Subscription Series HP • Seven early evening concerts


The concerts within the Early Evening Concerts cycle will be given by brilliant artists too. The pianists Boris Krajný and Martin Kasík, the violinists Roman Patočka and František Novotný, the mezzo-soprano Markéta Cukrová, the Herold Quartet, Trio Martinů, and the reputable all-female Kalabis Quintet, to name but a few.

HP1 — CCMS • Trio Martinů


Suk Hall

What's on

Leonard Bernstein
Piano Trio

Bohuslav Martinů
Piano Trio No. 3 in C major, H 332

Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Trio in B flat major, “Archduke”, Op. 97

Performers

Martinů Trio

Petr Jiříkovský
piano

Pavel Šafařík
violin

Jaroslav Matějka
cello

Photo illustrating a concert - event CCMS Trio Martinů

HP2 — CCMS • Kalabis Wind Quintet


Suk Hall

What's on

Antoine Reicha
Wind Quintet in D major, Op. 91 No. 3

Pavel Haas
Wind Quintet, Op. 10

Viktor Kalabis
Divertimento for Wind Quintet, Op. 10

Iša Krejčí
Wind Quintet

Performers

Kalabis Wind Quintet

Zuzana Bandúrová
flute

Jarmila Vávrová
oboe

Anna Sysová
clarinet

Denisa Beňovská
bassoon

Adéla Psohlavcová
french horn

Photo illustrating a concert - event CCMS Kalabis Wind Quintet

HP3 — CCMS • Boris Krajný, Herold Quartet


Suk Hall

What's on

Joseph Haydn
String Quartet in D major, Op. 20 No. 4, Hob III:34

Bohuslav Martinů
Piano Quintet No. 2, H 298

Ludwig van Beethoven
String Quartet in F major, “Razumovsky”, Op. 59 No. 1

Performers

Boris Krajný
piano

Herold Quartet

Petr Zdvihal
first violin

Jan Valta
second violin

Karel Untermüller
viola

David Havelík
cello

 

Photo illustrating a concert - event CCMS Boris Krajný, Herold Quartet

HP4 — CCMS • Roman Patočka, Ingmar Lazar


Suk Hall

What's on

Franz Schubert
Sonatina No. 1 in D major for violin and piano, Op. 137, D 384

Franz Schubert
Grand Duo in A major for violin and piano, D 574

Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonata in A major for piano and violin, “Kreutzer”, Op. 47

Performers

Roman Patočka
violin

Ingmar Lazar
piano

Photo illustrating a concert - event CCMS Roman Patočka, Ingmar Lazar

HP5 — CCMS • Concert of the Prague Spring International Music Competition 2019 Winner


Suk Hall

What's on

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Violin Sonata in E minor, K 304 (arr. for oboe and piano)

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Songs Without Words, Op. 30, No. 62, 67, 85 (arr. for oboe and piano, selections)

Clara Schumann
Three Romances for Oboe and Piano, Op. 22

Pavel Haas
Suite for Oboe and Piano, Op. 17

Performers

Martin Daněk
oboe

Miroslav Sekera
piano

Photo illustrating a concert - event CCMS Concert of the Prague Spring International Music Competition 2019 Winner

HP6 — CCMS • M. Cukrová, K. Englichová, V. Veverka, P. Nouzovský, M. Kasík, A. Klemens


Suk Hall

What's on

Claude Debussy
Sonata for Cello and Piano (1915)

Gabriel Fauré
Trois mélodies for mezzo-soprano and piano, Op. 7

Maurice Ravel/ arranged by Josef Marek
Cinqmélodies populaires grecques 

Josef Marek
Momenti discreti III. Lettera ai Posteri (fragment)
Momenti discreti II. Contemplazione
Momenti discreti IV. Campane di Arquá – Laura
Canzoniere, No. 1 (fragment) and No. 18

Performers

Markéta Cukrová
mezzo-soprano

Kateřina Englichová
harp

Vilém Veverka
oboe

Petr Nouzovský
cello

Martin Kasík
piano

Adam Klemens
conductor

Photo illustrating a concert - event CCMS M. Cukrová, K. Englichová, V. Veverka, P. Nouzovský, M. Kasík, A. Klemens

HP7 — Trio Incendio • CCMS


Suk Hall

What's on

Josef Suk
Elegy for Violin, Cello and Piano, Op. 23

Bohuslav Martinů
Piano Trio No. 3 in C Major, H 332

Franz Schubert
Piano Trio No. 1 in B Flat Major, D 898

Performers

Trio Incendio

Karolína Františová
piano

Filip Zaykov
violin

Vilém Petras
cello

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