Photo illustrating the event Four steps to the New world<br>Janáček’s Jenůfa

Four steps to the New world

Janáček’s Jenůfa

Czech Philharmonic

The program for children is based on a musical part but also on a spoken word that will be given in Czech language only. The program will not be supplied with English subtitles.

Education programs
Duration of the programme 2 hod
Programme

“My servant recalls that during her second year with us, I began composing Jenůfa. That was in 1896. In those days, I was only a part-time composer! Being a church choir director and organist, a music teacher at an Austro-Hungarian normal school, the director of an organ school, a conductor of concerts at the Symphonic Society – having a terminally ill daughter at home – that was my life. Well, composing was hard, so I didn’t do much of it. For that reason, it is also hard for me to reminisce about it.” (Leoš Janáček, 1917) – “My husband had just finished Jenůfa. The whole time he was working on the opera, Olga was terribly interested in it. Now she asked: “Daddy, play Jenůfa for me; I’ll never hear it again.” Leoš sat down at the piano and played… I couldn’t bear it, so I ran away…” (Zdenka Janáčková)

Performers

Petr Kadlec 
guide

Soloists and choirs TBA

Marko Ivanović 
conductor

Czech Student Philharmonic

(Czech Philharmonic players, members of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestral Academy, and music school students)

 

Photo illustrating the event Four steps to the New world<br>Janáček’s Jenůfa
Rudolfinum — Dvorak Hall
16 Oct 2019  Wednesday — 10.00am
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17 Oct 2019  Thursday — 10.00am
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18 Oct 2019  Friday — 10.00am
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Group bookings for schools and preschools at edu@ceskafilharmonie.cz