Days of Contemporary Music: new orchestral pieces by Jan Vrkoč, Jaroslav Krček, Marios Christou, and Jindra Nečasová Nardelli

25 October 2022, 7pm, Chapel of Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, Praha-Vinohrady Days of Contemporary Music Jan Vrkoč: Orthodoxy – Suite of Old Czech Dances (world premiere) Jaroslav Krček: Double Concerto for Oboe, Violin, and Strings (world premiere) Marios Christou: Greek Memorial to Lidice for clarinet and strings (world premiere of this version) Jindra Nečasová Nardelli: … Read more

Days of Contemporary Music: new pieces by J. Fila, J. Smutný, and M. Christou

1 April 2022, 7pm, Kaiserstein Palace, Prague Days of Contemporary Music 2021: Additional 10. concert of pieces, that could not be performed in Novemeber 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic Jan Fila: Autumn Rhapsody (world premiere) Eliška Brožková Pospíšilová – clarinet, Andrea Mottlová – piano Jiří Smutný: Epigrams for lower voice and piano on poetry by … Read more

Days of Contemporary Music: new pieces by M. Červenková, J. Laburda, J. Koželuhová, J. Fila and M. Christou

19 November 2021, 7:30pm, Kaiserstein palace, Praha Days of Contemporary Music Milada Červenková: Kaliya lila – rhapsody for violoncello and harp (world premiere) Jitka Vlašánková – violoncello, Kateřina Valášková – harú Jiří Laburda: Dialogy pro dva kontrabasy (world premiere) Tomáš Karpíšek, Gonzalo Jiménez Barranco – double bass Jitka Koželuhová: Danksagung – Motive eines Lebens for … Read more

Days of Contemporary Music 2020 on Youtube

The Days of Contemporary Music festival whose 31rd year planned for November 2020 had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, made recordings of a part of the original programme and shared them on YouTube: . The recorded pieces include several premieres:   Jan BERAN: Als welkten in den Himmeln ferne Gärten inspired by … Read more

Archaion Kallos festival: new pieces by Martin Klusák and Jan Trojan

It has become a tradition for the Prague Orthodox music festival Archaion Kallos to provide space also for young contemporary composers. This (8th) year, it was Martin Klusák (*1987) and Jan Trojan (*1982). Their pieces, Pnoi for solo clarinet and video projection (Klusák) and Refractions – sound interventions (Trojan), were performed on October 22 at the Gallery of … Read more