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Prague Spring 2020

For the first time in its 75-year history the Prague Spring International Music Festival finds itself in a situation where it will be unable to present its concert programme as planned, and this despite several years of preparation to ensure that the festival is all set to go, months ahead of schedule. Online broadcasting will start on May 12. The base of the alternative programe will be eleven concerts that will be broadcasted online from five Prague stages and one Brno stage. The online broadcasting will be available on the social media of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Czech consulates, embassies and Czech Centers around the world.

Prague Spring 2020

Prague Spring 2020


The Prague Spring International Music Festival is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. It is the oldest classical music festival in the Czech Republic. Over the years of its existence, the festival has built a reputation and worldwide respect. It is held regularly in the month of May and always begins with the musical cycle Má Vlast by Bedřich Smetana. The world's top artists perform at the festival.

5-12-2020 TUE, 1 PM

Prague Spring Birthday Concert


5-13-2020 WED 1 PM

Martin Daněk – finale MHS Prague Spring 2019


5-14-2020 THU 1 PM

Chaeyeon You – finale MHS Prague Spring 2019


5-15-2020 FRI 1 PM

Salon ZUŠ


5-16-2020 SAT 1 PM

Leif Ove Andsnes at Prague Spring 1993


5-17-2020 SUN 1 PM

BBC Proms


5-18-2020 MON 1 PM

Collegium 1704 - live from Pražská křižovatka


5-20-2020 WED 1 PM

Brno Contemporary Orchestra -Live from Janáček Theatre in Brno


5-22-2020 FRI 1 PM

Young musicians at Prague Spring  - live from HAMU


5-23-2020 SAT 1 PM

Helping with Prague Spring and Czech Philharmony 


5-24-2020 SUN 1 PM

James Ehnes - broadcast from  Florida


5-25-2020 MON 1 PM

Winter Journey - Adam Plachetka live from  Rudolfinum


5-27-2020 WED 1 PM

Czech Radio Symphonic  & Robert Kružík live from Studio 1


5-28-2020 THU 1 PM

Jan Bartoš at Rudolf Firkušný Piano Festival  2019


5-29-2020 FRI 1 PM

PKF-Prague Philharmony & Jiří Rožeň live from Rudolfinum


5-31-2020 SUN 1 PM

Lukáš Sommer live from National Technical Museum


6-1-2020 MON 1 PM

FOK & Tomáš Brauner  live from The Municipal House


6-2-2020 TUE 1 PM

Budapest Festival Orchestra & András Schiff at Prague Spring 2008


6-3-2020 WED 1 PM

Leonard Bernstein at Prague Spring 1990


6-4-2020 THU 1 PM

Czech Philharmony & Jakub Hrůša live from Rudolfinum



You can find the complete program of the festival HERE