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Rosenbaum summer choir tour features Prague
by Robert Pape for Vocal Area Network
Posted March 12, 2005

PragueDescribed by many as the "jewel in the crown" of Central Europe and as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Prague, with its breathtaking landscapes from the Petrin hillside and rich history in the arts and architecture, is an enchanting capital begging for exploration. And that's just what a group of singers will do this July, as critically acclaimed and accomplished choral conductor Harold Rosenbaum leads his latest European choir tour to the city admired by great composers like Mozart and native son Antonín Dvořák.

"It will be like none I have done before," says Rosenbaum, conductor of the New York Virtuoso Singers, Canticum Novum Singers and Westchester Oratorio Society about this, his sixteenth European tour, noting "the region's extraordinary beauty and history." The trip, which includes nine nights and eleven days in the Czech Republic, features some of the region's finest attractions, including Old Town Square, Hradcany Castle, the Moser Glass Factory, the Moravian cultural center city of Brno, a leisurely day-c