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7:30 PM

Komenského nám. 4 / Petrov 9, Evangelical Church of John Amos Comenius / Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul

7:30pm Evangelical Church of John Amos Comenius – the Red Church (Kutavičius):


Aidija chamber choir, choir director Romualds Gražinis, Kantiléna sbor dětí a mládeže při Filharmonii Brno, choir directors Jakub Klecker a Michal Jančík, Wind section of the Filharmonie Brno, organ Renata Marcinkutė-Lesieur, conductor Romualdas Gražinis

There will be an interval of about thirty minutes for the move from the Red Church to the Cathedral.


ca. 8:30pm Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul (Kabeláč):

MILOSLAV KABELÁČ Symphony No. 8 “Antiphons”, Op. 54 for Soprano, Mixed Choir, Percussion and Organ

soprano Lucie Silkenová, chamber choir Aidija, choir director Romualdas Gražinis, Český filharmonický sbor Brno, choir director Jiří Najvar, percussion section of the Filharmonie Brno: Lukáš Krejčí, Radek Tomášek, Petr Hladík, Tomoe Sonoda, Maximilian Jopp a Martin Opršál (guest), Přemysl Kšica organ, conductor Marko Ivanović


This concert presents two creative personalities and two works that have much in common. We were so attracted to the idea of programming Kutavičius’s Last Pagan Rites and Kabeláč’s Symphony No. 8 “Antiphons” together in one evening that we were not put off by the impossibility of finding in Brno one venue that could accommodate the requirements of both. So we decided to split the concert between two venues, the Red Church and the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul – two locations conveniently close to each other. We would like concert-goers to see the short journey between these two settings symbolically, as part of a ritual that will transfer us from a pagan vision of the world to the establishment of Christian ideals and on to the hopes and fears of today’s world.

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