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Summer Festivities of Early Music

The Summer Festivities of Early Music is the only festival, organised in Prague and Central Bohemia, that focuses on historical performing arts. High critical and public acclaim have shown again and again that the Summer Festivities of Early Music have, since their foundation in 2000, become an inseparable part of the summer cultural scene in Prague.

The festival is kindly supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, the City of Prague, and has maintained long-term collaboration with cultural institutes and embassies of various European countries represented in the Czech Republic.

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Rozum a cit
25 July 2012, Rudolf Gallery, Prague Castle
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin (Germany)

  • Rozum a cit
  • Rozum a cit
  • Rozum a cit
  • Rozum a cit

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Concerto Zapico
Fandango

21 July 2012, Ball Game Hall
Forma Antiqva (Spain)
Aarón Zapico – artistic director

  • Fandango
  • Fandango
  • Fandango
  • Fandango
  • Fandango
  • Fandango
  • Fandango

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Fado
29 July 2012, Troja Chateau
Os Músicos do Tejo (Portugal)
Marcos Magalhães – artistic director

  • Fado
  • Fado
  • Fado
  • Fado
  • Fado
  • Fado
  • Fado

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Festa liturgica
27 July 2011, Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, St Salvator Church
Capilla Flamenca
(Belgium)
Dirk Snellings – artistic director

  • Festa Liturgica
  • Festa Liturgica
  • Festa Liturgica
  • Festa Liturgica

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Fantasías y Glosas
26 July 2010, Troja Chateau
Accademia del Piacere (Spain)
Fahmi Alqhai – artistic director

  • Fantasías y Glosas
  • Fantasías y Glosas
  • Fantasías y Glosas
  • Fantasías y Glosas
  • Fantasías y Glosas
  • Fantasías y Glosas
  • Fantasías y Glosas
  • Fantasías y Glosas

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Boemo furioso
22 July 2010, Rudolfinum, Dvořák Hall
Colllegium Marianum
Jana Semerádová – artistic director

  • Boemo furioso
  • Boemo furioso
  • Boemo furioso
  • Boemo furioso
  • Boemo furioso
  • Boemo furioso
  • Boemo furioso
  • Boemo furioso

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Concert Venues

One of the priorities of the Festival is to link beautiful architecture with music of corresponding styles. Concerts and performances – set for example in such venues as the Prague Castle (Spanish Hall, Rudolf Gallery, The Ball Game Hall), Břevnov Monastery, Troja Chateau, Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, Summer Pavilion Hvězda and lesser known Prague churches, as well as the fabulous outdoor settings of the Ledeburg and Vrtba Gardens – have met with great success.

  • Španělský sál, Pražský hrad
  • Španělský sál, Pražský hrad
  • Refektář kláštera Dominikánů
  • Anežský klášter
  • Rudolfova galerie
  • Rudolfova galerie, Pražský hrad
  • Zámek Troja
  • Letohrádek Hvězda
  • Břevnovský klášter, Tereziánský sál

 

Frame Cooperation Benefits

Benefits:

  • free tickets for you and your partners
  • your company presentation in programme catalogue
  • logo presentation at the festival website
  • logo presentation at CLV in Prague
  • logo presentation in all the festival promotional materials
  • further benefits accordingly to the contract

Festival promotion:

  • Citylights
  • festival leaflets, programme catalogues
  • website
  • Czech Radio (main media partner)
  • daily press
  • weekly press
  • music media
  • internet culture portals

Festival target group:

Sociodemography

Prague citizens, foreign visitors
Average age: 45 years
The most frequent groups sorted by age: 26 – 35 years and 46 – 55 years
More than two thirds in productive age
Majority of higher educated people
Occupation: administrative, healthcare, education, artistic disciplines, entreprenurs, technical disciplines

Further characteristics:

More than 50 % already visited the festival in the past.
The increasing number of subscribers.
The visitors know about the festival on the basis of outdoor campaign and recommendation of their  relatives and friends.
Approximately 50 % of the visitors look for the information about the festival on the internet.
Visitors buy tickets for 2 concerts in average.
Main reasons for buying tickets: programme and concert venue.

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