Hanuš Bartoň: Wind Quintet (world premiere)

1 July 2021, 5pm, Hukvaldy Chateau Park Leoš Janáček International Music Festival. Epilogue Hanuš Bartoň: Wind Quintet (world premiere) Parnas Wind Quintet (Michal Vojáček – flute, Romana Mazáková – oboe, Petr Vysloužil – clarinet, Petr Hlavatý – bassoon, Antonín Kolář – French horn)

New pieces by Petr Wajsar and Miloš Orson Štědroň

22 June 2021, 7:30pm, Experimental space NoD, Prague Contemporary music series S: Musical Delicacies from PKF, or Concert as a Reward Petr Wajsar: Fagofonik for two bassoons (world premiere) Miloš Orson Štědroň: Somewhere, music for animated film for piano, cello and guitar (premiere of the concert suite) PKF — Prague Philharmonia chamber soloists and guests

Glyndebourne: Káťa Kabanová

20 May 2021, 4:50pm, Glyndebourne, UK Glyndebourne Festival Opera Leoš Janáček: Káťa Kabanová (premiere of a new production) Directed by: Damiano Michieletto, music director: Robin Ticciati Cast: Kateřina Kněžíková (Káťa), Katarina Dalayman (Kabanicha), David Butt Philip (Boris), Nicky Spence (Tichon), Alexander Vassiliev (Dikoj), Aigul Akhmetshina (Varvara) and others London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Glyndebourne Chorus Following performances: … Read more

Petr Kotík: The Lost Guitar (world premiere)

16 May 2021, 5pm EDT, the yard outside the Willow Place Auditorium, Brooklyn Petr Kotík: Letters to Olga (1988) S.E.M. Ensemble   Petr Kotík: The Lost Guitar (world premiere) Xander Naylor – guitar

Martin Wiesner: Rays of Light (world premiere)

11 May 2021, 7pm, online from Löw-Beer Villa, Brno Movere Martin Wiesner: Rays of Light (world premiere) Ensemble Opera Diversa, cond. Gabriela Tardonová following perofrmances: 14 May 2021, live from Brno parks (6pm Björnsonův sad, 7pm Tyršův sad, 8pm Lužánky)

Lukáš Sommer: Sonatina in Re (world premiere)

11 May 2021, 7:00pm, online from the church of Master Jan Hus, Česká Lípa Lípa Musica. International Music Festival Lukáš Sommer: Sonatina in Re (world premiere) Pavel Steidl, Lukáš Sommer – guitar

Miroslav Srnka’s opera “Jakub Flügelbunt” at the Acht Brücken festival

9 May 2021, 11:00am, online at philharmonie.tv and in the festival’s mediathek Acht Brücken Miroslav Srnka: Jakub Flügelbunt… und Magdalena Rotenband oder: Wie tief ein Vogel singen kann. Comics for three singers and ensemble (2011) – new production by Stadttheater Aachen Libretto: Miroslav Srnka on a motiv by Maria Procházková Stage director: Clara Hinterberger, music director: Christopher … Read more