The Dvořák Prague International Music Festival represents more than two weeks full of musical events that are special because of the dramaturgical approach to the festival’s central theme and the involvement of top-class performing musicians from around the world. Each autumn, Prague’s concert season is launched by a spectacular festival that bears the name of the Czech composer who is most famous around the world. Since early 2008, the presenter of the Dvořák Prague Festival has been the Academy of Classical Music, which has taken Antonín Dvořák’s creative legacy under its wing.
The festival's programming is organised into characteristic programme series, and it is devoted to preserving Dvořák's legacy as a whole. Besides his most famous works, the programmes also include music from the first decade of the composer's career.