Czech Philharmonic to perform traditional open-air concert after two-year Covid break

The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra will perform its traditional open-air concert at Hradčany Square near Prague Castle on Wednesday evening. The concert usually takes place annually, but was cancelled for the last two years due to Covid restrictions. The programme, which includes George Gershwin’s An American in Paris and music from the film franchise Star Wars, was curated by British conductor Wayne Marshall. The concert will start at 8.15pm and admission is free.

Author: Anna Fodor