Take in a performance by the Old Prague Music Ensemble and enjoy great classical music pieces for organ, violin, and soprano at St. Martin in the Wall Church. The original church was built between 1178 and 1187 and is known for is incredible acoustics.
What to Expect
Experience a performance of well-known classical music pieces at the centuries-old St. Martin in the Wall Church in Prague. Tickets are available in rows 1-4 or 5-9 for this 70-minute program.
Soprano Libuse Moravcova Myratska is joined by violin and organ soloists to perform a varied program of well-loved classical compositions.
Libuse Moravcova Myratska – soprano
Marie Dvorska, Filip Himmer – violin
Michelle Hradecka, Drahoslav Gric – organ
Bach – Toccata and Fugue in D minor
Bach – Adagio from Violin Sonata No. 1
Händel – Largo, Ombra mai fu, from Xerxes
Händel – Sonata in D major
Caccini – Ave Maria
Vivaldi – Gloria, Alleluia
Vivaldi – Domine Deus
Brahms – Prelude and Fugue
Dvořák – Humoresque
Dvořák – Biblical Songs No. 4, No. 10
Massenet – Méditation, Thaïs
Schubert – Ave Maria
Please note that the program is subject to change.
The beautifully preserved St. Martin in the Wall Church is located in Prague’s Old Town. It was built in the Romanesque style in 1178-1187. During the 13th century the city walls were built, and the south wall of the church backed onto the Old Town wall, hence the name, St. Martin in the Wall.
In the 14th and 15th centuries, the church was reconstructed in the Gothic style, and retains this appearance today.
In addition to Sunday worship services, the church offers classical concerts, and with its excellent acoustics and historic setting, it provides a unique experience for all audiences.
Know Before You Go
There is no dress code.
100 seats, main hall
Category A, rows 1 – 4, general admission
Category B, rows 5 – 9, general admission