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Ondřej Vrabec

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Concert celebrating 100 years of Czech–Japanese relations

Subscription series I
Czech Chamber Music Society
Programme

Pavel Haas
Study for Strings

Toru Takemitsu
Toward the Sea II

Antonín Dvořák
Romance in F Minor, Op. 11, for violin and orchestra

Antonín Dvořák
Mazurek, Op. 49 for violin and orchestra

Takashi Yoshimatsu
Threnody to Toki for string orchestra and piano
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Vítězslav Novák
Serenade in F Major

Performers

Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra

Jiří Vodička vilon
Naoki Sató
flute
Mio Sakamoto
piano
Jana Boušková 
harp

Ondřej Vrabec conductor

Photo illustrating the event CCMS Ondřej Vrabec
Rudolfinum — Dvořák Hall
2 Nov 2020  Monday — 7.30pm
Cancelled
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Performers

Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra  

“It is the fulfilment of a dream we shared with Jiří Bělohlávek: after two years of preparations, we are ushering in regular concerts of the Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. This name does not stand for one particular ensemble; instead it represents a project in which the orchestra members will be performing in various chamber groups,” said David Mareček, Chief Executive Officer of the Czech Philharmonic, in the spring of 2018. Jiří Bělohlávek was convinced that it was healthy for the Czech Philharmonic to play in a smaller ensemble. In a smaller orchestra, with a repertoire spanning the Baroque to the present, the musicians can hone the intonation, phrasing and collaboration of individuals within the whole. The Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, consisting exclusively of the members of the Czech Philharmonic put together for a specific occasion, has been officially established in the 123rd season. For its debut performances this season in front of the Prague public, it has chosen Reinhard Goebel, Jiří Rožeň, Ondřej Vrabec, Jana Brožková, Simona Šaturová, Josef Špaček and Uxía Martínez Botana. We can look forward to the bold plans for this new project in the following seasons of the Czech Philharmonic.