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In its 125th Anniversary Season, the Czech Philharmonic will be playing in the most important concert halls in Europe: Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Philharmonie de Paris, BOZAR in Brussels, the Concertgebouw in Amsterodam, London's Barbican Centre and Madrid's Auditorio Nacional. All of the foreign tours will be with orchestra's Chief Conductor Semyon Bychkov and with top soloist.
International Music Festival Český Krumlov 2020
3 Oct 2020
Czech Philharmonic will play at autumn edition of the International Music Festival Český Krumlov. Chief Conductor Semyon Bychkov will be joined by trumpeter Stanislav Masaryk and piano virtuoso Ivo Kahánek. Music by Shostakovich and Dvořák is on the programme.
European Capitals 2021
8 Feb 2021 — 13 Feb 2021
Czech Philharmonic will tour European capitals. The orchestra will perform in Vienna, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and London. Chief Conductor Semyon Bychkov will be joined by pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque. Music of Bryce Dessner, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonín Dvořák is on the programme.
Austria and Slovakia 2021
3 May 2021 — 4 May 2021
Czech Philharmonic will tour Austria and Slovakia in May 2021. The orchestra will be led by its Chief Conductor Semyon Bychkov again. This time, pianist Kirill Gerstein will be the soloist in a new concerto by Thomas Larcher, which was written for the Czech Philharmonic. First symphony by Mahler is also on the programme.
17 May 2021 — 19 May 2021
In May, the orchestra will set off for a Spanish tour – six years after its last concert there, the philharmonic is to perform in the famous Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid and will also return to Valencia after 11 years with programme featuring Katia and Marielle Labèque as well as Gautier Capuçon.
Smetana's Litomyšl National Festival
1 Jul 2021 — 2 Jul 2021
In accordance with tradition, the season of the Czech Philharmonic will culminate with two performances at a partner event, the Smetana’s Litomyšl National Festival. This time, it will be led by its Principal Guest Conductor Tomáš Netopil, and concertmaster Jiří Vodička will appear as the soloist.