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The Prague Philharmonic Children's Choir

  • Opelika Center for the Performing Arts 1700 Lafayette Parkway Opelika, AL, 36801 United States (map)

The Prague Philharmonic Children’s Choir was founded in 1932 by Jan Kühn, a distinguished singer, director and choirmaster. Originally founded for the needs of the Czech Radio in Prague, the choir gained notoriety and in 1952 became part of the Czech Philharmonic, and remained so for forty years.

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The choir is now one of the most significant Czech artistic collectives, known not only in Europe, but on all five continents. The choir performed successfully in Japan, the United States, Canada, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, South Africa or Australia and New Zealand. Over the course of its existence it has given thousands of talented children a love of music and art. Its most talented children have grown into distinguished musicians – conductors, directors, composers, singers and instrumentalists. Its tradition and the breadth of its artistic scope makes it a unique artistic institution, not only in the Czech Republic but throughout Europe.

 Children's Choir in Traditional Costumes.

Children's Choir in Traditional Costumes.

The choir’s outstanding reputation is evidenced by the numerous awards and official honours it has won, including the European Grand Prix in 1998. The choir is regularly invited to major music festivals and on concert tours. In addition to giving independent performances, it also collaborates with leading orchestras and operas. The Prague Philharmonic Children’s Choir has worked with the National Theatre in Prague since 1936, where children from the choir take roles in operas.

To pre-order tickets to this event, please call the East Alabama Arts Box Office at 334-749-8105, M-F, 10 am - 2 pm.

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This project is sponsored in part by the WestPoint Fund and the Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley, Inc.

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