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O5 a Radeček teamed up with the Moravian Philharmonic in Olomouc and recorded a chilling carol

Up to a belt of snow, freezing wind and an altitude of over 1300 meters. The band O5 a Radeček, together with members of the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra Olomouc, filmed a new version of the Christmas carol Christmas Eve in such a setting.

Other footage for the hilarious video clip was shot at Helfštýn Castle, where Moravian Theater singer Natálie Tichánková also appeared, who also took part in the recording.

“Christmas Eve has arrived and we will be happy if you spend it with our carol. The guys from O5 a Radeček have prepared a traditional Czech Christmas song for you. They invited the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra Olomouc, singer Natália Tichánková of the Moravian Theater Olomouc and soloists Radim Sršeň and Honza Jílek to cooperate,” said director and producer Daniel Kašpar from the Ta-musica studio.

“We invite you to two magical places in the Olomouc Region – Helfštýn State Castle and Šerák in the Jesenice Mountains. We will be very happy if the carol makes you happy and becomes a part of your Christmas,” added Kašpar.

The music group O5 a Radeček, which a few days ago won the Český slavík poll in the Song of the Year category with the song Mountains, recorded a similar Christmas clip for the fourth time. In the past years, she released new versions of the carols Silent Night, Christ the Lord was born and I will go to Bethlehem together. The videos were then made in Praděd, Dlouhé strány or perhaps at Bouzov Castle.