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Czech Collegium and great sopranist Michaela Srumova perform famous operatic and instrumental melodies. Spanish Synagogue belongs to the Jewish Museum in Prague and concerts of classical and sacred music often take place here.

Performed by:
Czech Collegium
 I. violin: Pavel Safarik
 II. violin: Petr Hlavac
 Viola: Vladimir Bazant
 Violoncello: Jaroslav Matejka
 Doublebass: Lukas Verner
Soprano: Michaela Šrůmová or Naděžda Chrobáková
Trumpet: Miroslav Kejmar

Czech Collegium (Orchestra)
The group Czech Collegium is largely made up of leading players from the Prague FOK Symphony Orchestra. It has been in existence 1997 and as an ensemble which devotes itself mainly to chamber music it has been well received both in its home country and abroad.
The soprano Michaela Srumova is a member National Theatre Opera in Prague, where she is valued not only for her velvet voice and musicality, but also for her great versatility.
Trumpeter Miroslav Kejmar belongs among the elite Czech players on brass instruments. He is a longtime member of the Czech Philharmonic, to whose international success he is a significant contributor. He is the founder and permanent member of the Prague Brass Ensemble.

Duration: 60 minutes

Adults: 700 CZK
Students, seniors: 600 CZK
Children 6-15: 350 CZK
Children under 6 years free of charge.



Children under 6 years free of charge.

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Vězeňská 1, 110 00 Praha 1




Spanish Synagogue

Spanish Synagogue

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