Czech Chamber Music Society • Czech Brass

The Czech Brass septet combines original works with arrangements of works for other instruments. The original compositions will include works by Lukáš Matoušek, Kateřina Horká, Jiří Gemrot, and Juraj Filas, but we will also hear arrangements of popular Baroque pieces from Monteverdi to Bach. Organ and percussion supplement the sound of the brass.

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Claudio Monteverdi
Sinfonias, ritornellos and organ arias from the opera L’Orfeo (arr. Stanislav Penk)
Samuel Scheidt
Galliarda Battaglia (arr. Stanislav Penk)
Adam Michna z Otradovic
Czech Lute – selection (arr. Stanislav Penk)
The Wedding Day)
The Virtues of the Glorious Mother of God
Virgin Love
The Bridal Wreath
The Fellowship of Angels
Samuel Capricornus
O felix jucunditas
Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Te Deum – Preludium. Marche en rondeau (arr. Stanislav Penk)
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer
Sonata à 7
Johann Sebastian Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major, 
BWV 1047, 3rd movement – Allegro assai (arr. Jiří Gemrot)
Lukáš Matoušek
Czech Intrada (for brass septet) – Czech premiere
Kateřina Horká
Intuitions for Brass Septet Part II – world premiere
Jiří Gemrot
Grotesques for brass septet – selection – world premiere 
3. Moderato e libero. Animato assai
4. Andante non troppo
5. Allegro
Juraj Filas
“Life is Beautiful” for brass septet and timpani, Part 1, Moderato-Allegro vivo-con passione



Czech Brass
Marek Zvolánek, Stanislav Masaryk, Martin Pavluš trumpets
Lukáš Moťka, Stanislav Penk, Pavel Debef trombones
Karel Malimánek tuba

Robert Hugo organ, positive organ
Jakub Tengler timpani, baroque percussion
Lukáš Brabec timpani, baroque percussion


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Liechtenstein Palace — Martinů Hall

Price from 230 to 260 Kč Tickets and contact information

Subscriptions and individual tickets for non-subscription concerts and educational programmes are on sale from 3 April 2023 10.00 a.m.

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