Sep 8, 2014Sep 22, 2014
Thanks to this festival, which spreads the reputation of the most famous Czech composers and music, Prague enjoys an annual gathering of the world’s most renowned orchestras, conductors and performers of classical music. The focus, of course, is the work of Antonín Dvořák. Young audiences at the festival are drawn to a genuine street art campaign called “Classics are Fun” and are welcome at the Youth Club, while part of the program includes a family day for the youngest visitors. Concerts will take place in the Dvořák Hall at the Rudolfinum, in the Cathedral of St. Vitus at Prague Castle, in the concert hall of the Prague Conservatory, and also at Prague Crossroads.