The Antonin Dvořák Museum is located in Prague, Czech Republic. It was established to commemorate the famous Czech national musician Antonin Dvořák. The entire museum is a small red three-story building in Baroque style, designed and built by the famous architect Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer in the 18th century. The museum shows the life of the master through newspaper clippings, photos, manuscripts, piano and violin. On the second floor there is a piano played by a master and several rows of auditoriums.
Since there has been such a famous musician in Czech history, I definitely want to visit it. But the location of the museum is not easy to find. Although you can go in several directions, it feels easier to go this way, that is, get out of the subway IP.Pavlova station and walk three blocks towards the Vltava River (estimated 15 minutes) and follow the signs to the left and walk into the small alley, I saw the red and yellow building. The door was closed at 5 o'clock and didn't make it in. The aunt of the doorman said that she would prepare a small concert at 8 o'clock and would not let in, so friends who wanted to go should go early.
The Dvorak Museum is located in the south of Prague’s New Town. It is a small red three-story building. The second floor is the performance of the master, a piano and several rows of auditoriums. At the same time, it shows the life of many masters and his Life, musical instruments and utensils used in creation, friends who like music, can go and see.
On the quiet Karlovu Road, it was already dusk when we walked there, a small red three-story building. On the second floor is the master’s recital room, a piano and several rows of auditoriums. We sat there for a long time. What lingers in my mind is the cello concerto in B minor, which has been with me for so many years, Casals, Dupre, Rostropovich, Yo-Yo Ma, everyone’s chords Nostalgia, unruly, thinking or rushing. I sat there, after the band concert, the cello slowly entered, far away, slowly telling the past, sometimes thinking, and finally calm again.
The museum is free to visit. It is all about music. There are many instruments to play, and some master-level works can also be appreciated.
The museum commemorates the famous Czech musician Dvořák, where the musicians are displayed through photos and musical instruments!