Prague has many beautiful churches and sometimes more than one of these are consecrated to a single saint. One example is Saint Salvator to whom two Prague churches are consecrated. One of them, which no tourist who walks over the Charles Bridge can miss, is a wonderful Baroque building with a unique interior and also the place where you can hear one of the most fascinating Czech catholic priests Tomas Halik. The other and equally important St. Salvator's church is a Gothic-Renaissance building. This largest protestant church in Prague stands away from the crowds of tourists on Salvatorska Street. This church hosts many concerts of classical music during the whole year.
To visit Prague after Christmas is wonderful, its inhabitants calm down and take a rest after Christmas shopping, host concerts and parties and look forward to the beginning of the year, which brings new expectations and hopes.
The New Year's concert of the En Arché chamber choir and the Prague Baroque Band promises to be one of the first elating experiences of the New Year.
Conducted by Vojtech Jouza, the oboist of the Czech Philharmonic and the artistic chief and conductor of the Prague Baroque Band and the chorus master of En Arché, the concert will feature Antonio Vivaldi's f minor concert, Winter from the Four Seasons and Magnificat g minor and Johann Sebastian Bach's composition Jesu, nun sei gepreist.
The soloists: Jan Jouza: violin, Ludmila Vernerova - soprano, Marta Fadljevicova - mezzosoprano, Hasan El-Dunia - tenor and Marek Sulc - bass.
The concert is on January 12th at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be bought at the venue of the concert thirty minutes before the start of the concert.
Address: St. Salvator's church, Prague 1, Salvatorska 1.
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