“Our intention is not only to donate funds. We strive about the creation of long-term and independently sustainable structures.“

Public prosperity

We perceive a fundamental difference between the words rich and wealthy: the difference is in the principle of not squandering the profits.

Our aim is to maintain the family wealth for long. Together with our clients, we determine the healthy level of self-renunciation for the future generations and help them find motivation in welfare beyond own consumption.

In this context, we see social responsibility as more than just a one-way help. To us, it is an integral part of what we do, what makes a wealthy family an influential dynasty that can leave a dignified trace in the history of its country.

Opes Arte Quesitas

International School of Music and Fine Arts Prague

In 1998, Robert Schönfeld established the International School of Music and Fine Arts in Prague. It is a leading educational institution for both Czech and international students. Its curricula are based on progressive and fun teaching methods that allow children and adults to experience the joy of fulfilling their creative potential.

The underlying concept of the school was to engage the most talented Czech performing artists as teachers, in which the school succeeded thanks to its flexibility in lesson scheduling. The purpose of establishing an international school specializing in music, dance and the creative arts was to offer an education of the highest quality not only to those pursuing a professional career, but to everyone who enjoys learning arts and music under excellent supervision.

The school also connects its students with outstanding performing artists through joint concerts and dance shows. Since its founding, the school has offered studies to more than 10,000 students and organized over 680 concerts, dance performances and art exhibitions.


PKF - Prague Philharmonia

PKF — Prague Philharmonia was founded in 1994 on the initiative of conductor Jiří Bělohlávek under the name Prague Philharmonia. Nowadays, it is one of the most appraised orchestras not only on the Czech scene, but also globally, which has been repeatedly acknowledged by international tours and recordings for top global labels.

After Jiří Bělohlávek, the role of the founder was taken over by Robert Schönfeld, who also acts as the Chairman of the Supervisory Board. Robert Schönfeld himself used to occasionally play in the orchestra in the first violin section during his studies at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.


The fruitful co-existence of art and assets over many centuries proves that these worlds cultivate each other and that partnership helps them both to flourish.

From the Schönfeld family collections: Josef Navrátil, oil