Jul 25, 2005, 3:24 PM
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Dozens of choirs do it - and many are disappointed (the concert is expensive and there is no audience). One has to know the local scene to understand why.
Singing in Prague
I am a strictly non-profit-making one-man show, rather knowledgeable about the Czech musical scene in general.
I can offer any chamber choir an opportunity, in July-September 2006, length of stay optional, not only to rehearse and give a concert in Prague with a crack students orchestra but to get to know the city with expert local help, for a fee of around £40 per head (the fee goes to the orchestra, not me!). Other costs are basically the same as those for ordinary tourists, but the local know-how can reduce these considerably (particularly accommodation). There are NO snags - except perhaps for the conductor (who must either drop out or do only half a concert!).
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Website (limited general info): www.intermusica.org
(This post was edited by praguesing on Aug 30, 2005, 9:04 AM)