The Prague Philharmonia has been headed by the conductor Jiří Bělohlávek since its founding in 1994. He has raised the ensemble to top quality. It is at present one of the
best orchestras in the Czech Republic. Its repertoire is focused on the classical and romantic periods, as well as on contemporary music and works by neglected composers.
Outstanding conductors who have appeared with the orchestra include David Stern, Christopher Hogwood, George Cleve, Libor Pešek, Martin Turnovský, and of the younger
generation Zbyněk Müller, Tomáš Hanus and Jakub Hrůša. The Prague Philharmonia has recorded over forty CDs for renowned labels and has performed at a number of prestigious
festivals in the Czech Republic and abroad. It has played in eleven countries of two continents having already appeared three times in Japan.