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Prague Spring 2021, May 12 – June 3

Enjoy with us the international music festival Prague Spring 2021, which will once again be mostly online.

We would like to invite You to this year's 76th international music festival Prague Spring. It is the largest and oldest festival of classical music in Czechia. This year's program includes a total of 23 concerts, which will take place from May 12 to June 3, 2021. You will be able to watch all of the concerts online on the Prague Spring website www.festival.cz.

Look forward to, for example:

May 12, 8pm – Opening Concert
Bedřich Smetana: My country
Collegium 1704
Václav Luks – conductor

May 20, 8pm – On the Wings of Dance
George Enescu: Romanian Rhapsody N° 1 Op 11
Camille Saint-Saëns: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso Op.28
Igor Stravinskij: The Firebird, Ballets Russes (1945 version)
FOK Prague Symphony Orchestra
Ion Marin – conductor
Dalibor Karvay – violin

May 26, 8pm – Prague Spring Debut
Witold Lutosławski: Little Suite
Robert Schumann: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in A minor Op. 129
Jean Sibelius: En saga
Antonín Dvořák: A Hero’s Song Op. 111
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra
František Macek – conductor
Johannes Moser – violoncello

June 3, 8pm – Closing Concert
Gustav Mahler: What the Wild Flowers Tell Me, 2nd movement from Symphony No. 3, arranged by Benjamin Britten
Benjamin Britten: Les Illuminations Op. 18 for high voice and string orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 in F major Op. 68
Czech Filharmonic
Mark Wigglesworth – conductor
Petr Nekoranec – tenor