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Midday Classic Concert
Midday Classic Concert at The Lobkowicz Palace
No day at Prague Castle is complete without attending a classical music concert performed in the beautifully decorated 17th-century baroque concert hall of The Lobkowicz Palace.
The varied program of solo and ensemble pieces is presented daily at 13:00. The program presents works by the great baroque composers, Bach and Vivaldi, the champions of the classical style, Mozart and Beethoven, and the great 19th-century Czech composers, Dvořák and Smetana.
Concert tickets may be purchased online at our e-Shop.
Visitors who would also like to tour the Museum can save 10% by purchasing a Combo Ticket, which includes admission to the concert, entrance to the museum and a voucher for 10% off at the The Lobkowicz Palace Café.
One-hour program, daily.
Duration: 13:00 - 14:00
Capacity: 100 people
Attend our Holiday Midday Classic Concert and
Experience the season’s magic at The Lobkowicz Palace
Running from 1 December through 6 January, our Midday Classic Concert will present a special seasonal program with Czech holiday classical pieces. In addition to the current program, guests can anticipate a selection of songs to lift their holiday spirits and guide them back in time to when the holidays brightened The Palace halls and the season’s music warmed the majestic rooms.
Purchase your Holiday Midday Classic Concert ticket online.
Purchase the popular combination ticket, The Lobkowicz Palace Museum and the Midday Classic Concert, online.
The Lobkowicz Collections is delighted to collaborate in the upcoming exhibition, "The Age of Discovery" (13 November - 30 June 2014) at the Náprstek Museum.
The Collections has loaned an early 17th century portrait and four pilgrims' crosses, each decorated with various ornaments, inlays, and inscriptions. The crosses themselves have never been on public display before.
"The Age of Discovery" exhibition will feature artifacts and records from the European expedition to The New World, Africa, and the Orient, shedding light on fascinating historical events and scientific discoveries. Find out more here.