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This is a unique opportunity to get to know all the different instruments of the orchestra one by one, and also to meet the players of the Czech Philharmonic. And it takes place in Dvořák Hall at the Rudolfinum. The moderator is Klára Boudalová. We offer this programme only in the Czech language.

FP1 — Czech Philharmonic – The Serial • District Championship with Cimbalom Music of the CP


Dvorak Hall

What's on

How is music played in Czech villages, and what does a folk music team sound like? What is the terminology in a folk music ensemble?

Performers

Cimbalom Music of the Czech Philharmonic

Klára Boudalová
moderator

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Philharmonic – The Serial District Championship with Cimbalom Music of the CP

FP2 — On Angelic Strings • Czech Philharmonic – The Serial


Dvorak Hall

What's on

180 kilograms – that is the string tension a violin has to withstand. We will be facing even greater tension: there will be more strings. On a harp. We’ll prove that even with such tension, one can play angelic Christmas music. On violin, viola, cello, and harp! With the Rudolphin Ensemble Prague and Jana Boušková.

Performers

Rudolphin Ensemble Prague

Jana Boušková
harp

Klára Boudalová
moderator

Photo illustrating a concert - event On Angelic Strings Czech Philharmonic – The Serial

FP3 — Czech Philharmonic: The Serial • In the Chamber with the Chamber Ensemble


Dvorak Hall

What's on

Where else should chamber music be played? We’ll be taking you to a private room (chambre séparée) for a musical serenade like in the days of the rich bourgeoisie. We’ll play music for eating, drinking, and dancing.

Performers

Chambre Ensemble

Klára Boudalová
moderator

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Philharmonic: The Serial In the Chamber with the Chamber Ensemble

FP4 — Czech Philharmonic: The Serial • In the Depths with the Czech Philharmonic Low Brass


Dvorak Hall

What's on

Let’s discover the depths of the musical ocean and find out why a tuba looks like the world’s biggest snorkel. How much air do trombonists need? How big must their lungs be? And what must one do when one begins to sink in one’s musical part?

Performers

Czech Philharmonic Low Brass

Klára Boudalová
moderator

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Philharmonic: The Serial In the Depths with the Czech Philharmonic Low Brass

FP5 — In the Fire with the Escualo Quintet • Czech Philharmonic: The Serial


Dvorak Hall

What's on

Our musical training is slowly coming to a boil. With the exuberant music of the Argentine tango, we discover a little musical exoticism and find out what is necessary for musicians in the band to tame each other.

Performers

Escualo Quintet

Klára Boudalová
moderátorka

Photo illustrating a concert - event In the Fire with the Escualo Quintet Czech Philharmonic: The Serial

FP6 — Czech Philharmonic: The Serial • Orchestral Academy of the CP


Dvorak Hall

What's on

And now comes the conclusion. The whole orchestra. And a conductor, of course. How will the musicians deal with a tough trainer, and what can happen to a top musician while performing? And what if someone is a soloist and doesn’t play for a team? Is that a good thing or bad?

Performers

Klára Boudalová
moderator

Ondřej Vrabec
conductor

Orchestral Academy of the Czech Philharmonic

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Philharmonic: The Serial Orchestral Academy of the CP

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