Czech Chamber Music Society • Czech Trio

After a long absence, returning to Dvořák Hall is the Czech Trio, whose history dates back to the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. The evening’s programme is a survey of the ensemble’s entire range of activity. We will hear familiar works by Dvořák and Suk, less frequently played pieces by Martinů and Friml, and also contemporary music.

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Josef Suk
Elegy, Op. 23

Rudolf Friml  
Piano Trio in C major, Op. 36

Eduard Douša 
Operation Anthropoid

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

Antonín Dvořák 
Piano Trio No. 2 in G minor, Op. 26


Czech Trio
Dana Vlachová violin
Miroslav Petráš cello
Milan Langer piano

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Rudolfinum — Dvořák Hall

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Czech Trio  

Czech Trio

The Czech Trio, who in the current line-up have appeared on domestic and foreign concert stages for a quarter of a century, have pursued the illustrious Czech chamber music performance tradition, dating back to the 1890s, when the first piano trio of this name was formed. The ensemble have gained recognition worldwide. Besides making several well-received tours of the USA, since 1999 they have annually visited Japan, where this season they are returning after a pause caused by the Covid pandemic.

The Czech Trio’s repertoire encompasses seminal pieces for a chamber formation of this type. The ensemble have recorded albums for Arco Diva and other labels. Highly acclaimed too are their recordings for Czech Radio, featuring music by Rejcha, Friml and other Czech composers, including the contemporary creators Trojan, Douša and Filas. 

All of them accomplished instrumentalists, the Czech Trio members have performed as soloists too. They have also taught (Prague Conservatory, Academy of Performing Arts), sharing their ample experience with students from various countries.