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V. J. TOMÁŠEK – LENORA (Troupová & Matějová)

Kostel Nanebevzetí Panny Marie Skuteč Tyršova 1, Skuteč

Tomáškova a Novákova hudební Skuteč Songs and ballads by Václav Jan Tomášek. Irena Troupová - soprano, Petra Matějová - hammerklavier

200CZK

The Song of Love and Death (Troupová & Červinek & Dušek)

Novoměstská radnice Karlovo nám. 1, Praha 2

The rarely performed extensive song cycle Harawi, a key work by the French composer Olivier Messiaen, whose death 30 years ago is commemorated this year, will be performed by soprano Irena Troupová alongside pianist Jan Dušek. Both are among the most respected interpreters of 20th century music, which promises an extraordinary musical experience. The evening… Read More »The Song of Love and Death (Troupová & Červinek & Dušek)

In Colours of France (Sibera & Janál & Košárek)

Profesní dům - Aula (Refektář) Malostranské nám. 25, Praha 1

This year we are commemorating several anniversaries of French composers – including 200 years since the birth of César Franck, 160 years since the birth of Claude Debussy and 60 years since the death of Jacques Ibert. We have therefore decided to compile an evening of their songs and entrust them to the best Czech… Read More »In Colours of France (Sibera & Janál & Košárek)

With a Taste of France (Troupová & Hrochová & Dušek)

Novoměstská radnice Karlovo nám. 1, Praha 2

France and its culture have influenced many artists, writers and composers. In this concert, we will present six works for which their authors found inspiration in French literature – Renaissance, contemporary or even cookery. For this concert, a new work has also been commissioned from the young Czech composer Pavel Duda on a text by… Read More »With a Taste of France (Troupová & Hrochová & Dušek)

Known Unknowns (Hrochová & Červinek & Stehlík)

Novoměstská radnice Karlovo nám. 1, Praha 2

Many composers constantly surprise us with their works. Many of them are familiar to us, but there are certainly forgotten gems waiting to be discovered. The songs of this year’s jubilarians Igor Stravinsky (140th anniversary of his birth), Arthur Honegger (130th anniversary of his birth), Darius Milhaud (130th anniversary of his birth) or Zoltán Kodály… Read More »Known Unknowns (Hrochová & Červinek & Stehlík)

In the Intoxicating Glow of the Moon (Troupová & Šembera & Louženský et al.)

Novoměstská radnice Karlovo nám. 1, Praha 2

On 16 October 1912, a major work of the 20th century was premiered in Berlin: the Pierrot Lunaire cycle by Austrian composer Arnold Schoenberg. We will perform it on the day exactly 110 years later and complement the concert with a cycle by Alexander Zemlinsky, a friend and great promoter of Schoenberg’s music. For this… Read More »In the Intoxicating Glow of the Moon (Troupová & Šembera & Louženský et al.)

Under the Czech Sky (Troupová & Hilscherová & Janál & Stehlík & Dušek)

Lichtenštejnský palác – Sál Martinů Malostranské nám. 13, Praha 1

Just a few days before the national holiday we present a concert of Czech composers on folk poetry texts and important Czech poets Jaroslav Seifert and Vítězslav Nezval. The whole concert is all the more solemn because the performance of works by all of the featured composers will commemorate their important anniversaries this year. K.… Read More »Under the Czech Sky (Troupová & Hilscherová & Janál & Stehlík & Dušek)