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Vltava Philharmonic

Venture Club supports, as you know, culture and we have a long-standing collaboration with the Bennewitz Quartet. And because after a hundred years Prague will get a new concert hall – the Vltava Philharmonic Music Centre, we have prepared a talk and presentation of the project of the space, which I believe we will all be happy to see. Martin Gross, the deputy head of the project team, will talk about the project and will be accompanied by Adéla Kolářová from the PR department of the team.

The Vltava Philharmonic Hall by the Danish architectural studio Bjarke Ingels Group will not only be a new concert hall offering world-class 21st century standards in terms of acoustics, capacity, layout, technical facilities, architecture and urban planning, but also a lively and open cultural space for all visitors. The Vltava Philharmonic will confirm Prague’s international reputation as a cultural metropolis and symbol of the Czech musical tradition and will become a new landmark for the whole Czech Republic. The dream is becoming a reality.

Register for the event below – but this time only in person. No recording or stream will be made – based on the presenters’ wishes. Admission is included for full members (membership 20. thousand CZK per year), for other members and guests a moderate fee is charged. The event is also open to non-members, after registration and payment of the entrance fee in advance, by card, bank transfer, or on the spot by cash or QR code.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Petr Šedivý and Radim Horák

palác Konvikt, Bartolomějská 11, Praha 1

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