Steps to the New World – Symphonic Poetry


The music form founded in the mid-19th century to tell stories and paint pictures through instrumental music is called the symphonic poem. This season’s series of concerts with commentary for young adults and adults “Steps to the New World” will be focusing on it.

Annotated concert
For preschools and schools
Steps to the New World – Symphonic Poetry

The program 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.

Kroky1 — Steps to the New World • Smetana’s The Moldau and Šárka


Dvořák Hall

What's on

Bedřich Smetana
The Moldau and Šárka

Performers

Czech Student Philharmonic

Petr Kadlec guide

Marko Ivanović conductor

Photo illustrating a concert - event Steps to the New World Smetana’s The Moldau and Šárka

Kroky2 — Steps to the New World • Dvořák’s The Water Goblin and The Noon Witch


Dvořák Hall

What's on

Antonín Dvořák
The Water Goblin and The Noon Witch

Performers

Czech Student Philharmonic

Petr Kadlec guide

Marko Ivanović conductor

Photo illustrating a concert - event Steps to the New World Dvořák’s The Water Goblin and The Noon Witch

Kroky3 — Steps to the New World • Janáček’s Lachian Dances and Taras Bulba


Dvořák Hall

What's on

Leoš Janáček
Lachian Dances and Taras Bulba

Performers

Czech Student Philharmonic

Petr Kadlec guide

Marko Ivanović conductor

Photo illustrating a concert - event Steps to the New World Janáček’s Lachian Dances and Taras Bulba

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