Archbishop's Hall of Kromeriz Castle

Kromeriz, Czech Republic

Dating back to 1497, this incredible palace located in Moravia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains an elaborate hall which is perfect for concerts. The acoustics and set up of the hall are fantastic for any type of ensemble and therefore the castle often hosts performances here. Interiors of the palace were extensively used in the filming of the movie "Amadeus" as a stand-in for the Hofburg Palace in Vienna as the palace is a beautiful example of Baroque style architecture.

Courtyard of Litomysl Chateau

Litomysl, Czech Republic

Every June and July, orchestras at a very high level will have the opportunity to perform in the covered courtyard of Litomysl Chateau as part of the Smetana Festival, in honor of Litomysl's most famous resident. Dating back to 1949, it is the second oldest music festival in the Czech Republic and draws crowds from all over Europe. The chateau itself is a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site, therefore performing as part of this festival is a fantastic opportunity for orchestras.

Church of the Holy Savior

Prague, Czech Republic

This church, located just off the Old Town of the city, is the largest Protestant church in Prague. It was originally built in Gothic-Renaissance style in the early 1600's and has been reconstructed several times to its current glory. It is a wonderful venue for choral music and there are many concerts which take place in this very special venue.

Czech Museum of Music

Prague, Czech Republic

This beautiful building, once a Baroque Church, has recently undergone a major reconstruction and now marries traditional and contemporary design with stunning effect. The Czech Museum of Music offers performers the opportunity to play in the presence of musical history, holding over 700,000 items documenting the importance of music from past to present. The venue hosts a variety of performances throughout the year; including Orchestral, Broadway and Contemporary ensembles.

Smetana Hall

Prague, Czech Republic

Named after the late Romantic composer, Bed'ich Smetana, this stunning Art Nouveau building was designed by noted architects of the era Osvald Poivka and Antonin Balsanek. Both architects worked hard to perfect the venues excellent acoustics. Smetana Hall's impressive program of events throughout the year include the world-famous Prague Spring Festival. This is a truly exceptional setting for any classical performance!


Prague, Czech Republic

This beautiful Neo-Renaissance Hall in the heart of Prague is one of the oldest concert halls in Europe. Built in the late 1800's, the structure contributed greatly to the development of Czechoslovakia as it housed the seat of the state parliment during the world wars. Today it is home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, many classical concerts, and is one of the main venues of the Prague Spring International Music Festival. It's excellent acoustics make it a wonderful venue for symphony orchestras.

St. Nicholas Church

Prague, Czech Republic

This gorgeous baroque-style church right in the Old Town Square of Prague, was completed in 1735. The interior was inspired by the chapel of St. Louis-des-Invalides in Paris. Its prime location in the heart of the main square makes it a wonderful place to hold concerts and attract large audiences.

St. Vitus Cathedral

Prague, Czech Republic

This magnificent Roman Catholic cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Prague and is part of the Prague castle. It's an excellent example of Gothic architecture and can be seen rising above the hill overlooking Prague. While the cathedral does not offer any opportunities for concerts, high quality choirs with liturgical repertoire do have the opportunity to sing Mass here upon approval, which is an incredible experience!

J.K. Tyla Theater

Trebon, Czech Republic

This charming, 19th century theater located in the small spa town of Trebon in Southern Bohemia is a very special and intimate venue, perfect for orchestras, bands, or choirs. It is located in the heart of this picturesque town, which gives performers the opportunity to walk around and explore the main square with its pastel colored houses and parks nearby before or after the concert.