Petr Kotík: Many Many Women (world premiere of staged version)

27 June 2022, 6pm-12pm, Jiří Myron Theatre, Ostrava NODO Petr Kotík: Many Many Women (world premiere of staged version) Libretto: Gertrude Stein Directed by: Jo Fabian Cast: Jen Wu, Ana Caseiro – soprano, Padraic Costello – countertenor, Felix Heuser – tenor, Harald Hieronymus Hein – bass baritone, Nicholas Hay – bass, Petr Kotík, Malgorzata Hlawsa … Read more

KOTIK@80. World premieres for Petr Kotík

26 April 2022, 7pm, PLATO, Ostrava 28 April 2022, 19:00, DOX+, Prague KOTIK@80. World premieres for Petr Kotík on the occasion of his 80th birthday Christian Wolff: Small World (2022) Bernhard Lang: Game 12 (2021) Petr Cígler: Rattlesnake No. 1 (2022) Petr Bakla: Two Instances (2016) Phill Niblock: Petr’s Charm (2021) Daniel Skála: Petram (2022) Ana Sokolović: Holub-Ježek-Kočka (2022) Anna Heflin:  Such … Read more

Petr Kotík: The Lost Guitar (world premiere)

16 May 2021, 5pm EDT, the yard outside the Willow Place Auditorium, Brooklyn Petr Kotík: Letters to Olga (1988) S.E.M. Ensemble   Petr Kotík: The Lost Guitar (world premiere) Xander Naylor – guitar

Marek Keprt: Hibiki, Hibiki, vzhmoť! (world premiere)

28 August 2020, 6:30pm, Antonín Dvořák Theatre, Ostrava NODO Marek Keprt: Hibiki, Hibiki, vzhmoť! Gustative-olfactory chamber (non)opera (world premiere) Libretto: Marek Keprt Directed by: Petr Odo Macháček Music director: Petr Kotík Cast: Markéta Israel Večeřová, Vendula Černá, Helena Kalambová – soprano, Michal Marhold – bas, Zdeňka Brychtová, Matěj Kohout – actors, Michaela Raisová – dance, … Read more

Petr Kotík: Mater-Pieces (New York premiere)

28 April 2018, Bohemian National Hall, New York, USA Czech American Inspiration Petr Kotík: Master-Pieces (2014-15) – New York premiere directed by: Jiří Nekvasil, David Bazika, music director: Petr Kotík S.E.M. Ensemble (Christina Kay – soprano, Steven Wilson – tenor, Jose Pietri-Coimbre – baritone, Nicholas Hay – bass, Pauline Kim Harris – violin, Liuh-Wen Ting – viola, Amanda Gookin – violoncello, Jeffrey Reinhardt – … Read more

Ostrava Days. Petr Bakla: Summer Work (world premiere)

The fifth day of the Ostrava Days presented a concert of the festival’s residential orchestra Ostravská banda held at the Triple Hall Karolina. Led by four different conductors – Petr Kotík, Joseph Trafton, Bruno Ferrandis and Carl Bettendorf – the ensemble played a program consisting of nine compositions, none of which was more than 15 years old. One of them … Read more

Petr Bakla: Major Thirds (world premiere)

As a herald of this year’s Ostrava Days festival, a special concert took place on 25th April in the completely sold out Bohemian National Hall of the Czech Center New York. Together with The Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble, the festival’s director Petr Kotík presented a unique program consisting of works by composers of AACM (Association for the Advancement of … Read more

Petr Kotík: Etude 7 (world premiere)

The third of the six evenings of the Beauty of Today, which is aoncert cycle organized by PKF – Prague Philharmonia, was dedicated to the composer, conductor, flautist and music organiser Petr Kotík who recently celebrated his 75th birthday. It took place on 8th February at NoD experimental space in Prague and the audience had a chance to … Read more

Petr Kotík: William William (world premiere)

The opening evening of the New Opera Days Ostrava (NODO) biennale, which was held between the 27 and 30 June, offered a world premiere of William William, an opera by a composer and the festival’s artistic director Petr Kotík (*1942). The performance took place in the industrial milieu of the Hlubina coal mine. William William is, as the author … Read more