Ondřej Adámek: Ce qui coule du geste… (premiere)

30 January 2022, 3pm, Konzerthaus Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany Zeitinsel Adámek Ondřej Adámek: Ce qui coule du geste… (premiere) Music: Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber, Nicola Matteis, Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Georg Pisendel, Ondřej Adámek Isabelle Faust – violin, Charlotte Guibé – painting

Ondřej Adámek: Illusorische Teile des Mechanismus (world premiere)

29 January 2022, 8:15pm, Konzerthaus Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany Zeitinsel Adámek Ondřej Adámek: Illusorische Teile des Mechanismus for sollo cello and strings (world premiere commissioned by Ensemble Resonanz and Konzerthaus Dortmund supported by the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung) Jean-Guihen Queyras – violoncello, Ensemble Resonanz, cond. Ondřej Adámek, direction and light design: Éric Oberdorff

Petr Hromádka: Variations on Music Boxes (world premiere)

24 January 2022, 7:30pm, Aircraft testing laboratory, Institute of Aerospace Engineering of Brno University of Technology, Brno Machines Petr Hromádka: Variations on Music Boxes (world premiere commissioned by BCO) Brno Contemporary Orchestra, cond. Pavel Šnajdr

Jana Vöröšová: Chlapeček a Dálka (world premiere)

20 December 2021, 7:30pm, St Agnes Convent, Prague Christmas at St Agnes Jana Vöröšová: Chlapeček a Dálka for children’s choir and chamber orchestra (world premiere commissioned by the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra) Czech Radio Children’s Choir, choirmaster: Věra Hrdinková, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, cond. Marek Šedivý

Marek Keprt: elfenLaubLäuten (world premiere)

19 December 2021, 7pm, online stream from the Corpus Christi Chapel, Palacký University Arts Centre, Olomouc Lichtzwang 2021: Piano Recital “Night and Bells” Marek Keprt: elfenLaubLäuten (world premiere) Marek Keprt – piano

Ian Mikyska: between mists (brushstrokes) – world premiere

18 December 2021, 6:30pm, Czech Museum of Music, Prague Prague Quiet Music Festival Ian Mikyska: between mists (brushstrokes) – world premiere Prague Quiet Music Collective (Anna Paulová – bass clarinet, Milan Jakeš – violin, Ian Mikyska – viola da gamba, Luan Gonçalves – double bass)

International Shakuhachi Festival Prague: new pieces by Vlastislav Matoušek and Jiří Lukeš

12 December 2021, Atrium na Žižkově, Prague International Shakuhachi Festival Prague 15:00 ZEN: Silence and Sound Vlastislav Matoušek: CORONA MUNDI 4 SHAKUHACHI (world premiere) Vlastislav Matoušek, Hélène Seiyū Codjo – shakuhachi, and others 18:00 KONVERGENCE: tenmetsu :: Japanese introspections Jiří Lukeš: tenmetsu for satsuma biwa (world premiere) Junko Ueda: satsuma biwa

Rudolf Komorous: Monody for solo clarinet (world premiere)

8 December 2021, 12:30pm, Phillip T. Young Recital Hall, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada For Rudolf Komorous: a 90th Birthday Celebration Rudolf Komorous: Monody for solo clarinet (world premiere) Patricia Kostek – clarinet

Pavel Kopecký: Leporelo (world premiere)

7 December 2021, 7:30pm, Gallery of the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague Třídení Pavel Kopecký: Leporelo for marimba and electronics (world premiere) Daniel Mikolášek – marimba