The Dvořák Prague Festival
Karel Komárek Family Foundation supports one of the two most popular classical music festivals in the Czech Republic.
Dvořák Prague International Music festival has been launched to promote the good name of Czech culture via the legacy of the works of Antonín Dvořák, his contemporaries, and his pupils. And because the sole measure of the festival's success is quality, only topflight soloists and conductors and the most internationally-acclaimed orchestras and chamber ensembles come together on the Dvořák Prague concert stages, presenting music by Dvořák and other composers of the world to an international audience.
The new program series called „For the Future“ combines several projects aimed at educating and supporting young artists. Each year, the festival hosts the final concert of the Concertino Praga competition (artists under 15 and 16 years respectively), presents the Young Philharmonic of Dvořák Prague, whose work base is the Orchestral Academy at the Summer Music Academy Kroměříž (artists aged 15-24), or the winners of renowned international competitions in their Prague debut (professional artists under 30). Young talanted artists are also presented at the Festival’s Talent Stage.