Prague Autumn is an international music festival, which was for the first time held 17 years ago, in 1991. During those years it has become an important event in the world of classical music, the festival has presented a number of excellent philmarmonic orchestras and soloists from the whole Europe and world.
Prague Autumn 2007 is held from 12th of September till 1st of October. It will offer about 20 concerts of high-quality classical music. Beside one, which will be in Karlovy Vary, all of them take place in Prague, in Rudolfinum. Rudolfinum is situated in Jana Palacha Square, which is close to Metro station Staroměstská, green line.
This year, festival will be opened with a concert of traditional Czech music featured by Vienna Radio Symphonic Orchestra and by a prestigious Czech viola player Jitka Hosprová. Among other highlights could be mentioned a show of conductor Valerij Gergijev with Rotterdam Philmarmonic Orchestra or that one of Babemberg Symhonic Orchestra conducted by Jonathan Nott. And there will be many other interesting concerts, so every lover of classical music should be able to choose something special to visit.
Tickets can be bought in Rudolfinum and some other places. You can find more informations in English about this event here, there is a detailed schedule of concerts and also list of places where you can buy tickets.