Dear supporters of the arts,
We would like to inform you that the Trebbia Foundation, in cooperation with Miro Gallery, is organising the 15th annual International Trebbia Award Ceremony. This prestigious event will start at 8 p.m. on Sunday, 13 March 2016 and will be held in the Spanish Hall of Prague Castle. As in past years, this year’s special benefit concert will be broadcast live on both Czech Television and Slovak Television.
The programme will include a performance by world-famous French mezzo-soprano Geraldine Chauvet and various soloists, with accompaniment by the Prague Symphony Orchestra led by conductor Enrico Dovico.
At the evening ceremony, certificates and bronze Trebbia statues will be presented to laureates from Laos, Belgium, Germany, the United States, Czech Republic and Slovakia. The bronze sculpture was created by Stefan Milkov, MFA, a founding member of the Tvrdohlaví (Stubborn Ones) art group. In addition, benefit cheques will be presented to selected foundations.
The programme (approximately 95 minutes) will be followed by a social gathering and buffet.
If you decide to support this international evening ceremony, we offer you the option to purchase tickets available in the following price categories:
Tables 1 – 10 CZK 6,500/person all inclusive
Tables 11 – 27 CZK 4,500/person all inclusive
Tables 28 – 37 CZK 3,500/person all inclusive
Method of payment:
● Cash at the offices of the Trebbia Foundation, Strahovské nádvoří 132/1, Prague 1
● Based on a gift/donation agreement (sent to you upon request)
● Based on an invoice for advertising (subject to added VAT; your company’s logo will be placed on a shared advertising banner in front of the entrance to the Spanish Hall.)
We thank you for understanding that we are unable to reserve tickets.
Thank you in advance for your interest and support, and we look forward to a remarkable evening with you.
Miro Smolák, MFA
On behalf of the Trebbia International Nomination Committee
Order tickets at:
Church of St. Rochus, Strahovské nádvoří 1/132
118 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic
Tel.: +420 233 354 066, Fax: +420 233 354 075