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February 2018

29 Monday

30 Tuesday

62. KC SPH 4 Evening Piano Trio

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

JOSEPH HAYDN Piano Trio no. 44 E major Hob. XV: 28, WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Trio no. 5 B major KV 502, LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN Piano Trio no. 7 B major Op. 97 "Grand Ducal"


Lobkowicz trio


 

31 Wednesday

.BCO 4 From Czechoslovakia

DUmB / Besední dům
Malinovského / Komenského nám.

7:30 PM

BAKLA, MRKVIČKA, LEJAVA – songs on demand BCO


violin Milan Paľa

1 Thursday

2 Friday

3 Saturday

4 Sunday

5 Monday

6 Tuesday

7 Wednesday

8 Thursday

9 Friday

10 Saturday

11 Sunday

12 Monday

13 Tuesday

14 Wednesday

*62 FBD I 3 A Amadeus in Prague

*62 FBD I 3 A Amadeus in Prague

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Philharmonic at home I


The concert is sold out, we offer tickets to Standing+.


WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART The Marriage of Figaro, overture, K492, Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K466, Don Giovanni, overture, K527, Symphony No. 38 in D major, K504 “Prague”


Saleem Ashkar piano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Alexander Liebreich


• Overtures to famous operas narrowly linked with Prague: the success of the Prague staging  of The Marriage of Figaro led to the Don Giovanni commission and the work’s premiere at the Nostitz Theatre (today Estates Theatre) in 1787 • The Symphony in D major, first performed in Prague on 19 January of the same year, was a turning point in Mozart’s symphonic oeuvre • Saleem Ashkar, one of the most distinctive pianists of the middle generation today and a frequent guest of illustrious orchestras (Vienna Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, Gewandhaus Orchestra etc.) • Alexander Liebreich, a conductor of world renown, presently the chief conductor of the Katowice Radio Symphony Orchestra


 

*62 FBD I 3 A Amadeus v Praze - Standing+

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Philharmonic at home I


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.


WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART The Marriage of Figaro, overture, K492, Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K466, Don Giovanni, overture, K527, Symphony No. 38 in D major, K504 “Prague”


Saleem Ashkar piano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Alexander Liebreich


• Overtures to famous operas narrowly linked with Prague: the success of the Prague staging  of The Marriage of Figaro led to the Don Giovanni commission and the work’s premiere at the Nostitz Theatre (today Estates Theatre) in 1787 • The Symphony in D major, first performed in Prague on 19 January of the same year, was a turning point in Mozart’s symphonic oeuvre • Saleem Ashkar, one of the most distinctive pianists of the middle generation today and a frequent guest of illustrious orchestras (Vienna Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, Gewandhaus Orchestra etc.) • Alexander Liebreich, a conductor of world renown, presently the chief conductor of the Katowice Radio Symphony Orchestra

15 Thursday

*62 FBD I 3 B Amadeus in Prague

*62 FBD I 3 B Amadeus in Prague

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Philharmonic at home I


The concert is sold out, we offer tickets to Standing+.


WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART The Marriage of Figaro, overture, K492, Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K466, Don Giovanni, overture, K527, Symphony No. 38 in D major, K504 “Prague”


Saleem Ashkar piano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Alexander Liebreich


• Overtures to famous operas narrowly linked with Prague: the success of the Prague staging  of The Marriage of Figaro led to the Don Giovanni commission and the work’s premiere at the Nostitz Theatre (today Estates Theatre) in 1787 • The Symphony in D major, first performed in Prague on 19 January of the same year, was a turning point in Mozart’s symphonic oeuvre • Saleem Ashkar, one of the most distinctive pianists of the middle generation today and a frequent guest of illustrious orchestras (Vienna Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, Gewandhaus Orchestra etc.) • Alexander Liebreich, a conductor of world renown, presently the chief conductor of the Katowice Radio Symphony Orchestra

*62 FBD I 3 B Amadeus in Prague - Standing+

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM


Philharmonic at home I


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.


WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART The Marriage of Figaro, overture, K492, Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K466, Don Giovanni, overture, K527, Symphony No. 38 in D major, K504 “Prague”


Saleem Ashkar piano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Alexander Liebreich


• Overtures to famous operas narrowly linked with Prague: the success of the Prague staging  of The Marriage of Figaro led to the Don Giovanni commission and the work’s premiere at the Nostitz Theatre (today Estates Theatre) in 1787 • The Symphony in D major, first performed in Prague on 19 January of the same year, was a turning point in Mozart’s symphonic oeuvre • Saleem Ashkar, one of the most distinctive pianists of the middle generation today and a frequent guest of illustrious orchestras (Vienna Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, Gewandhaus Orchestra etc.) • Alexander Liebreich, a conductor of world renown, presently the chief conductor of the Katowice Radio Symphony Orchestra




 


16 Friday

*62 FBD I 3 C Amadeus in Prague

*62 FBD I 3 C Amadeus in Prague

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Philharmonic at home I


The concert is sold out, we offer tickets to Standing+.


WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART The Marriage of Figaro, overture, K492, Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K466, Don Giovanni, overture, K527, Symphony No. 38 in D major, K504 “Prague”


Saleem Ashkar piano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Alexander Liebreich


• Overtures to famous operas narrowly linked with Prague: the success of the Prague staging  of The Marriage of Figaro led to the Don Giovanni commission and the work’s premiere at the Nostitz Theatre (today Estates Theatre) in 1787 • The Symphony in D major, first performed in Prague on 19 January of the same year, was a turning point in Mozart’s symphonic oeuvre • Saleem Ashkar, one of the most distinctive pianists of the middle generation today and a frequent guest of illustrious orchestras (Vienna Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, Gewandhaus Orchestra etc.) • Alexander Liebreich, a conductor of world renown, presently the chief conductor of the Katowice Radio Symphony Orchestra

*62 FBD I 3 C Amadeus in Prague - Standing+

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM


Philharmonic at home I


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.


WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART The Marriage of Figaro, overture, K492, Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K466, Don Giovanni, overture, K527, Symphony No. 38 in D major, K504 “Prague”


Saleem Ashkar piano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Alexander Liebreich


• Overtures to famous operas narrowly linked with Prague: the success of the Prague staging  of The Marriage of Figaro led to the Don Giovanni commission and the work’s premiere at the Nostitz Theatre (today Estates Theatre) in 1787 • The Symphony in D major, first performed in Prague on 19 January of the same year, was a turning point in Mozart’s symphonic oeuvre • Saleem Ashkar, one of the most distinctive pianists of the middle generation today and a frequent guest of illustrious orchestras (Vienna Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, Gewandhaus Orchestra etc.) • Alexander Liebreich, a conductor of world renown, presently the chief conductor of the Katowice Radio Symphony Orchestra




 


17 Saturday

* 23. the representative ball of the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra

* 23. the representative ball of the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:00 PM

* 23. the representative ball of the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra


 

18 Sunday

19 Monday

62. KC SPH 5 Piano recital

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Concert Hall

7:30 PM

LEOŠ JANÁČEK Overgrown Path, the second row, FRANZ SCHUBERT Sonata no. 13 in A major D 664, ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Poetické mood cycle Op. 85 (selected) no. 6 recollection, no. 7 Rej sprites, PETR ILJIČ ČAJKOVSKIJ Sonata G major op. 37


piano Igor Ardašev

62. KC SPH 5 Piano recital - standing

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Tickets are standing on the balcony center.


LEOŠ JANÁČEK Overgrown Path, the second row, FRANZ SCHUBERT Sonata no. 13 in A major D 664, ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Poetické mood cycle Op. 85 (selected) no. 6 recollection, no. 7 Rej sprites, PETR ILJIČ ČAJKOVSKIJ Sonata G major op. 37


piano Igor Ardašev


 


 


 

20 Tuesday

21 Wednesday

*62 MLK 2 Young blood or music from nearby 2

*62 MLK 2 Young blood or music from nearby 2

Besedni dum
MLK abo

7:30 PM

Concert by members of the Brno Philharmonic Academy and guests.

22 Thursday

23 Friday

24 Saturday

*62 RA 3 AT VISIT TO LEOŠE or Do you know Master Janacek?

*62 RA 3 AT VISIT TO LEOŠE or Do you know Master Janacek?

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

10:30 AM

Take a peek into a fairy-tale realm thanks to Grandpa's magic pouch and discover the secret of the Czech composer Bohuslav Martinů during a visit to his native town Polička


presenter Petr Kadlec, Brno Philharmonic, conductor and presenter Marko Ivanović

*62 RA 3 AT VISIT TO LEOŠE or Do you know Master Janacek? - 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.


presenter Petr Kadlec, Brno Philharmonic, conductor and presenter Marko Ivanović

25 Sunday

26 Monday

27 Tuesday

*62 JWM 4 Uri Caine & Dave Douglas

*62 JWM 4 Uri Caine & Dave Douglas

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

JAZZ & WORLD MUSIC (IV)


piano Uri Caine, trumpet Dave Douglas


Two of the most brilliant names in New York jazz. Beyond his jazz career, pianist Caine is known for his original deconstruction of classical music, whereas Douglas the trumpeter for his fondness for avant-garde projects of all kinds.


 

28 Wednesday

1 Thursday

*62 FBD II 3 A Folk Songs

*62 FBD II 3 A Folk Songs

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Philharmonic at home II “Classical and modern”


 


LEOŠ JANÁČEK The Fiddler’s Child, ballad for orchestra, LUCIANO BERIO Folk Songs, ROBERT SCHUMANN Symphony No. 2 in C major, Op. 61 


Iva Bittová mezzo-soprano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Case Scaglione


• Orchestral ballad The Fiddler’s Child written in 1912, but only premiered in November 1917 by Prague’s Orchestral Association under the baton of Otakar Ostrčil, based on the eponymous poem by Svatopluk Čech, is a typical Janáček work in that it is a song about the human desire to be cleansed of earthly woes • Luciano Berio, the eminent 20th-century composer, and his cycle of unique renditions of folk and other songs from around the world (America, France, Sicily, Sardinia, Armenia and Azerbaijan), written in 1964 for Cathy Berberian, a singer of exceptional vocal talent • Iva Bittová, similarly distinctive singer, whose expression seems perfect for a performance of Berio’s work • Schumann’s symphony developing a Beethovenian drama, with the victorious struggle of man over fate in the finale

*62 VGZ 2 Folk Songs (FBD II 3 A)

*62 VGZ 2 Folk Songs (FBD II 3 A)

Stadion / Besední dům
ABO VGZ

10:00 AM

Public dress rehearsal


LEOŠ JANÁČEK The Fiddler’s Child, ballad for orchestra, LUCIANO BERIO Folk Songs, ROBERT SCHUMANN Symphony No. 2 in C major, Op. 61 


Iva Bittová mezzo-soprano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Case Scaglione


• Orchestral ballad The Fiddler’s Child written in 1912, but only premiered in November 1917 by Prague’s Orchestral Association under the baton of Otakar Ostrčil, based on the eponymous poem by Svatopluk Čech, is a typical Janáček work in that it is a song about the human desire to be cleansed of earthly woes • Luciano Berio, the eminent 20th-century composer, and his cycle of unique renditions of folk and other songs from around the world (America, France, Sicily, Sardinia, Armenia and Azerbaijan), written in 1964 for Cathy Berberian, a singer of exceptional vocal talent • Iva Bittová, similarly distinctive singer, whose expression seems perfect for a performance of Berio’s work • Schumann’s symphony developing a Beethovenian drama, with the victorious struggle of man over fate in the finale

2 Friday

*62 FBD II 3 B Folk Song

*62 FBD II 3 B Folk Song

Besedni dum
Concert Hall

7:30 PM

Philharmonic at home II “Classical and modern”


LEOŠ JANÁČEK The Fiddler’s Child, ballad for orchestra, LUCIANO BERIO Folk Songs, ROBERT SCHUMANN Symphony No. 2 in C major, Op. 61 


Iva Bittová mezzo-soprano, Brno Philharmonic, conductor Case Scaglione


• Orchestral ballad The Fiddler’s Child written in 1912, but only premiered in November 1917 by Prague’s Orchestral Association under the baton of Otakar Ostrčil, based on the eponymous poem by Svatopluk Čech, is a typical Janáček work in that it is a song about the human desire to be cleansed of earthly woes • Luciano Berio, the eminent 20th-century composer, and his cycle of unique renditions of folk and other songs from around the world (America, France, Sicily, Sardinia, Armenia and Azerbaijan), written in 1964 for Cathy Berberian, a singer of exceptional vocal talent • Iva Bittová, similarly distinctive singer, whose expression seems perfect for a performance of Berio’s work • Schumann’s symphony developing a Beethovenian drama, with the victorious struggle of man over fate in the finale

3 Saturday

4 Sunday

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