A concert marking the 180th anniversary of Antonín Dvořák’s birth a and opening the 2021/2022 Season
The National TheatreApproximate running time
1 hour 30 minutes, 1 intermission (20 minutes) minutes
Czech tenor Pavel Černoch
"Dvořák for the National Theatre - National Theatre for Dvořák" - this will be the motto of this year's season opening concert. The destinies of Antonín Dvořák and the National Theatre (or the Royal Land Czech Theatre in Prague, as it used to be known then) were intertwined from the start. He started here as a viola player and became its prominent opera composer in the following decades. All his operas premiered here. We will celebrate the 180th anniversary of Antonín Dvořák's birth with highlights from his beloved operas including Dimitrij, Jacobin, Rusalka and Armida. After the intermission, the third part of Dvořák's oratorio Saint Ludmila will remind us of the 1100th anniversary of death of the Czech princess and saint, to whom this Dvořák's masterpiece is dedicated.
Where to buy tickets
The National Theatre sells tickets up to 6 months in advance. On 1 February at 9am we started selling tickets for performances of Drama, Ballet, Opera and Laterna magika until the end of July 2023.
Parking at the National Theater
What to wear?
By their appearance, attire and behaviour, the audience is obliged to adhere to the accustomed practice expected from them when attending a theatre performance.
Buffets at the National Theater
No waiting. For your benefit, please pre-order your food and beverages at the bar to minimize waiting in the queue!
Menu (PDF, 70 kB)