A World Unique Piece in Prague: The most famous concert hall of the Czech Republic, Rudolfinum, will be illuminated by a fifty minutes long videomapping accompanied by a symphony orchestra.
During three February evenings, from 16th to 18th of February, the Dvořák Hall in the Rudolfinum will be transformed under the baton of eleven visual artists from around the world. Breathtaking connection of light art and live music performed by the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra will present the SIM/NEBULA project to the audience. Tickets for the unique experience, which has no equal in the world, can be purchased now at the Ticketstream network or at www.signalvrudolfinu.cz/en/.
The exceptional SIM/NEBULA audio-visual project brings the connection of contemporary light and digital art with immortalized compositions of musical classics to Prague. Eleven visual artists from around the world will transform the interior of the Dvořák Hall of Rudolfinum using videomapping and immerse the audience into a fantastic world, which can be created only by light with the help of modern technologies. The musical part of the unique audio-visual experience will be provided by the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra under the guidance of the conductor Jan Kučera and which will perform pieces of giants of the classical music: there will be Vltava from the set My Country by Bedřich Smetana, 2nd movement Largo from the New World symphony and the Carnival Overture by Antonín Dvořák and the 2nd movement of the symphony Pathetique by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
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