Friday, 31 October 2014

Life

Where to go: Your Oct 2014 calendar

Opus Osm |
26 September 2014

Classic autumn days are a trademark of the beauty of the Czech Republic. Why not visit some historic Czech sites before enjoying a classic Czech live performance?

Hooverphonic at Lucerna Music Bar

The Prague Post |
26 September 2014

Trip hop/alternative group has a 'reactionary' album that avoids the standard plug-ins and effects

Dvůr Králové Zoo spearheading international efforts to save northern white rhino from extinction

Radio Prague |
26 September 2014

Zoos in a number of European countries burned rhino horns on Sunday on the eve of World Rhino Day, in order to highlight the plight of the endangered species.

Berg’s Soundwalk: The Music of the City

Opus Osm |
25 September 2014

For the first part of the latest Berg Orchestra concert, the audience in little groups followed behind city guides with orange balloons, to listen to the sounds of the streets.

The Hunters play Rock Café

Prague TV |
25 September 2014

Bunch of guys from Quebec, Canada are visiting your third ear ­ Rock Cafe ­ after some time and they are bringing their latest album Art Electric.

Wednesday centenary of birth of Jiří Kolář, unique figure equally at home in literary and visual art spheres

Radio Prague |
25 September 2014

Wednesday marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of the most distinctive Czech cultural figures of the last century.

Prague Burlesque Royal

Prague TV |
24 September 2014

The Prague Burlesque Show has become a resounding success around Europe, however their weekly show at the classy Royal Theatre in Prague marks a new shift in burlesque entertainment.

Sotheby’s to auction Czech art from interwar period

The Prague Post |
24 September 2014

The Roy & Mary Cullen Collection is expected to fetch GBP 1.7 million

The mysterious crimes of Valdice

TOL |
24 September 2014

Some of the worst brutality of Communist Czechoslovakia happened in a place most people have never heard of. Part 2.

Atonín Dvořák opera takes to stage for only second time in 150 years

Radio Prague |
24 September 2014

In 1870, Antonín Dvořák, who was yet to become one of the world’s finest composers, wrote his first opera called Alfred.

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