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November 2017

30 Monday

31 Tuesday

1 Wednesday

*62 MLK 1 Young blood or music from nearby 1

*62 MLK 1 Young blood or music from nearby 1

Besedni dum
MLK abo

7:30 PM

Concert by members of the Brno Philharmonic Academy and guests.

2 Thursday

3 Friday

4 Saturday

5 Sunday

*62* KK 1 Autumn concert

*62* KK 1 Autumn concert

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

6:00 PM

Kantiléna children’s choir concerts


TOMÁŠ PÁLKA Bambulín, EMIL HRADECKÝ, PETR EBEN, JOSEF SUK, ERIKA BUDAI and others


Magdalenka, Kantilénka and Kantiléna, choir directors Veronika Hrůzová, Michal Jančík and Jakub Klecker

6 Monday

7 Tuesday

8 Wednesday

9 Thursday

*62 FS 1 A Czech-Norwegian dialogues

*62 FS 1 A Czech-Norwegian dialogues

Cultural center Babylon
Hall Stadion, Kounicova 20

7:00 PM

Philharmonic at the Stadion Hall


BEDŘICH SMETANA Hakon Jarl, symphonic poem, Op. 16, EDVARD GRIEG Peer Gynt, suite No. 1, Op. 46 and No. 2, Op. 55, ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88


Brno Philharmonic, conductor Stefan Veselka


• A Czech-Norwegian programme under the baton of a Czech-Norwegian conductor • Bedřich Smetana’s third and last “Swedish” symphonic poem, composed during his stay in Gothenburg and inspired by a historical tragedy by the Danish playwright Adam Oehlenschläger about a 10th-century ruler of Norway • Famous suites from Grieg’s incidental music for Henrik Ibsen’s verse drama Peer Gynt • One of Dvořák’s symphonic masterpieces, sometimes dubbed English in reference to its publisher, the London firm Novello • A work full of joy, composure and admiration for the beauty of nature as well as Czech and more broadly Slavonic folk music

*62 VGZ 1 Czech-Norwegian dialogues (FS 1)

*62 VGZ 1 Czech-Norwegian dialogues (FS 1)

Stadion / Besední dům
ABO VGZ

11:00 AM

Public dress rehearsal


BEDŘICH SMETANA Hakon Jarl, symphonic poem, Op. 16, EDVARD GRIEG Peer Gynt, suite No. 1, Op. 46 and No. 2, Op. 55, ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88


Brno Philharmonic, conductor Stefan Veselka


• A Czech-Norwegian programme under the baton of a Czech-Norwegian conductor • Bedřich Smetana’s third and last “Swedish” symphonic poem, composed during his stay in Gothenburg and inspired by a historical tragedy by the Danish playwright Adam Oehlenschläger about a 10th-century ruler of Norway • Famous suites from Grieg’s incidental music for Henrik Ibsen’s verse drama Peer Gynt • One of Dvořák’s symphonic masterpieces, sometimes dubbed English in reference to its publisher, the London firm Novello • A work full of joy, composure and admiration for the beauty of nature as well as Czech and more broadly Slavonic folk music

10 Friday

*62 FS 1 B Czech-Norwegian dialogues

*62 FS 1 B Czech-Norwegian dialogues

Cultural center Babylon
Hall Stadion, Kounicova 20

7:00 PM

Philharmonic at the Stadion Hall


BEDŘICH SMETANA Hakon Jarl, symphonic poem, Op. 16, EDVARD GRIEG Peer Gynt, suite No. 1, Op. 46 and No. 2, Op. 55, ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88


Brno Philharmonic, conductor Stefan Veselka


• A Czech-Norwegian programme under the baton of a Czech-Norwegian conductor • Bedřich Smetana’s third and last “Swedish” symphonic poem, composed during his stay in Gothenburg and inspired by a historical tragedy by the Danish playwright Adam Oehlenschläger about a 10th-century ruler of Norway • Famous suites from Grieg’s incidental music for Henrik Ibsen’s verse drama Peer Gynt • One of Dvořák’s symphonic masterpieces, sometimes dubbed English in reference to its publisher, the London firm Novello • A work full of joy, composure and admiration for the beauty of nature as well as Czech and more broadly Slavonic folk music

11 Saturday

62* RA 1 MEET THE PHILHARMONIC MUSICIANS… DIFFERENTLY II

62* RA 1 MEET THE PHILHARMONIC MUSICIANS… DIFFERENTLY II

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

10:30 AM

 


Do you know what the Philharmonic musicians do when they are not performing? Would you expect to find among them a diver, a photographer, an ice hockey fan, a horse rider, a dog handler? Now you can get to know them!


presenter Ondřej En.dru Havlíkscript and direction Rudolf Chudoba, Brno Philharmonic conductor Zdeněk Nádeníček

62* RA 1 MEET THE PHILHARMONIC MUSICIANS… DIFFERENTLY II - Standing+

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

10:30 AM

Standing+:  Before you start the concert, you will settle for any vacant places - anywhere in the hall. If they are not, tickets are standing on the balcony center. Ticket price is a single 200 CZK.


Do you know what the Philharmonic musicians do when they are not performing? Would you expect to find among them a diver, a photographer, an ice hockey fan, a horse rider, a dog handler? Now you can get to know them!


presenter Ondřej En.dru Havlíkscript and direction Rudolf Chudoba, Brno Philharmonic conductor Zdeněk Nádeníček

12 Sunday

13 Monday

14 Tuesday

62. KC SPH 2 Piano recital

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

FRANZ SCHUBERT Fantasy "Wanderer" op. 15, D 760, ALEXANDR SKRJABIN Fantasy h minor op. 28, FRYDERYK CHOPIN Barcarolle in F sharp major, Op. 60, SAMUEL BARBER Sonata op. 26


piano Pavel Zemen

15 Wednesday

16 Thursday

17 Friday

18 Saturday

19 Sunday

20 Monday

21 Tuesday

22 Wednesday

*62 JWM 2 Clarinet Factory

*62 JWM 2 Clarinet Factory

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

JAZZ & WORLD MUSIC (II)


Clarinet Factory: clarinet Jindřich Pavliš, clarinet, basset-horn Luděk Boura, clarinet Vojtěch Nýdl, bass-clarinet, tenor saxophone Petr Valášek 


Classical music, jazz, crossover, world music, minimalism, electronics, film and theatre music, contemporary music, improvisation and original works: the acclaimed chamber ensemble Clarinet Factory has got all of this down to a fine art.

23 Thursday

*62 FBD II 1 A Deserted islands

*62 FBD II 1 A Deserted islands

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Philharmonic at home II “Classical and modern”


TOSHIO HOSOKAWA Meditation – To the Victims of the Tsunami, March 2011, BERND ALOIS ZIMMERMANN Concerto for Oboe and Small Orchestra, JOSEPH HAYDN Lʼisola disabitata (The Deserted Island), overture, Symphony No. 44 in E minor, Hob. I:44


Vilém Veverka oboe, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Alexander Liebreich


• One of the most respected contemporary composers, Toshio Hosokawa (born 1955) and his musical meditation about the natural disaster that struck Japan’s North-East shore in March 2011 • Work commissioned and premiered by the conductor Alexander Liebreich • Oboe concerto by Bernd A. Zimmerman (1918-1970), written in 1952, as a distinctive, virtuoso, polystylistic homage to Igor Stravinsky, worked out to the finest detail • On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the important German composer, a key figure of musical postmodernism • Papa Haydn and two works of his Sturm und Drang (Storm and Stress) period • Overture to an opera developing the story of two sisters, castaways on a deserted island • An early symphony, sometimes dubbed “Mourning”, probably due to Haydn’s wish for the Adagio to be played at his funeral

24 Friday

*62 FBD II 1 B Deserted islands

*62 FBD II 1 B Deserted islands

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Philharmonic at home II “Classical and modern”


TOSHIO HOSOKAWA Meditation – To the Victims of the Tsunami, March 2011, BERND ALOIS ZIMMERMANN Concerto for Oboe and Small Orchestra, JOSEPH HAYDN Lʼisola disabitata (The Deserted Island), overture, Symphony No. 44 in E minor, Hob. I:44


Vilém Veverka oboe, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Alexander Liebreich


• One of the most respected contemporary composers, Toshio Hosokawa (born 1955) and his musical meditation about the natural disaster that struck Japan’s North-East shore in March 2011 • Work commissioned and premiered by the conductor Alexander Liebreich • Oboe concerto by Bernd A. Zimmerman (1918-1970), written in 1952, as a distinctive, virtuoso, polystylistic homage to Igor Stravinsky, worked out to the finest detail • On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the important German composer, a key figure of musical postmodernism • Papa Haydn and two works of his Sturm und Drang (Storm and Stress) period • Overture to an opera developing the story of two sisters, castaways on a deserted island • An early symphony, sometimes dubbed “Mourning”, probably due to Haydn’s wish for the Adagio to be played at his funeral

25 Saturday

26 Sunday

27 Monday

28 Tuesday

29 Wednesday

30 Thursday

1 Friday

2 Saturday

3 Sunday

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