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Czechs are well-known for their musical talent. Classical music fans will be familiar with Antonin Dvorak and Bedrich Smetana who both composed operas, symphonies and choral works. Their works can be heard in the National Opera or in one of the many Baroque churches. When exploring Prague's historic center, you will be given flyers announcing classical concerts of Czech and other composers that are held in one of the churches or in the Municipal House. Music is everywhere in Prague. When ambling across Charles Bridge, you will soon hear the cheerful tunes of the Dixieland Band that has been playing here since Communist days. You will find more Dixieland and also jazz in Reduta Jazz Club. Just pop in for a very reasonably priced drink, if this is not your type of music. If it is alternative music you are after, be sure to visit Chapeau Rouge, very close to Old Town Square, and mix with Czechs and international visitors. O2Arena hosts the best pop concerts in Prague. You won't be the only visitor because the capacity is 20.000. It is best to book ahead because the concerts are very popular. Prague latest musical attraction is six public pianos dotted across the center of the city inviting you to play a piano concerto or just chopsticks.