Ondřej Kyas: String Quartet No. 5 (world premiere)

19 October 2022, 7pm, PF Café, Brno Point Nemo Ondřej Kyas: String Quartet No. 5 (world premiere) Diversa Quartet (Barbara Tolarová, Jan Bělohlávek – violin, David Křivský – viola, Iva Wiesnerová – violoncello)

Daniel Skála: Mea confessio (world premiere)

19 October 2022, 7pm, Church of St Wenceslas, Ostrava Musical Present Daniel Skála: Mea confessio. Contemporary oratorio with new liturgical and ancient sacred texts (world premiere) Libretto: Daniel Skála, Tomáš Volkmer Meta extraction ensemble, Canticum Ostrava ansámbl, choirmaster Jurij Galatěnko, cond. Daniel Skála

Vienna: The Cunning Little Vixen

15 October 2022, 7pm, Halle E, MuseumsQuartier, Vienna Theater an der Wien Leoš Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen (premiere) Directed by: Stefan Herheim, music director: Giedrė Šlekytė Cast: Mélissa Petit (Vixen), Jana Kurucová (Fox), Milan Siljanov (Forester), Alžběta Vomáčková (Forester’s Wife, Hen, Owl, Innkeeper’s Wife), Marcell Bakonyi (Poacher), Ya-Chung Huang (Schoolmaster, Mosquito, Dog, Cock, Woodpecker), Levente … Read more

Ivan Kurz: Stalo se (world premiere)

14 October 2022, 7pm, Martinů Hall, Prague Days of Contemporary Music Ivan Kurz: Stalo se. Allegory for Organ and Percussion (world premiere) Jiřina Marešová – organ, Blanka Šindelářová, Daniel Mikolášek, Šimon Veselý – percussion

Hanuš Bartoň: Prelude to Psalm 141 (world premiere)

12 October 2022, 7:30pm, Gallery, Academy of Performing Arts, Prague Archaion Kallos: Contemporary Piano Music Inspired by Orthodox Spirituality Hanuš Bartoň: Prelude to Psalm 141 for piano and electronics (world premiere) Radka Hanáková – piano

Days of Contemporary Music: new pieces by Romana Schuldová, Karel Pexidr, Jiří Teml, and Jiří Bezděk

10 October 2022, 7pm, Kaiserstein palace, Prague Days of Contemporary Music Romana Schuldová: Sacred Chants on Biblical Texts (world premiere) Ludmila Aschenbrennerová – soprano, Vít Aschenbrenner – harpsichord Karel Pexidr: Rhapsody for Bassoon and Piano (world premiere) Miloš Wichterle – bassoon, Martin Levický – piano Jiří Teml: Trio for Three (world premiere) Tre Violini (Miroslav Vilímec, … Read more