Special Concerts

Mezi mimořádnými projekty najdete dva večerní komentované programy České studentské filharmonie, tradiční koncert společného orchestru žáků ZUŠ a členů České filharmonie anebo speciální koncerty filharmoniků s Idou Kelarovou a sborem Čhavorenge v severních Čechách. Součástí mimořádných programů je také oblíbená Zkouška orchestru s Markem Ebenem v roli moderátora.

Romano drom
Romano Drom

Three special concerts of musicians representing the Czech Philharmonic, Ida Kelarová, and young singers from the choir Čhavorenge. Having made appearances in Slovak communities, at the Rudolfinum, on the square Hradčanské náměstí, in Beroun, and in Vsetín, this time we are headed for the Ústí nad Labem Region.

Čí je má vlast? A co je česká hudba?
Whose Country is “My Country”? And What Is Czech Music?

Movements from Smentana’s My Country and Dvořák’s New World Symphony. And also Romani music. Just listen to how it goes together. Performed by the Czech Student Philharmonic, the Čhavorenge Children’s Choir, Ida Kelarová, and Marko Ivanović.

Zkouška orchestru
An Orchestra Rehearsal

What does a composer put into the music, and what do the players and the conductors add? Is the score sacred, or can compositions be adapted somehow? Jiří Bělohlávek, Marek Eben, and the Czech Philharmonic will be showing you things that are not usually seen or heard.

Minimalismus a maximalismus
Minimalism and Maximalism

An unexpected combination of classicism and music of the 20th century – the “minimalist” Steve Reich and the “maximalist” Ludwig van Beethoven. Performed by the Czech Student Philharmonic under the baton of Marko Ivanović.

Koncert společného orchestru ČF –  ZUŠ
A Joint Concert of the Czech Philharmonic and Pupils at Elementary Schools of the Arts

Young musicians from elementary schools of the arts will be joining forces with players from the Czech Philharmonic, and under the baton of its principal conductor, they will be performing a programme of music by Beethoven, Dvořák, and Grieg.