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23. June 2024 Spanish Synagogue, 7:00 pm

Bolero, Carmina Burana

A concert featuring, in addition to Ravel's world-famous Bolero and an aria from C.Orff's Carmina Burana, Jewish songs that will enhance the magical atmosphere of Europe's most beautiful synogogue.
24. June 2024 Spanish Synagogue, 7:00 pm

Hallelujah

A concert of classical and non-classical music in an unusual performance by a chamber ensemble with soloists. In addition to world classical composers (Verdi, Handel, Puccini), Cohen's Hallelujah and Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen are also performed.
25. June 2024 Spanish Synagogue, 7:00 pm

Bolero, Carmina Burana

A concert featuring, in addition to Ravel's world-famous Bolero and an aria from C.Orff's Carmina Burana, Jewish songs that will enhance the magical atmosphere of Europe's most beautiful synogogue.
26. June 2024 Spanish Synagogue, 7:00 pm

The best of Czech and world music

A varied concert as a guide to the composers of famous classical music from the 17th to the 20th century. You will hear the most famous compositions of world composers such as Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi, Dvořák, Bernstein, Gershwin.
27. June 2024 Spanish Synagogue, 7:00 pm

Hallelujah

A concert of classical and non-classical music in an unusual performance by a chamber ensemble with soloists. In addition to world classical composers (Verdi, Handel, Puccini), Cohen's Hallelujah and Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen are also performed.
30. June 2024 Spanish Synagogue, 7:00 pm

Bolero, Carmina Burana

A concert featuring, in addition to Ravel's world-famous Bolero and an aria from C.Orff's Carmina Burana, Jewish songs that will enhance the magical atmosphere of Europe's most beautiful synogogue.

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The Czech Collegium Chamber Ensemble and Symphonic Orchestra is an important part of Prague‘s musical life. Founded by the members of the Prague symphonists in 1996, it has become an inseparable element of the Prague cultural scene.

Over time, the friendship of the members of the ensemble has taken them to a top professional level. This proficiency is reflected in the sound quality, the spontaneous expression and the unity of style, all of them brought about by the years of working together.

All of the members of the ensemble are prominently involved in the Prague cultural life. Consisting of a string quintet, a solo trumpet and solo vocals, the performers unite in a broad range of reportoir. The audience may appreciate not only manifold adaptations of well-known compositions but also different musical styles from Baroque to jazz.

The ensemble performs in Prague and other Czech cities, as well as abroad.

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