The keyboard magician Evgeny Kissin

Kissin is one of the most eagerly awaited performers at this year’s Dvořák Prague Festival. For his performance he chose technically extremely difficult compositions.

Transfigured Night with an international ensemble

The closing concert of the chamber series, performed by an international ensemble of soloists created specifically for Dvořák Prague Festival.

Sharon Kam

The curator of chamber series is Israeli clarinetist Sharon Kam. She has prepared a program of five concerts with her regular chamber music partners and Czech artists.

Lužany Mass

Dvořák’s popular Lužany Mass in a version that the composer created specifically for the Rudolfinum, but that is very seldom heard.

Outdoor stage

The center of Prague will be amazed by 250 sborists who will join the outdoor scene in front of the Rudolfinum to the live performance of Dvorak's Saint Ludmila. Programme from 17:30.

Dvořák Collection

The two-year cycle of Dvořák oratories and cantatas is closing this year. You can look forward to The Specter's Bride and Saint Ludmila led by conductor Jakub Hrůša.

The young and successful at the Dvořák Prague Festival

They are not yet thirty years old, but they are already brilliantly shining stars on the firmament of classical music -  the violinist Bomsori Kim and the pianist Lukáš Klánský.

Ticket center

The Ticket and Information center is moved to Rudolfinum again from September 3.

The internet virtuoso

For her recital, this outstanding Ukrainian pianist has chosen a varied programme climaxing with a work that is very popular with audiences - Mussorgsky’s famed Pictures at an Exhibition.

Krystian Zimerman

Legendary Polish pianist will pay tribute to Leonard Bernstein with a performance of his Symphony No. 2 (The Age of Anxiety).

The Staatskapelle Dresden brings the festival to a close

The Staatskapelle Dresden under the baton of Manfred Honeck will open its concert accompanying the Slovak Philharmonic Choir in Dvořák’s Festival Song

Antonín Dvořák III. Memoirs

You will receive the book Confession in F Major by Antonín Dvořák III as a gift if you decide to become a Friend of the Festival, thereby symbolically continuing the support that he had formerly devoted to the Dvořák Prague Festival himself.