Martin Wiesner: String Quartet No. 4 (world premiere)

18 September 2022, 8pm, St Agnes Convent, Prague Dvořák Prague Martin Wiesner: String Quartet No. 4 (world premiere) Sedláček Quartet (Michal Sedláček, Jan Maceček – violin, Tomáš Krejbich – viola, Matěj Štěpánek – violoncello)

Petr Hora: A Big Wheel of a Falling Spirit (world premiere)

10 May 2022, 7:30pm, Church of St Simon and St Jude, Prague Petr Hora: A Big Wheel of a Falling Spirit (world premiere) Sedláček Quartet (Michal Sedláček, Jan Maceček – violin, Tomáš Krejbich – viola, Matěj Štěpánek – violoncello)

Days of Contemporary Music: new pieces by P. Hrabánek, M. Báchorek, J. Beran, V. Micka, L. Hurník, and I. Bláha

13 November 2021, 7:30pm, Kaiserstein Palace, Prague Days of Contemporary Music Pavel Hrabánek: String Quartet no. 3 (world premiere) Sedláček Quartet (Michal Sedláček, Jan Maceček – violin, Tomáš Krejbich – viola, Matěj Štěpánek – violoncello) Milan Báchorek: Třesky plesky, hezky slezsky for two boy voices, piano, and small percussion instruments (world premiere) Jakub Seriš, Jiří … Read more

Archaion Kallos: new pieces by Jiří Gemrot and Jan Ryant Dřízal

3 October 2021, 7:30pm, Gallery of the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague Archaion Kallos. Festival of Orthodox Music: Philokalia Today. Contemporary instrumental music inspired by Orthodox spirituality Jiří Gemrot: Piano Quintet Dormition (world premiere) Jan Ryant Dřízal: Makom (world premiere) Radka Hanáková – piano, Sedláček Quartet (Michal Sedláček, Jan Maceček – violin, Tomáš Krejbich – … Read more

Days of Contemporary Music: new pieces by Tomáš Svoboda, Jaroslav Šaroun, Ivo Bláha, Vít Micka and Jitka Koželuhová

6 November 2019, Gallery, Academy of Performing Arts, Prague Days of Contemporary Music Tomáš Svoboda: Charms for Harp. A selection from a cycle of 40 short pieces (world premiere) Hedvika Mousa Bacha – harp   Jaroslav Šaroun: Su la cetra amorosa (world premiere) Lucie Laubová – soprano, Jaroslav Šaroun – piano   Ivo Bláha: Levitation for violin … Read more