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Prague Spring 2020 on-line concerts

The 75th Prague Spring Festival is going on now until June 4, 2020, online. Delve into an array of classical performances that are available free to the public.

Prague Spring 2020 on-line concerts


Eleven concerts will form the basis of the program for the Prague Spring 2020, which will be broadcast live from five concert halls in Prague and one in Brno. A solo recital will be given by Canadian violinist James Ehnes, performed exclusively for Prague Spring audiences from the United States.

Guitarist Lukáš Sommer, who was previously scheduled to perform in May at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, will be performing on May 31 as part of the online program. Virtuoso pianist Jan Čmejla, who performed last year at the Kennedy Center, will be performing on May 22 as part of the Young Talents at Prague Spring Festival. These are just some of the exceptional concerts that will be available online.

"Listeners can also look forward to recordings of legendary festival concerts from previous years, and we’ll be continuously updating and adding to the program as we go along,” says festival director Roman Bělor.

All the concerts can be viewed free of charge on the website www.festival.cz/en/. Select concerts will be brought to you by Czech Television and Czech Radio.