Musical Present: New pieces by Pavel Duda, Markéta Dvořákova, and Markéta Kapustová

23 November 2022, 6pm, Janáček Conservatory, Ostrava Musical Present: Licht und Schatten Pavel Duda: Invention (Scarlatti’s Self-Portrait) for harpsichord solo (world premiere) Markéta Dvořáková: Light and Shadow for recorder and harpsichord (world premiere commissioned by the festival) Markéta Kapustová: Dancing on the floor for recorder and harpsichord (world premiere) Eva Čapková – recorder, Jiří Havrlant – … Read more

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

Days of Contemporary Music: new pieces by Stanislav Jelínek, Vojtěch Mojžíš, Jan Fila and Jan Bernátek

5 November 2019, Church of St Clement, Prague Days of Contemporary Music Stanislav Jelínek: Sonata per harpsichord (world premiere) Ivana Bažantová – harpsichord   Vojtěch Mojžíš: Punctum saliens (world premiere) Diana Hladíková – soprano, Věra Kestřánková – bass clarinet   Jan Fila: Lumen gentium for solo organ (world premiere) Drahoslav Gric – organ   Jan … Read more

Jan Vičar: De astris somniamus (world premiere)

28 November 2018, Gallery, Music and Dance Faculty, Academy of Performing Arts, Prague The Representation of Theory and Praxis? Jan Vičar: De astris somniamus. III. De astris somniamus (world premiere) Morgenstern Ensemble (Terezie Švarcová – soprano, Jana Jarkovská – flute, Marie Wiesnerová – harpsichord)

MoEns ensemble: premieres of works by Miroslav Pudlák, Kamil Doležal and Jan Ryant Dřízal

1 November 2018, Chamber Music Hall, Faculty of Music, Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts, Brno Meetings of New Music Plus Miroslav Pudlák: Intuitiva III (world premiere) Kamil Doležal: 44 (world premiere) Jan Ryant Dřízal: Lone objects (world premiere) Monika Knoblochová – harpsichord, MoEns (Kamil Doležal – clarinet, Roman Hranička – violin, Balázs Adorján – violoncello, Hanuš Bartoň – piano, Miroslav Pudlák – conductor)

Miroslav Srnka at the DIALOGE festival, Salzburg

Miroslav Srnka, the most successful Czech composer today, was the main star of DIALOGE 2017, contemporary music festival held by the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation. Forming the dramaturgical basis of the festival, his music was being performed several times over the 4 days – as the festival’s name suggests – in dialogues with other contemporary, classical, electronic or film … Read more