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Review of Rudolfinum

Rudolfinum
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US$329.86*
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Musical Prague Private Tour
Ranked #9 of 146 Concerts & Shows in Prague
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed 30 May 2014

I was here on art exhibition. Then i wanted some coffee or desert . And i took cheesecake and latte cappucino . When i was going to pay. I found that is the most expensive cheesecake what i ever eat.

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Reviewed 26 May 2014

We attended an evening concert in the main hall. What a fantastic concert hall. The room is in what we know as Adam style with an impressive organ behind the stage. Make sure the concert is in the main hall and not a smaller room! Also we booked the front row of the circle which were among the cheaper seats and much better view than in the stalls. Beware further back in the circle after row 2 as some views are restricted by columns. Music was good as well!

4  Thank GardenerJohn
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Reviewed 21 May 2014 via mobile

It was the mist highlighted part of our visit to Prague. The hall was nice, with nice acoustic sound. We heard the concert of "Best of Mozart, Vivaldi". It was excellent.

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Reviewed 16 May 2014

A very full and enjoyable concert of one hour. The varied programme was lively and played with great skill and lots of enthusiasm. Super fun. If you only have time to take in one concert, this is the one!

2  Thank Talisca
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Reviewed 10 May 2014

The concert was in the Imperial Concert Hall, the main auditorium. Our show began at 8 pm. Earlier in the day, we were given a flyer for a 7 pm show that was in another room... and you could get a discount.... Basically, I think there are vendors on the streets that are trying to peddle BOTH shows... and you can proabably get a discount on whichever one you want to see So, pick the music and the venue that you want.

As I said, we went to the concert hall, which was like going to the symphony. The Royal Czech String orchestsra played (more like a chamber orchestra - 7 violins, 3 violas, 1 bass, 2 Cello's), Seating is comfortable and the view of the stage and the acoustics are excellent.

Attire: There were people dressed up in symphony attire, but most people were in slacks/shirt. People here know concert etiquette. is taken very seriously here - much more so than in Britain. There was a cloakroom to check your coats before taking your seat. There was also champagne to be purchased....

The building itself is really impressive and you can look out over the river to see the castle above Prague - great nightime view.

The musicians: the string orchestra was amazing. I grew up going to the symphony so was not expecting anything that great. These guys were!!! Even Bolero which can seem laborious was moving! Mozart's Requium was.... The most outstanding solist was violinist Jan Mracek... If you get the chance to see this group, you should!!!!

I've heard there was a gift shop, but it was closed.

Oh, Do not take pictures. they are pretty adamant about that !

4  Thank Lauren S
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