Concerts & Clubs
This representative Neo-Renaissance building including a concert hall, a gallery and a café is managed and financed by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic. Rudolfinum was built in 1884 by Josef Zítek and Josef Schulz, the same architects, who designed the building of the National Theatre. It is the place, where you can hear the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. One of the famous occasions, which is held here, is the international music festival called The Prague Spring.
This music club with a friendly atmosphere was established in 1958 by enthusiasts during the releasing of the politic situation in the Czech Republic. Nowadays you can find there inchoative bands performing not only jazz music but also the alternative genres. It is a place, where you can spend whole night relaxing while listening to the good music and chatting with your friends.
If you like a Latin or standard dance, you can spend whole night on the dance floor in the Vavruška dance club, which plays you every Saturday the best music for the Latin and standard dance. The club is situated in the Charitas passage in the Charles square in the New Town of Prague.
Do you like classical music? Enjoy the orchestral concerts of the best world’s music at the Mirror Chapel in the premises of the Clementinum. You can listen here to the chamber ensemble of the Dvořák’s Symphonic Orchestra. This venue for classical music concerts is a Baroque chapel built in 1724 by Kilian Ignac Dientzenhofer and makes an unforgettable ambience in the combination with the good music for you.
The Municipal House is a national heritage building. It is a place of meetings, beautiful concerts, balls and fashion shows. This building is in the Art Nouveau style and its façade is decorated with beautiful stuccos. The Art Nouveau palace was designed by Czech architects Osvald Polívka and Antonín Balšánek. Inside the Smetana Concert Hall there are the grandest orchestras performing a variety of classical concerts.
The State Opera is a part of the National Theatre institution founded by Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in 1992. Formerly the building served for the New German Theatre. Nowadays it houses the opera and ballet ensemble of the National Theatre. It is truly a great experience to hear one of the various performance as it is one of the best opera houses in the Czech Republic.
This elegant café offers a fabulous experience of having a dinner while listening to live concerts of classical or jazz music. This café is situated right next to the Old Town Hall. A delicious four-course meal is served during concerts, where the musicians are clad in period costumes. Both types of concerts are held every evening alternately from Wednesday to Saturday. The event starts at 19:30 and the whole programme takes approximately about 100 minutes.
The Lobkowicz Palace is a Baroque palace, which served as a representative seat of the Lobkowicz family. This palace is the only private owned part of the Prague Castle and the only venue for the lunchtime classical concerts. After enjoying a good music experience, you can also visit an exhibition here comprising the collection the Lobkowicz family.
This club is a large underground dance and music club situated near the Wenceslas Square. During the week you can find there gigs of popular Czech bands in the evening, but at the weekend it turns into a vivid dance floor with a projection of video clips of the best hits from the 80’s and 90’s. So, if you like this kind of music, you should definitely go there and enjoy the cheerful funky atmosphere.
This restaurant in the heart of Prague offers its clients a nice experience combining tasty meal and energetic Latino music concerts or classical piano music. During the lunchtime you can enjoy the live piano concert and in the evening there is band performing the Latino music mainly from Argentina. The interior of the restaurant is styled in the South American design. It will truly draw you into an imaginary Latin American world.
This restaurant located near the city centre offer live performances of the cimbalom and folk music, which is characteristic for this country. While listening to this music, you can also taste various types of wines and spirits made in Hungary.