Czech Chamber Music Society • Prague Wind Trio

Among musical experts and the concertgoing public, František Xaver Thuri (1939–2019) was called “the last Czech Baroque composer”. His poem for wind trio titled Elbrus will be heard in the context of Mozart and Salieri on the one hand, and Székely and Milhaud on the other. Joining the Prague Wind Trio will be soprano Marie Fajtová.

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Jan Zach 
Sonata a tre stromenti (10')          

Antonio Salieri 
Trio in D minor (12')

Josef Mysliveček / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. F. X. Thuri
Ridente la calma, K 152 (3')

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. F. X. Thuri
An Chloe, K 524 (3')

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. F. X. Thuri
Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte, K 520 (3')

— Intermission —

Endre Székely 
Divertimento (12')

František Xaver Thuri 
Elbrus, poem for wind trio (12')

Darius Milhaud 
Suite d’après Corrette (10')


Prague Wind Trio
Zdeněk Rys oboe
Milan Polák clarinet
Lukáš Kořínek bassoon

Marie Fajtová soprano

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The Prague Wind Trio  

The Prague Wind Trio was re-established in 1993 in the spirit of traditions which have made Czech chamber music famous throughout the world. The trio endeavours to continue the many years’ successful musical career of the ensemble founded in 1966.
The current members of the Prague Wind Trio, formerly the Hlávka Trio, working with the cultural foundation of the same name – Zdeněk Rys – oboe, Milan Polák – clarinet, Lukáš Kořínek – bassoon (graduates of the Prague Conservatoire and Academy of Music) have been performing in top professional orchestras for many years. These musicians began playing chamber music in their youth and enjoyed success, both as soloists and in various ensembles, in many competitions where they won top awards (Prague Spring Festival Competition – 3rd prize in 1999, 1st prize in the Young Prague competition in 1992, and in 1993 the ensemble appeared in the international chamber-music competition in Tokyo).

The Prague Wind Trio represents the young generation of leading Czech chamber musicians and instrumentalists, performing in concert halls, galleries and castles. To date the ensemble has performed in 300 concerts both in the Czech Republic and abroad (Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Belgium, Japan).

The trio’s original name appears on the CD and LP published on the anniversary of the death of W. A. Mozart, “W. A. Mozart and His Czech Musical Friends” – 1991 – Carmen. Another CD came out in 1994, “Music of the 18th Century Aristocratic Salons – ICN Polyart. The ensemble works with distinguished Czech soloists and regularly records for Czech Radio.

Marie Fajtová  soprano