Prague Philharmonia will perform in South Korean Seoul
In a few days, Prague Philharmonia will travel to South Korean city Seoul, where they will perform under the conductor Ondřej Vrabec at two concerts in acoustically excellent Music Hall in Seoul Arts Center.
Concerts will be held within the Czech cultural festival Czech Points in Seoul, which takes place at more than fifteen places of the capital city within five weeks. The audience can look forward to many interesting cultural institutions from the Czech Republic. The program will consist not only of the Czech compositions as Czech Suite by Antonín Dvořák, which is the traditional part of Prague Philharmonia’s repertoire, but also important compositions by Ludwig van Beethoven or the overtures to the operas by W. A. Mozart and G. Rossini.
You can watch the advertisement on Prague Philharmonia which runs on South Korean TV and invites to the concert. See the video from YouTube below.