Especially landmark, historic, or innovative Czech performances. For a complete list of all Prague events, click on the Events Calendar immediately above.
28: K Kněžíková, voice, and K Englichová, harp, present works by Janáček, Martinů, and their French contemporaries, St Anne's Convent, 7:30 pm
8: The Czech Philharmonic offers a musical 'family picnic' for kids and families; and Prague's unpredictable spring weather will not factor in, as it's held in the Rudolfinum, 4 pm 12:Students of Prague Conservatory present an opera based on Mozart and Martinu (but not together), at the Conservatory's Divadlo Na Rejdisti, 7 pm 19: Heretofore 'Unknown Baroque Treasures' can be discovered at Harmonia Praga's concert at Novomestske Radnice, 7:30 pm 24: The Bennewitz Quartet pays another visit to The Atrium. Their performances are outstanding, and they chat with the audience, too; 7:30 pm
Festivals & Workshops
For more details on these events, click on the black 'Calendar' tab at the top of the page, and roll over the gray 'Festivals & Workshops' section
Mar 3-May 10: Pardubice Musical Spring Apr 8-May 13:Tanvaldske Hudba Jaro 2016, Tanvald Apr 10-Oct 11: Forfest, Kroměříž, Olomouc, Brno, Bratislava Apr 21-May 26: The Spring of Josef Suk, Benešov Apr 28-May 26:Antonín Dvořák Příbram May 12-June 4: Prague Spring International Music Festival
Museum Exhibits: New exhibits have opened at Prague music museums. Czech Museum of Music: Important composer JB Kittl, influential Prague Conservatory director (1840s-60s); 19th-century composer A Reicha, the orphan who took European capitals by storm. Thru May 17. Smetana Museum: His family tree, memorabilia. Thru Apr 4, 2017. Dvorak Museum: 'Another side' of Dvorak (poster, above), thru Mar 28, 2017. Includes some of his instruments. (Below, K Fialova examines his viola, with pianist A Skoumal, who performed on Dvorak's Bosendorfer, before their concert at the exhibit opening.)
The Prague Philharmonic Choir announces auditions for all vocal parts in its Academy program, open to serious vocal students ages 18-28. The one- to two-year stipend provides study and experience with the choir at home and abroad, and CZK 3000 per month.