Ondřej Adámek: Le Dîner (Czech premiere)

6 October 2019, Orlí Street Theatre, Brno Moravian Autumn Ondřej Adámek: Le Dîner (Czech premiere) Directed by: Jiří Adámek, painter: Charlotte Guibé, rapper: Helena Velická Brno Contemporary Orchestra, cond. Pavel Šnajdr

Brno Contemporary Orchestra: new pieces by Ondřej Štochl and Mario Buzzi

5 June 2019, The House of the Lords of Kunštát and Divadlo Husa na provázku, Brno “… and their parents” Ondřej Štochl: Živý motýl for soprano and chamber orchestra (world premiere) Mario Buzzi: Kryptadia aneb co se nevešlo do Bartoše (world premiere) Irena Troupová – soprano, Arnošt Goldflam, Mariana Chmelařová, Ivana Hloužková – recitation and singing, Brno Contemporary Orchestra, cond. … Read more

Brno Contemporary Orchestra: ‘My Country’ as imagined by contemporary composers

5 November 2018, Convent of Merciful Brothers, Brno Bedřich Smetana’s My Country arranged by contemporary composers Vyšehrad: Petr Kofroň The Moldau: Marek Piaček Šárka: Miloš Štědroň From Bohemia’s Woods and Fields: Pavel Zemek-Novák Tábor: Miroslav Tóth Blaník: Daniel Forró Brno Contemporary Orchestra, cond. Pavel Šnajdr

Michal Nejtek: Rules for Good Manners in the Modern World (world premiere)

National Theatre Brno opened this year’s season by releasing Rules for Good Manners in the Modern World, an original Czech opera by composer Michal Nejtek and librettist Jiří Adámek, who is also the director. The piece is based on Jean-Luc Lagarce’s (1957-1995) drama for a solo actress, which introduces the spectators to the etiquette rules, as established in the … Read more

Robert Hejnar: Lorelei (world premiere)

On 2nd May, the BERG Orchestra put on a concert at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius Church in Karlín, Prague. It included a world premiere of Lorelei by composer Robert Hejnar (*1969), a piece which – by its balladic subject – formed an interesting contrast of thought to the spiritual Sequentia by Arvo Pärt and Seven Words by Sofia Gubaidulina. … Read more

Ondřej Štochl: YIN – Nostalgia and Hope (world premiere)

Ondřej Štochl’s composition YIN – Nostalgia and Hope received its world premiere on 9 March at the Museum of Applied Arts of the Moravian Gallery by Brno Contemporary Orchestra. This piece for vibraphone and 12 instruments was on the programme of an evening called “Assimilation – Concert for people” together with music by Alvin Lucier, Michel … Read more