The pontoons can accommodate 170 passengers, and the capacity of the boat is 1,200 seated passengers.
Tickets for the floating watch are sold out, but as usual, the concert will be able to be watched from the sky, the Slavic Island, the Legi Bridge and so on from vessels, said the editor of the Concert for Europe, Marek Vrabec.
The concert will also be broadcast from 20:10 on Esk TV.
The bell #9801, which remembers those taken to the wolves, will also have a due date. He flew to Prague last week and now he can see the whole festival.
The bell plays the ceremonial bell all evening, he will start the concert. To its beautiful sound, the conductor Semyon Bykov is leading the ship under the guidance of the captain of the Russian Railways. The concert ended with the sound of the bell, said Vrabec. Around fifteen sailboats from the Podolska yacht club will be sailing around, decorating the entire scene.
The people who own the vessels were careful not to announce the production on their ships during the concert. On the contrary, everyone is invited to fill the town around the stage, T Rusk said. Before the concert, the Czech national anthem will be played.
Preparation for the concert was logistically nron. Everything you see here flowed down the Vltava, had to pass through the locks. The construction lasted around eight days, and they were built on about twenty military pontoons, said Vrabec at the end of the first ever concert on the Vltava.
The Prague Sounds Festival held its first concert on the Vltava River in 2020. In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, the British violinist Daniel Hope performed at an event called Hope for Prague.
A year later, in the same city, they celebrated 25 years of the Strings of Autumn festival with a week-long festival, the main star of which was the cellist Yo-Yo Ma. The event was opened by a concert by Ji Sucho.
The concert of the Czech Philharmonic on the Vltava river is not the only accompanying cultural event of the Presidency of the Republic of the Council of the EU. For example, the PKF – Prague Philharmonia orchestra presided over the Rudolfinum on the 8th of March. Conducted by Jan Kuera and accompanied by Tom Kao, Kao’s composition Silnj ne vera prepared for this event was performed in the world premiere.