Day of Czech Holiday Festivities

  • Bohemian National Hall 321 East 73rd Street New York, NY, 10021

CZECH HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES

11AM – 1 PM  CZECH CHRISTMAS BRUNCH FOR CZECH CENTER CLUB MEMBERS.  

Enjoy the delicious pastry, the mulled wine, and the Christmas atmosphere at the start of the holiday season!  A very special treat for club members only.  Sponsored by Czech Center New York. 2nd Floor Gallery

2 – 3 PM HOLIDAY CONCERT: FROM CZECH BAROQUE PASTORALE TO MODERN IMPROVISATION

In festive holiday spirit, musicians from New York University present familiar miniatures and rare novelties for piano, guitar, and voice, tracing the Czech pastorale tradition from the Baroque, through the Romantic period, and ending in the mid-20th century. Curated by Jack Meadow and Michael Beckerman. Free admission, first come first served.

  • Sponsored by Dvořák American Heritage Association and taking place in the 3rd Floor Performance Space.

4 - 6 PM CZECH CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL

Hear favorite Czech Christmas carols and join in family-friendly interactive presentations highlighting Czech Christmas traditions. Featuring mezzo-soprano Pavlina Horáková and the Children’s Choir of the Czech and Slovak Community Center in Astoria. Come see what next year holds from the floating walnut shells, decorate your own Christmas cookie, or take a picture in our Christmas photo booth. Free admission, first come first served.  Sponsored by the Consulate General of the Czech Republic.  4th Floor Ballroom

PLUS CHRISTMAS SHOPPING, REFRESHMENTS, AND RAFFLE FROM 11AM - 6 PM, 4th FLOOR BALLROOM

* Christmas mini market, featuring traditional Czech glass ornaments and decorations, chocolates and sweets, and complimentary mulled wine, soft drinks, and traditional Czech Christmas cookies. Courtesy of Consulate General of the Czech Republic.

* Raffle of Dvořák String Quartet CDs.  Courtesy of Manhattan Quartet and Dvořák American Heritage Association.

Bring family and friends to this celebration of Czech Christmas traditions and music!

Sponsored by Bohemian Benevolent & Literary Association; Consulate General of the Czech Republic; Czech Center New York; and Dvořák American Heritage Association.