Early Evening Concerts • Six early evening concerts


Again in the cycle of Early Evening Concerts, there will be one programme that was originally postponed because of the pandemic. On it, the Graff Quartet will join with mezzo-soprano Jana Hrochová in a programme including Respighi’s Il tramonto.

Czech Chamber Music Society

Those who prefer concerts by wind ensembles will certainly enjoy the Prague Radio Trio with its mostly Czech repertoire. A special feature of their programme will be a composition with a recitation, with the actor Svatopluk Schuller joining with the trio. During our last season, the concert devoted to percussion instruments was a success. For the first time in its history, the Czech Chamber Music Society is presenting the Academy of Performing Arts Percussion Ensemble led by Daniel Mikolášek. The series also presents piano trios. Besides Trio Martinů, there will be an appearance by the Brahms Trio of Prague, which will give the world premiere of a composition for French horn, cello, and piano by Miloš Orson Štědroň. One early evening programme is devoted to young artists who have won competitions here and abroad.

HP1 — Czech Chamber Music Society • Czech Radio Trio


Suk Hall

What's on

Ludwig van Beethoven
Trio in C major for oboe, clarinet, and bassoon, Op. 87 (20')

Jacques Ibert
Five Pieces for Wind Trio (10')

— Intermission —

Darius Milhaud
Suite d’apres Corrette for oboe, clarinet, and bassoon (10')

Leoš Janáček | arr. Tomáš Ille
On an Overgrown Path (selections) (5')

Tomáš Ille
The Proverbs of Solomon, a melodrama for oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and recitation (25')

Performers

Czech Radio Trio
Lukáš Pavlíček oboe
Lukáš Dittrich clarinet
Libor Soukal bassoon

Svatopluk Schuller recitation

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Chamber Music Society Czech Radio Trio

HP2 — Czech Chamber Music Society • Academy of Performing Arts Percussion Ensemble


Suk Hall

What's on

Gene Koshinski
Swerve (6')

Ivan Trevino
Baila (4')

Casey Cangelosi
Glamour (8')

Isaac Schankler
Blindnesses (8')

Steve Reich
Quartet (17')

— Intermission —

Matthew Lorick
Odessa (5')

Antonín Procházka | Matěj Diviš
Murume mudiki (5')

Eckhard Kopetzki
Night of Moon Dances (8')

Performers

Academy of Performing Arts Percussion Ensemble
Daniel Mikolášek artistic director

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Chamber Music Society Academy of Performing Arts Percussion Ensemble

HP3 — Czech Chamber Music Society • Trio Martinů


Suk Hall

What's on

Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Trio in G major, Op. 121a, “Kakadu Variations” (17')

Bohuslav Martinů
Piano Trio No. 2 in D minor, H 327 (17')

— Intermission —

Bedřich Smetana
Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15 (30')

Performers

Trio Martinů
Petr Jiříkovský piano
Pavel Šafařík violin
Jaroslav Matějka cello

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Chamber Music Society Trio Martinů

HP4 — Czech Chamber Music Society • Concert of competition winners


Suk Hall

What's on

François Devienne
Sonata for clarinet and piano No. 1 C major (27')

Josef Páleníček
Little Suite (10')

Kaija Saariaho
Duft for solo clarinet (9')

Charles Marie Widor 
Introduction et rondo, Op. 72 (8')

— Intermission —

Ludwig van Beethoven
7 variations "Bei Männer, welche Liebe fühlen", WoO 46 (10')

Cesar Franck
Sonata for Violin and Piano A Major, FWV 8 (version for violoncello and piano) (29')

 

Performers

Anna Sysová clarinet
Daniel Wiesner piano 
Vilém Vlček violoncello
Denis Linnik  piano

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Chamber Music Society Concert of competition winners

HP5 — Czech Chamber Music Society • Brahms Trio of Prague


Suk Hall

What's on

Aleš Pavlorek
Hommage to Prokofiev (15')

Miloš Orson Štědroň
Instincts for French horn, cello, and piano (world premiere) (20')

— Intermission —

Johannes Brahms
Trio in E flat major, Op. 40 (30')

Performers

Brahms Trio of Prague
Ondřej Vrabec French horn
Ksenia Dohnalová violin
Daniel Wiesner piano

Ivan Vokáč cello

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Chamber Music Society Brahms Trio of Prague

HP6 — Czech Chamber Music Society • Graff Quartet


Suk Hall

What's on

Anton Webern
Langsamer Satz for string quartet (10')

Ottorino Respighi
Il tramonto (15')

— Intermission —

Leoš Janáček
String Quartet No. 2 “Intimate Letters” (27')

Performers

Graff Quartet
Štěpán Graffe violin I
Lukáš Bednařík violin II
Leoš Černý viola
Michal Hreňo cello

Jana Hrochová mezzo-sopranos

Photo illustrating a concert - event Czech Chamber Music Society Graff Quartet

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