Sylvie Bodorová: Trumpet Ceremony (world premiere)

15 May 2024, 8pm, Rudolfinum – Dvořák Hall, Prague Prague Spring: 75 Years of the Prague Spring Competition Sylvie Bodorová: Trumpet Ceremony, Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra (world premiere commissioned by the Prague Spring) Gábor Boldoczki – trumpet, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, cond. Jakub Klecker

Sylvie Bodorová: Psalms and Exhortations (world premiere)

4 May 2024, 7pm, Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington Spa, UK Leamington Music Festival Sylvie Bodorová: Psalms and Exhortations for oboe quintet (world premiere) Vilém Veverka – oboe, Martinů Quartet (Lubomír Havlák, Adéla Štajnochrová – violin, Martin Stupka – viola, Jitka Vlašánková – violoncello)

Sylvie Bodorová: Silymabum (world premiere)

6 July 2022, 7:30, Suk Hall, Rudolfinum, Prague Prague Summer Nights Sylvie Bodorová: Silymabum for string quartet (world premiere) Jeongah Choi, Elizabeth Scarlett (violin), Oryann Tsang (viola), Jiaoyang Xu (violoncello)

Sylvie Bodorová: Quo Vadis (world premiere)

11 June 2022, 7pm, New Stage, J. K. Tyl Theatre, Pilsen Sylvie Bodorová: Quo Vadis (world premiere) Directed by: Martin Otava, music director: Jiří Petrdlík Libretto: Sylvie Bodorová, Martin Otava Cast: Philippe Castagner (Nero), Ivana Veberová (Poppaea), Jana Foff Tetourová / Jana Piorecká (Agrippina), Michal Bragagnolo / Tomáš Kořínek (Marcus Vinicius), Vanda Šípová / Eva … Read more

Sylvie Bodorová: Bruromano (world premiere)

26 January 2020, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava Hommâge à Bohdan Warchal Sylvie Bodorová: Bruromano, double concerto for guitar, double bass and orchestra (world premiere) Miriam Rodriguez Brüllová – guitar, Roman Patkoló – double bass, Slovak Chamber Orchestra, cond. Ewald Danel

Jan Kučera, Jan Ryant Dřízal, Jiří Gemrot, Sylvie Bodorová: A Bohemian Pilgrim (world premiere)

15 June 2018, Castle Courtyard, Litomyšl Smetana’s Litomyšl A Bohemian Pilgrim, Cantata for narrator, baritone, children’s choir, mixed choir and orchestra to a libretto by Vojtěch Stříteský and poems by František Hrubín, Jiří Orten, Josef Václav Sládek, Josef Kainar, Karel Hlaváček, Josef Hora and Jaroslav Seifert (world premiere to a commission from the 60th year of the Smetana’s Litomyšl National Festival on … Read more