New piano pieces by Miroslav Pudlák and Hanuš Bartoň

13 April 2021, 7pm, online from Church of St Lawrence, Prague 645. Tuesday of Umělecká beseda Miroslav Pudlák: Passacaglia for Piano (world premiere) Hanuš Bartoň: 8 Etudes for Piano (world premiere) Hanuš Bartoň – piano

20×3. Twenty miniatures for the BERG Orchestra’s twentieth birthday

20×3 Twenty life stories in miniatures by twenty composers – a project for the BERG Orchestra’s 20th birthday Available on YouTube and Czech Radio Vltava František Chaloupka: Reflexio (2020) Marek Keprt: vodnoSvětí (2019) Jan Ryant Dřízal: Marche nuptiale (2018) Jan Trojan: Just a Little Note to the Year (2017) Martin Klusák: In B (2016) Tomáš Pálka: Trans-Berg (2015) … Read more

MoEns: new pieces by Kamil Doležal, Hanuš Bartoň, Miroslav Pudlák and Michal Nejtek

26 November 2019, Gallery, Academy of the Performing Arts, Prague Kamil Doležal: Rituals (world premiere) Hanuš Bartoň: Torzo (world premiere) Miroslav Pudlák: Žena a had (world premiere) Michal Nejtek: Kvintet (world premiere) Daniel Mikolášek – percussion, MoEns (Kamil Doležal – clarinet, Roman Hranička – violin, Balázs Adorján – violoncello, Hanuš Bartoň – piano, Miroslav Pudlák – … Read more

Miroslav Pudlák: Music for Siren

6 March 2019, 11:45 am, Large Auditorium, Faculty of Arts, Prague Music for sirens … microconcerts with emergency siren test Concept / music: Miroslav Pudlák (world premiere) Monika Čeřovská (French horn), Jiří Lukeš (accordion), Jiří Genrt (tube), Petr Studený (electronics)

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 Pudlák: Intonarumori Concerto for Howler, Sraper, Crackler and Orchestra (world premiere)

An attractive musical programme was presented on 9 April in Studio Hrdinů (Trade Fair Palace, Prague) by the BERG orchestra. The concert named Archeology of the 20th century introduced John Cage’s renowned Radio Music, a Czech premiere of Graffiti, a piece by an internationally acclaimed Korean composer Unsuk Chin, Archeologia del telefono. Concertante for 13 instruments by Salvatore … Read more