Prague Every day Monitor |
three August 2020
For all the music lovers our there: Prague Symphony Orchestra (traditionally referred to as FOK) announced that they are going to be holding a free live performance within the Wallenstein Garden on Wednesday, 26th August. The live performance will begin at 5pm, and, based on FOK’s official web site, will last roughly 1,5 hours. The efficiency will probably be carried out by the superb Jan Kučera.
This time, the repertoire will include some pretty totally different items and genres. To begin with, the live performance can pay tribute to Ludwig Van Beethoven’s 250th birthday. Prague Symphony Orchestra stored coming back to his works throughout the complete 2020 season, and through the concert in the Wallenstein Garden, they may carry out Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor Op. 67.
Then they may proceed to Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’ Waltz of the Flowers from "The Nutcracker", as, in response to the organizers, it matches perfectly in the garden area. There have to be nothing higher than listening to acquainted upbringing notes whereas surrounded by the great thing about the Wallenstein Backyard!
Finally, the concert will wrap up with the fashionable favourites: music from “Pirates of the Caribbean”, “Recreation of Thrones”, and a few Czech classics.