Central Europe.
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A dark update for Werther in Prague

Štěpánka Pučálková (Charlotte) and Peter Berger (Werther) © Patrik Borecký
Willy Decker's enduring production gets smart treatment in a handsome revival.
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A proud, cataclysmic conclusion at Prague Spring

James Judd © Prague Spring | Petra Hajská
The venerable festival recaps and renews 100 years of Czechoslovak music with an outsized flourish from Slovak Philharmonic.
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