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

Jiří Bezděk: Exposé for two accordions (world premiere)

1 February 2021, online from the J. S. Bach’s Music School’s concert hall, Dobřany, available at New Music² Jiří Bezděk: Exposé for two accordions (world premiere) Ladislav Horák, Josef Hřebík – accordion

Ian Mikyska: All Ending (world premiere)

The composers’ association Konvergence dedicated this year’s last concert to the youngest generation of Czech composers and composition students. It was held on 12 December, as usually in St. Lawrence Church in Lesser Town, Prague. The evening was closed with the world premiere of All Ending, a piece by composer, director, poet and translator Ian Mikyska (*1994), performed … Read more

Days of Contemporary Music: week 4 and 5

Three concerts took place during the fourth week of the Days of Contemporary Music festival. All of them were held at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague with fifteen of the twenty pieces presented enjoying their world premiere. The program on November 21 consisted exclusively of chamber music. Pallets and Shading by Jiří Bezděk … Read more