Sylvie Bodorová: Concerto Danubiano (world premiere)

2 August 2024, 7pm, Herz-Jesu-Kirche, Gmünd, Austria Allegro Vivo Sylvie Bodorová: Concerto Danubiano for violin, string orchestra, and percussion (world premiere) Vahid Khadem-Missagh – violin, Academia Allegro Vivo

Ian Mikyska: Forest/Trees (world premiere)

15 July 2024, 8pm, Kateřinská Garden, Prague RENEWABLE MUSIC | … open air – green city Ian Mikyska: Forest/Trees (world premiere) BERG Orchestra & guests / UMZE Ensemble, cond. Peter Vrábel

Terezie Švarcová: Chceme my se, chceme (world premiere)

26 June 2024, 7pm, New Synagogue in Libeň, Prague Victoria Ensemble: Bohuslav and Vita, performance with music of Bohuslav Martinů and Vítězslava Kaprálová Terezie Švarcová: Chceme my se, chceme (world premiere) Viktorie Kaplanová – soprano, Roman Janál – baritone, Vojtěch Červenka – piano

Prague Quiet Music Festival: new pieces by Magdaléna Manderlová and Ian Mikyska

22 June 2024, 6:30pm, Fortna, Prague Prague Quiet Music Festival Magdaléna Manderlová: Flood Pulse (world premiere) Ian Mikyska: White Page (world premiere) asamisimasa (Morten Barrikmo – clarinet, saxophone, Tanja Orning – violoncello, Håkon Stene – percussion, Anders Førisdal – guitar), Prague Quiet Music Collective (Renata Raková – clarinet, Milan Jakeš – violin, Ian Mikyska – … Read more

New compositions by Pavel Trojan

19 June 2024, 7:30pm, Church of St Lawrence, Prague 5th concert of music by Pavel Trojan Pavel Trojan: For Adrienne (world premiere) Pavel Trojan: For Johanka (world premiere) Pavel Trojan: Ballad for Double Bass and Piano (world premiere) Luděk Šabaka – piano, Jiří Valenta – double bass

Twenty years of the S series: new pieces by Miloš Orson Štědroň and Martin Hybler

18 June 2024, 7pm, Studio of Švanda Theatre, Prague S6 Twenty years of the S series — Contemporary Prague music cocktail Miloš ORSON Štědroň: TROMPAREIL for trumpet and string quintet (world premiere) Martin Hybler: TO UTEKLO TO for string quintet (world premiere) Barbora Kolářová, Jan Adam – violin, Michal Sedláček – viola, Lukáš Pospíšil – violoncello, … Read more