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Prague, St. Martin: The Best of World & Czech Music75 Reviews
Experience a selection of well-loved classical music performed by musicians of the Old Prague Music Ensemble in the 12th-century Church of St. Martin in the Wall. Enjoy the music of Dvorak and Smetana, along with selections by Bach, Mozart, and others.
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- Enjoy a concert of classical music in a historic venue with excellent acoustics
- Hear masterworks by Smetana, Dvorak, Pachelbel, Bizet, Vivaldi, Bach, Mozart, Albinoni, and Brahms
- Admire the medieval architecture of St. Martin in the Wall, and the Gothic and Baroque modifications
DescriptionEnjoy the Old Prague Music Ensemble performing The Best of World and Czech Music at the Church of St. Martin in the Wall. The concert duration is 70 minutes. The Program Smetana: Moldau Dvorak: Humoresque, Largo, Walses Pachelbel: Canon in D Bizet: Intermezzo and Ouverture from Opera Carmen Vivaldi: Four Seasons (Winter) Bach: Air Mozart: Divertimento in F Albinoni: Adagio Brahms: Hungarian Dances Nos. 5 and 6 The Artists Old Prague Music Ensemble String Quartet The Venue: St. Martin in the Wall Church The Church of St. Martin in the Wall is a unique work of medieval architecture. Its name reflects the fact that one of its walls borders directly with the adjacent house. The church’s Romanesque base dates from the 12th century and the building was later modified in Gothic and Baroque styles. At one time the church was a lively center of the Utraquist Church and supported by wealthy burghers. The famous Baroque sculptor Ferdinand M. Brokoff is buried here.
- There isn't a dress code, although elegant dress is welcomed.