Prague (and vicinity), Czech Republic Prague
Sun, Feb 1 - Sun, Feb 15

Highlights

  • Organ concert in an exclusive location—St. Francis Church

  • Great cultural experience with mystical atmosphere

  • The sound of the second-oldest organ in Prague

  • Performers of great artistic talent

  • Classic compositions & music by Czech artists

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Description

Enjoy 1 hour of beautiful classical music in a unique location, St. Francis of Assisi Church. The intimate setting of the historic church and the sound of the second-oldest organ in Prague offer you an exclusive musical experience.

Consecrated in 1688 by the Archbishop of Prague in honor of Saint Francis of Assisi, the church has magnificent interiors decorated with splendid frescoes, including the “Last Judgment” by the famous Prague baroque painter Vaclav Vavrinec Reiner. The baroque organ, built in 1702, is unusually located on the right of the main altar to enhance the acoustics.

Listen to classic musical compositions and songs by Czech artists performed by soloists of the opera and pedagogues of the Academia of Music and Drama. Relish the mythical and magical atmosphere as you hear the rich sound of the organ perfectly combined with solo instruments and vocals.


Inclusions

  • Live organ concert

  • Printed program in English

  • Leaflet on the church and its history available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Czech, and Norwegian.


Know Before You Book

  • Children 8 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult.

  • This venue is not wheelchair accessible.

  • The church opens 20 minutes before the concert's scheduled start time.


Cancellation Policy

This reservation is non-refundable and cannot be changed or cancelled after booking.

Location

St. Francis of Assisi Church, Krizovnicke namesti, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic