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Czech Chamber Music Society • Jiří Vodička


Nicolò Paganini is one of the composers celebrating a major anniversary this season (the year 2022 is 240 years since his birth). We will pay tribute to him with a programme of his music for guitar and violin played by masters of their instruments, the guitarist Pavel Steidl and the violinist Jiří Vodička.

Subscription series DK | Duration of the programme 1 hour 35 minutes | Czech Chamber Music Society

Programme

Niccolò Paganini
Centone di Sonate, op. 64, MS 112, Vol. 1
Sonata No. 1 in A minor (8')

Centone di Sonate, op. 64, MS 112, Vol. 3
Sonata No. 13 in E major (9')
Sonata No 14 in G major (10')

Sonáty pro kytaru sólo, MS 84
Sonáta č. 12 A dur (5')
Sonáta č. 33 c moll (4')
Sonáta č. 24 G dur (3')

— Intermission —

Minuetto dedicato alla Signora Dida from Sonata in A major for solo guitar, MS 104 (2')

Theme with variations on the song "Nel cor più non mi sento" for solo violin (11')

Tercet for Violin, Cello and Guitar in D major, Op. 66, MS 69

Performers

Pavel Steidl guitar
Jiří Vodička violin
Jonáš Krejčí cello

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Liechtenstein Palace — Martinů Hall

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Performers

Jiří Vodička  violin

Jiří Vodička

Jiří Vodička, concertmaster with the Czech Philharmonic, soloist and chamber musician, is one of the finest and most sought-after Czech violinists. An extremely gifted child, he made a name for himself by winning numerous prizes, notably in the Jaroslav Kocian International Violin Competition, the Prague Junior Note and Slovakia’s Čírenie talentov. In 2002, he came first in the Beethoven’ Hradec International Violin Competition, and received a prize for best pupil at Václav Hudeček’s violin classes. He later performed with Hudeček at dozens of concerts throughout the Czech Republic. In 2004, he became overall winner of the International Louis Spohr Competition for Young Violinists in Weimar. In 2008, he gained first and second prizes at the prestigious Young Concert Artists competition in Leipzig and New York.

At the tender age of 14, Jiří Vodička enrolled at the Institute for Art Studies at the University of Ostrava, where he studied under the renowned teacher Prof. Zdeněk Gola, graduating with a master’s degree in 2007.

Jiří Vodička has regularly performed as a soloist with a host of leading orchestras in the Czech Republic and further afield, including the Czech Philharmonic, the Prague Philharmonia, the Prague Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra,  the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra and the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen. He has worked with Jiří Bělohlávek, Jakub Hrůša, Tomáš Netopil and other top conductors.

In 2014, he made his debut solo album, Violino Solo, released on Supraphon. Featuring some of the most challenging compositions for solo violin, it met with a positive critical response in the Czech Republic and elsewhere. Many of his concerts have been broadcast by Czech Television, Czech Radio and Germany’s ARD.

As a chamber musician, he has performed with the major Czech pianists Martin Kasík, Ivo
Kahánek, Ivan Klánský and Miroslav Sekera. In 2011, he was invited by the celebrated violinist Gidon Kremer to appear at his Kammermusikfest in Lockenhaus, Austria, together with many world-famous artists. He has regularly performed at such prominent festivals as the Prague Spring, Janáček’s May, the Grand Festival of China, the Hohenloher Kultursommer, and the Choriner Musiksommer. Since 2012, he has been a member of the Smetana Trio, with whom he has recorded two acclaimed CDs for Supraphon (BBC Music Magazine Award and Diapason d’Or).

In 2015, he was named concertmaster with the Czech Philharmonic. He teaches at the Prague Conservatory and at Ostrava University.

Jiří Vodička plays a violin made by Joseph Gagliano in 1767.

Pavel Steidl  guitar

Jonáš Krejčí  cello

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