A meeting of the oldest London orchestra with the best of classic rock music. The London Symphony Orchestra was established in 1904 and became the first independent orchestra to have musicians who were also shareholders, and who themselves elected the administrative board. The first head conductor was Hans Richter, who conducted the inauguration concert in the Queen's Hall in 1904. Before the shipwreck of the Titanic, on which the orchestra was intended to travel, the musicians were saved at the last moment by a change to their journey plan. Now the orchestra sails to perform before audiences at Křižík's fountain, where you can experience an innovative evening with the orchestra. The performance is enhanced by a film projection into the wall of water of the fountain.