Days of Contemporary Music: new pieces by Vít Micka, Jiří Smutný, and Pavel Hrabánek

1 November 2023, 7pm, Chapel of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, Prague-Vinohrady Days of Contemporary Music Vít Micka: Covid Christmas for recorder quartet (world premiere) Anna Vopršalová, Anna Vološinová, Amálie Černá, Michal Reiser – recorder Jiří Smutný: The Last Rose. Songs for a higher voice with recitatives (world premiere of this version) Veronika Kaiserová – … Read more

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

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

Days of Contemporary Music: new pieces by Ivan Zelenka, Pavel Hrabánek, Jan Grossmann and Michal Müller

19 November 2019, Martinů Hall, Academy of Performing Arts, Prague Days of Contemporary Music Ivan Zelenka: Concerto for two guitars and chamber orchestra (world premiere) Pavel Hrabánek: Vivat simplicita (world premiere) Jan Grossmann: Kavod ve Simcha for piano and string orchestra (world premiere) Michal Müller: Concerto no. 2 for violin, strings and percussion (world premiere) … 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