Prague Lieder Company: new pieces by Miloš Štědroň and Terezie Švarcová

22 October 2023, 7:30pm, Salsita Club, Prague Prague Lieder Company: Strings Suit Songs Miloš Štědroň: Cantigas y Estampidas for two female voices and string quartet (world premiere) Terezie Švarcová: Vier Gedichte von Christian Morgenstern for two female voices and string quartet (world premiere) Irena Troupová – soprano, Jana Hrochová – mezzosoprano, Graffe Quartet (Štěpán Graffe, Lukáš Bednařík … Read more

Miloš Štědroň: Maminko, nejsi (world premiere)

5 April 2022, 7pm, Husa na provázku theater, Brno ŠTĚD80Ň. Birthday concert for Miloš Štědroň Miloš Štědroň: Maminko, nejsi on Jan Skácel’s poetry for soprano and chamber ensemble (world premiere) Irena Troupová – soprano, Ensemble Opera Diversa, cond. Gabriela Tardonová

Ostrava Days: new pieces by Luboš Mrkvička, Jan Jirucha and Miro Tóth

23 August 2021, 7pm, Triple Hall Karolina, Ostrava Ostrava Days Ostravská banda I   Luboš Mrkvička: For Large Ensemble, Part F (world premiere) Ostravská banda, cond. Ondřej Vrabec   Jan Jirucha: Diagonal nr. 1(world premiere) Chris Nappi – vibraphone, Ostravská banda, cond. Jiří Rožeň   Miro Tóth: Theory of Absolute Saddness (world premiere) Irena Troupová – soprano, Ostravská banda, … Read more

Brno Contemporary Orchestra: new pieces by Ondřej Štochl and Mario Buzzi

5 June 2019, The House of the Lords of Kunštát and Divadlo Husa na provázku, Brno “… and their parents” Ondřej Štochl: Živý motýl for soprano and chamber orchestra (world premiere) Mario Buzzi: Kryptadia aneb co se nevešlo do Bartoše (world premiere) Irena Troupová – soprano, Arnošt Goldflam, Mariana Chmelařová, Ivana Hloužková – recitation and singing, Brno Contemporary Orchestra, cond. … Read more

The Presence of the Past. Young authors’ new pieces inspired by early music

3 October 2018, Baroque Refectory of the Dominican Convent of St Giles., Prague The Presence of the Past. Young authors’ new pieces inspired by early music A shared project by the Faculty of Arts at Charles University, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and HERA Sound Memories. The Musical Past in Late-Medieval and Early-Modern Europe … Read more

Marek Kopelent: Amor vincit (world premiere)

The 49th year of Brno-based music festival Moravian Autumn commissioned a new piece by a great Czech composer Marek Kopelent (*1932). The premiere took place on October 16 in Besední dům’s concert hall as a part of the concert of Ensemble Berlin Prag. Amor vincit (“Love Conquers”) is a trio for soprano, oboe and cor anglais written on a medieval Latin … Read more