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Silent Film Series: Galgin's Mysterious Case

Marie is disillusioned with her marriage. Her husband Arthur is never at home, constantly going out to parties. On his way to see a former lover, Arthur is injured in a train accident. He loses his...

The Flying Rabbi

Czech Klezmer band including Vojtech Pospíšil – clarinet, Jana Dosedelová – fletna, Vojtech Peštuka – violin and vocals, Miroslav Ondra – accordion and vocals, Pavel Jurecka - double bass will play...

Marriage Stories: Twenty Years Later - Zuzana and Vladimir

Zuzana and Vladimir - Vladimír came back from a long stay in New York where he lived on photography not so long before new shooting. This experience influences his life so he all the time everything...

Grandmaster, Mr. Mireček, Baba

FAMU (Film Academy in Prague) Films - Grandmaster, Mr. Mireček, Baba. Thursday, March 11, 7 pm. Screening at the Czech Center New York. Free admission.

Phill Niblock & Martin Janíček

Concert of two musicians - Phill Niblock and Martin Janíček. Phill Niblock works with immersion into the stream of static, harmonically dense waters, which by the time proove not to be so static as...

Miroslav Donutil - One Man Show

MIROSLAV DONUTIL IN NEW YORK - ONE MAN SHOW. Thursday, March 4 at 8 pm

Home

This is a personal exploration of the physical and mental repercussions of emigration. In 1969 a pregnant 18-year old girl flees her country with her married lover as the Russian tanks roll into the...

re-do-re-think-re-play

The exhibition presents work of contemporary Czech artists, which have in common a transformative approach in their practice. Objects, environments and urban concepts are revisited offering a new,...

TINA B.

The TINA B. Festival is a unique art event, organised each year in Prague by Vernon Fine Art International. In October 2010, for three weeks Prague will again become the mecca of contemporary art....

Rudolf II.

Set in 1600 Prague, this world premiere drama tells the story of Emperor Rudolf II, a bisexual, bipolar ruler with a passion for science, art, and sexual experimentation. He made Prague into one of...

Little Girl Blue

Julie, a translator, has just moved into a new house with her successful husband Richard and teenage daughter Cecilie. Their life is supposed to be that of the perfect happy family. When she hears...

Chelsea Hotel: Ghosts of Bohemia

Perhaps no other place epitomizes the artistic bohemia of the last century better than the Chelsea Hotel in New York. This exhibition is the first museum show on the subject. The exhibition focuses...

"Jan Zizka, Past and Present: Military Genius, Cultural Icon"

Book reading and presentation by author Victor Verney at the Czech Center New York.

Shut Up and Shoot Me

Long-suffering Czech Pavel Zeman works six jobs, so his ungrateful wife Liba can buy designer shoes and clothes. Colin Frampton is an Englishman who never stops worrying, not even on holiday in...

LAUTREAMONT CONCERTS: CZECH PROGRAM

Lautreamont Concerts is a dynamic ensemble composed of internationally renowned soloists. Formed in 2004 by violinist Steven Zynszajn with some of his closest colleagues from the Juilliard School,...

An Evening with Jazz Musician George Mraz and Friends

World-renowned jazz bassist George Mraz was presented The Medal of the President of The Czech Republic for Lifetime Achievement on his 65th birthday, June 10, 2009 at the Prague Castle. Known for his...

Silent filmGRAND PRIX (RACE FOR LIFE) with live accompaniment by Petr Čančura

Silent Film screening with live music by Petr Čančura

Lenka Filipová

The singer and guitarist Lenka Filipova studied at the Prague conservatoire, and after that, at the international music academy in Paris, specified on the classical guitar. Up to present, she has...

PANOCHA QUARTET – concert

Saturday, February 6 at 7pm, Czech Center NY at the Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street, mezi 1st a 2nd Avenue New York, NY 10021

A benefit concert for Haiti earthquake victims featuring music by Marta Topferova, Gary Lucas and Lucia Pulido

Friday, January 29 at 7pm, Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street, mezi 1st a 2nd Avenue New York, NY 10021

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