Make sure you don’t miss these events and exhibitions taking place in The Czech Republic this year. Classical music enthusiasts can enjoy the Strings of Autumn classical music festival in Prague from September through to November. In the fall you can visit the art exhibition of Czech collage artist Jiri Kolar at the Kampa Museum in the Little Quater in Prague.
Don’t miss a series of cultural events called CZECH THE LIGHT taking place on September 5th and 6th in the UNESCO town of Cesky Krumlov. The picturesque medieval town will be illuminated with light installations of iconic Czech architectural landmarks and „light painting“ workshops
The exhibition is dedicated to the 100th birth anniversary of Jiri Kolar, one of the world’s most respected collage artists. You will get a chance to see on display over hundred of Kolar’s most important works which were exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in New York in 1976. The art works are now part of the Jan and Meda Mladek collection of contemporary art at the Kampa Museum in Prague.
Every year members of the current international music scene of various genres, from classical music to jazz, crossover and old music to world music come to this Prague festival in autumn. The Strings of Autumn seeks a broad perspective to convey the immense diversity of the music world to audiences, regardless of the well-traveled ruts of certain genre. In addition to the nine concert evenings, the festival offers a playful weekend for children and their parents called Strings for Children, and a mini-festival of talents from the Czech and international scenes, and the informal club night Spotlight.
(Source: Czech Tourism)