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Press releases

Dvořák Prague Festival to Open with a Magnificent Performance of The Specter's Bride

Prague, 29 August 2018 – The opening concert of this year's 11th edition of the Dvořák Prague International Music Festival, held in the Rudolfinum on 7 September 2018, will feature a work that brings together the extraordinary mastery of two geniuses: composer Antonín Dvořák and poet Karel Jaromír Erben.

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Dvořák’s Sacred Music, a Tribute to Bernstein, and the Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Czechoslovakia’s Founding Characterise This Year’s Dvořák Prague Festival

(27. 3. 2018, Praha) Dvořák’s monumental sacred works, piano virtuosos, world-class orchestras, and great soloists, the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia, a tribute to Leonard Bernstein, chamber music concerts, and young talents – that describes this year’s eleventh annual Dvořák Prague International Music Festival, to be held from 7 to 21 September. 

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Ivan Klánský Awarded Antonín Dvořák Prize

(18. 9. 2017, Praha) Czech piano virtuoso Ivan Klánský received the Antonín Dvořák Prize. The award was bestowed by Minister of Culture Daniel Herman and philanthropist Karel Komárek.

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Dvořák’s Major Choral Works Featuring Star Soloists from World-Renowned Opera Houses

(31. 5. 2017, Prague) A dominating feature of this year’s festival is the ‘Dvořák Collection’ series, in 2017 and 2018 offering superb works in which large choral ensembles join forces with vocal soloists and the rich sound of a full orchestra. 

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Dvořák Prague Festival has unveiled the program for the 10th anniversary season

(28. 3. 2017, Prague) The Dvořák Prague Festival has unveiled the program and began advance sale of tickets for the 10th anniversary season. The event, which bears the name of one of the greatest music composers, will showcase renowned soloists and some of the world's best orchestras and conductors during 7-23 September 2017. 

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The Classical Music Academy Announces Nominations for the 2016 Antonín Dvořák Prize

(6. 6. 2016, Prague) The nominations for this year's Antonín Dvořák Prize have gone to five artists from the Czech Republic and abroad.

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Dvořák Prague Festival to Host the World's Leading Orchestras, Most Notably Staatskapelle Dresden and London Symphony Orchestra

(30. 3. 2016, Prague) The Dvořák Prague International Music Festival has unveiled the program and begun selling tickets for the upcoming season. Dedicated to commemorating the legacy of the musical genius of Czech composer Antonín Dvořák, this year's ninth edition of the event held during 5 to 24 September 2016 will feature leading orchestras and soloists from the Czech Republic as well as top-class ensembles and renowned musicians from abroad. 

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The Dvořák Prague Festival Announces Its Offerings, Enticing Audiences with World-Renowned Orchestras and Soloists Headed by Yo-Yo Ma

(26. 3. 2015, Prague) Today, the Dvořák Prague Festival published the program and launched presale of the tickets. Appearing on its concert stages from 7 to 23 September will be acclaimed ensembles like the Philharmonia Orchestra of London under Christoph von Dohnányi, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Tonhalle Orchestra of Zürich, and the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra. 

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Jiří Bělohlávek was awarded Antonín Dvořák Prize 2014 at Carnegie Hall

(18. 11. 2014, New York) An internationally acclaimed conductor and advocate of Czech music, Jiří Bělohlávek, accepted the prestigious Antonín Dvořák Prize on 16 November at a festive event in New York’s Carnegie Hall.

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