Jun 26, 2010

CELEBRATE THE FIRST SUMMER WEEKEND WITH CZECH MUSIC AND BEER - KONVRZEK, PAVEL FAJT - Concert at the Bohemian Beer Garden. Saturday, June 26, 5-9pm, Free


May 6, 2010

KRLESS je soubor, který interpretuje evropskou hudbu období 13. - 15. století, tj. vrcholného středověku. V hudbě KRLESS uslyšíte ozvěny středověkého duchovna, hospodskou tancovačku i...


Apr 15, 2010

Chinaski is one of the most popular pop-rock groups in the Czech Republic. Chinaski won many awards including "Anděl" (Angel), granted by the Academy of Music. On a regular basis, Chinaski appears...


Mar 31, 2010

Concert Choir Permonik was founded in 1966 in a miner town of Karviná as a school choir of elementary school. Today, Permonik is a choir of Music School of Bedřich Smetana. The name – Permonik-...

Rhythm Desperados

Mar 27, 2010

RHYTHM DESPERADOS is a music group composed of leading jazz musicians possessing the high level of music versatility. The music mingles an elements of funk, latin music and jazz. Repertoire is mainly...


Mar 24, 2010

The bathroom tiles in Harrachov, the ski-jumping capital of the Czech Republic, were the first to hear the taped demos of Vaclav Havelka at the end of the nineties. Since then the singer-songwriter,...

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