Archaion Kallos: new pieces by Jiří Gemrot and Jan Ryant Dřízal

3 October 2021, 7:30pm, Gallery of the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague Archaion Kallos. Festival of Orthodox Music: Philokalia Today. Contemporary instrumental music inspired by Orthodox spirituality Jiří Gemrot: Piano Quintet Dormition (world premiere) Jan Ryant Dřízal: Makom (world premiere) Radka Hanáková – piano, Sedláček Quartet (Michal Sedláček, Jan Maceček – violin, Tomáš Krejbich – … Read more

Marek Keprt: Music for Sirens

3 february 2021, 11:55am LIVE video stream from St. Vojtěch church, Prague, on Czech Radio Vltava’s FB, 11:57am live broadcast Czech Radio Vltava Music for Sirens… micro-concerts with emergency siren test Plavě proChvěla stínem ouška world premiere) Concept / music: Marek Keprt Pavla Radostová – soprano, Anna Romanovská Fliegerová – violin, Helena Velická – violoncello

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: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_CSoaQmsosVrvNzOjA4FO2Cw0R8EFgH3 . The recorded pieces include several premieres:   Jan BERAN: Als welkten in den Himmeln ferne Gärten inspired by … Read more

Jiří Slavík: Moldau on Moldau (world premiere)

19 September 2020, Floating Stage on the Moldau, Slavonic Island, Prague Strings of Autumn Jiří Slavík: Moldau on Moldau (after B. Smetana) – world premiere Daniel Hope – violin, Epoque Orchestra

Forfest: new pieces by Jiří Gemrot and Karel Hiner

21 June 2020, church of St Maurice, Kroměříž Forfest Jiří Gemrot: Angel Apparition, a scene for violin and organ (world premiere) Karel Hiner: Holy Spirir Meditation (world premiere) Bohuslav Matoušek – violin, Karel Hiner – organ

Lukáš Hurník: Martirium (world premiere)

22 May 2020, live stream from the Academy of the Performing Arts “Young Talents at Prague Spring Festival” Prague Spring Lukáš Hurník: Martirium (world premiere) Eduard Kollert – violin, Jiří Kollert – piano