The National Theater, the Estates Theater, the Prague State Opera, Bedřich Smetana's apartment in Litomyšl. This is only a small selection of places with which HEDVA ČESKÝ BROKÁT has cooperated and created brocade so that it fits perfectly into breathtaking, czech, buildings. Come with us to see what brocade looks like in these buildings.
The National Theater
The National Theater, one of the most important buildings in the country, was established in 1881. It is located in Prague on the corner of Národní třída and Masarykova nábřeží. It is a national cultural monument, which is important not only in terms of national culture and history, but also in terms of architecture.
Now the neighboring New Stage, the Estates Theater and the National Opera also fall under the main building of the National Theater.
|Video about the brocade exchange at the National Theater: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlQJzWCF2Uk|
The Estates Theater
The Estates Theater is part of the National Theater. It was founded in 1781. The building falls into classicism, the architectural styles of this theater are Classicist and classical architecture. The theater focuses on opera. It lent its interiors to Miloš Forman, for example, during the filming of Amadeus.
Prague State Opera
One of the four stages of the National Theater. The State Opera is home to the ensembles of the National and Estates Theater and the ballet ensemble of the National Theater.
Bedřich Smetana's apartment
Bedřich Smetana, an important czech composer in the Romantic period, was born in 1824, on the ground floor of the brewery in Litomyšl. He came from a wealthy family. From an early age, he devoted himself to music, mainly piano and composition. Bedřich Smetana is described as the founder of modern czech national music and has significantly influenced subsequent generations of czech composers. Despite becoming completely deaf at the age of fifty, he was able to compose a number of masterpieces.
In his honor, an exhibition was set up on the ground floor of the brewery in Litomyšl, which aims to introduce visitors to Bedřich Smetana's childhood and early life.
|Bedřich Smetana's apartment in Litomyšl|