Czech Chamber Music Society • Brahms Trio of Prague

At Czech Chamber Music Society concerts, Ondřej Vrabec appears mainly to conduct or lead wind ensembles. This time he will appear as a wonderful French horn player with colleagues in Brahms’s amazing Horn Trio and the world premiere of a work by Miloš Orson Štědroň.

Subscription series HP | Duration of the programme 1 hour 25 minutes | Czech Chamber Music Society


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')


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

Ivan Vokáč cello

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Rudolfinum — Suk Hall

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Brahms Trio of Prague  

Ivan Vokáč  cello

Ivan Vokáč

Ivan Vokáč has been a member of the Czech Philharmonic’s cello section since January 2014. He graduated from Prague Conservatory and the Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts under Miroslav Petráš, and has taken masterclasses in Kronberg (with Steven Isserlis and Boris Pergamenshchikov) and Plzeň (with Raphael Wallfisch).

As a soloist he has appeared at a number of festivals both in the Czech Republic (Talichův Beroun, Mladá Praha and Mladé pódium) and abroad (Festival lʼEté Musical en Bergerac in France and Music Home Alive Festival in the Netherlands). He is a member of three chamber ensembles: Lobkowicz Trio, Prague Cello Quartet and Escualo Quintet, playing piano in the last. He has regularly appeared on Czech Radio and Television.

Ivan Vokáč has been awarded many prizes in international competitions, of which the most important include those won in Liezen, Austria in 2002, in the Dotzauer competition in Dresden in 2005 and at the Bohuslav Martinů competition in Prague in 2008. In 2006, together with Jakub Junek on violin, he was the overall winner of the radio competition Concertino Praga. In 2010 he won a scholarship from Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe, and in 2012 he was a semi-finalist and the most successful Czech participant in the international competition Prague Spring. Most recently he has won the International Leoš Janáček Competition in Brno in 2013.

As a member of Taras Piano Trio he has received top prizes at international competitions “Internationaler Johannes Brahms Wettbewerb” (in Pörtschach, Austria, 2007) and “Rovere dʼOro” (San Bartolomeo, Italy, 2008).

As a member of Lobkowicz Trio he was acclaimed at the Antonín Dvořák international chamber music competition (third prize and special award for best performance of a piece by Dvořák) and won for a second time the first prize at international Johannes Brahms competition in Pörtschach, Austria.