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This article is more than 7 years old. William Lobkowicz, as we veer around the pillars of Prague’s venerable Estates Theatre. We are smiling at ourselves as the camera flashes begin strobe-ing, two American guys measuring—without having to say so—the distance from our images of Oscar night to this rather more subdued opera premiere in the Czech capital. But whether the four or five paparazzi shouldering in here realize it or not, they’ve just photographed one of their country’s most important cultural celebrities. Tonight’s performance isn’t the biggest opera debut ever at the Estates Theatre—that would be when Mozart premiered Don Giovanni here in 1787—but it is a happening: the first-ever showing on Czech soil of native son Josef Myslivecek’s Olimpiade, last performed 235 years ago for the Queen of Naples.
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Attorney-by-day Pavel Smutny , the mega opera buff who labored for years and called in chits all over to pull this off, steps out from the crowd under the portico to bear-hug Lobkowicz. Down in the theater’s basement bar le tout Prague mingles with a crowd of Parisian opera lovers who’ve flown in for the night. I had the pleasure of visiting your cousin’s castle. Lobkowicz, a genuinely down-to-earth man, but with no phony «ah, shucks» to him, answers, «Oh yes? Whether he means «which cousin» or «which cousin’s castle» isn’t clear to me, but it’s a fair question either way. There are quite a few castles in the family. Lobkowicz and his father had 10 of their own 13 restored to them after the Velvet Revolution—including the whole eastern end of Prague Castle, the city’s looming landmark.
Olimpiade itself is a familiar experience for a reluctant operagoer like me: richly realized scenery, staging and singing yoked to an interminable, grinding clunker of a storyline. But what a night to be in Prague! The Estates Theatre—one of three devoted to opera and ballet in this cultivated city of just over 1 million—is packed and buzzing to the top of its confectionery, blue-gray-and-gilt wedding-cake tiers. Lobkowicz and I spill out onto the cobblestones sometime after 2 a. There is an otherworldly quiet in the fog-wisped Old Town lanes, and I have a momentary sensation of coming unglued in time. Here is a man who unforeseen, almost accidentally, inherited the trappings of his ancestors—including the castles with their vast, world-famous collections, and a slew of ancillary businesses—but without the immense capital reserves that underpinned it all or the seasoned cadre of managers who guided it. The next time I hear Lobkowicz’s soothing Yankee-patrician voice it is issuing through a set of headphones as I tour the mind-bending collections at the 40,000-square-foot Lobkowicz Palace high on Castle Hill overlooking old Prague. Open since 2007, the Palace’s collections attracted 45,000 visitors last year, which means that about a million and a half Prague tourists blew it: In a city chockablock with important museums, this is among the small handful you truly should not miss.
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Wandering the rooms of the Lobkowicz Palace is like trying to digest a massively rich chocolate cake all at once. If you don’t get hung up on the interconnected history in the portrait galleries, you might get snagged for a time by one of Europe’s largest collections of antique firearms, including weapons actually used in battle by the Lobkowicz regiments. Or you might enjoy the rooms of historic musical instruments and scores—Mozart’s handwritten reworking of Handel’s Messiah, say. Or you may drop in just for the famous paintings, like the two Canaletto views of the Thames that Lobkowicz lent to his eighth cousin Queen Elizabeth, for her Diamond Jubilee last year. Or to my mind the topper of toppers: Pieter Brueghel the Elder’s mesmerizing 1565 «Haymaking,» a turning point in the history of Western art but deeply moving even if you knew nothing of art at all. Reserve a place at the easygoing midday chamber concert or pause for lunch and the view from the terrace cafe.
We want to get scholars and foundations excited about what we have, but nobody knows yet what all is there. Among the head-buzzing swarm of activities that engage his workday is Lobkowicz’s determination to turn Nelahozeves into a center of European scholarship, starting with cataloguing his own virgin trove. Everything we are showing is being seen by the public for the first time,» he tells me as we drive up the gentle rise to Nelahozeves, a strikingly lovely Renaissance castle with medallions of black and white inscribed in sgraffito across its exterior. The collections here are entitled «Private SpacesA Noble Family at Home,» and the conceit is that antique Lobkowiczes, circa the late-19th-century era of the tenth Prince, are still roaming about the place, possibly just in the next room. For people of a certain historical—or voyeuristic—turn of mind, the intimate, re-created family spaces are enthralling. It doesn’t hurt that the rooms hold works by Rubens, Veronese, Panini, Cranach and Jan Brueghel, plus masterpieces of Venetian glass, 17th-century telescopes, intricately crafted armaments, northern Renaissance altarpieces .