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Simon Rattle for Year of the Czech music

Simon Rattle for Year of the Czech music

Magdalena Kožená for Year of the Czech music

Magdalena Kožená for Year of the Czech music

Jiří Bělohlávek - spot

Jiří Bělohlávek - spot

Bouquet - generation dialog

Bouquet - generation dialog

14., 15., 16.9.2014 from 9 pm, Small Part Town Cementary (Malostranský hřbitov), tram station Bertramka

Site Specific dance project of four generations of dancers with music by B. Martinů

choreography E. Blažíčková

Vivat Musica!

Vivat Musica!

25.4.-9.11.2014, Veletržní palác

Exposition of pictures with motifs of music across the history. Prepared from the depository of the National Gallery in Prague. Organised to the Year of Czech Music 2014.

Opening concert with Brno Philharmonic

Opening concert with Brno Philharmonic

conducted by Jakub Hrůša.

Opening concert with Czech Philharmonic

Opening concert with Czech Philharmonic

from left side: Sir Simon Rattle, Magdalena Kožená, Davide Mareček (director of Czech Philharmonic) with his son, Jiří Bělohlávek, Jiří Balvín (Minister of Culture), Josef Špaček (violinist).

Opening concert with Czech Philharmonic

Opening concert with Czech Philharmonic

Sir Simon Rattle with Jiří Bělohlávek 

Mirandolina - oficial stage opening of the Year of Czech Music

Mirandolina - oficial stage opening of the Year of Czech Music

7.p.m. Estates Theatre Prague

Mirandolina by Bohuslav Martinů

Kateřina Kněžíková-Mirandolina

 

Sir Simon Rattle & Magdalena Kožená

Sir Simon Rattle & Magdalena Kožená

Partons of the Year of Czech Music 2014. 

Bohuslav MARTINŮ (✝ 28.8.1959)

Bohuslav MARTINŮ (✝ 28.8.1959)

55th anniversary of death (1890 - 1959)


distinguish Czech composer

Prague Symphonic Orchestra FOK (* 1.9.1934)

70th anniversary of orchestra foundation (1934)


František Václav MÍČA (* 5.9.1694)

320th anniversary of birth (1694 - 1744)


Czech composer
František Xaver RICHTER (✝ 12.9.1789)

František Xaver RICHTER (✝ 12.9.1789)

305th anniversary of birth (1709 - 1789)


Czech composer, violinist, distinguish representative of the early musical classicism
Miloslav KABELÁČ (✝ 17.9.1979)

Miloslav KABELÁČ (✝ 17.9.1979)

35th anniversary of death (1908 - 1979)


Czech composer
Bohumír LIŠKA (* 2.10.1914)

Bohumír LIŠKA (* 2.10.1914)

90th anniversary of birth (1914 - 1990)


Czech conductor
František Ignác TŮMA (* 2.10.1704)

František Ignác TŮMA (* 2.10.1704)

240th anniversary of death (1704 - 1774)


Czech composer
Vilém BLODEK (* 3.10.1834)

Vilém BLODEK (* 3.10.1834)

180th anniversary of birth (1834 - 1874)


Czech composer, chorister and pedagogue

Jan Dismas ZELENKA (* 16.10.1679)

335th anniversary of birth (1679 - 1745)


Bohemian baroque composer
Pavel HAAS (✝ 17.10.1944)

Pavel HAAS (✝ 17.10.1944)

115th anniversary of birth (1899 - 1944)


Czech composer
Karel REINER (✝ 17.10.1979)

Karel REINER (✝ 17.10.1979)

25th anniversary of death (1910 - 1979)


Czech composer
Hans KRÁSA (✝ 18.10.1944)

Hans KRÁSA (✝ 18.10.1944)

115th anniversary of birth (1899 - 1944)


Czech composer of German-Jewish birth
Dalibor VAČKÁŘ (✝ 21.10.1984)

Dalibor VAČKÁŘ (✝ 21.10.1984)

30th anniversary of death (1906 - 1984)


Czech composer

Jan NOVÁK (✝ 11.11.1984)

30th anniversary of death (1921 - 1984)


Czech composer

Prague Small Philharmonic Orchestra (* 17.11.1994)

10th anniversary of foundation (1964)


František BENDA (* 22.11.1709)

František BENDA (* 22.11.1709)

295th anniversary of birth (1709 - 1786)


Bohemian composer, conductor, distinguish representative of the Czech musical classicism
František Vincenc KRAMÁŘ - KROMMER (* 27.11.1795)

František Vincenc KRAMÁŘ - KROMMER (* 27.11.1795)

255th anniversary of birth (1759 - 1831)


composer, conductor, distinguish representative of the Czech musical classicism
Hans KRÁSA (* 30.11.1899)

Hans KRÁSA (* 30.11.1899)

115th anniversary of birth (1899 - 1944)


Czech composer of German-Jewish birth
TODAY, Poland, Warszawa
Xavier de Maistre - Harp recital
TOMORROW, Schweiz, Montreux
Jiří Bělohlávek conducts Smetana and Dvořák - opening festival concert
TOMORROW, Czech Republic, Prague
Romantic Organ
29.8.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
Wonderful Dvořák
29.8.2014, Netherlands, Utrecht
Opening concert: Fux and his Bohemian Followers Tůma & Zelenka
30.8.2014, Czech Republic, Central-Bohemian Region, Liteň
A Tribute to Jarmila Novotná
30.8.2014, Czech Republic, Zlín Region, Luhačovice
Year of Czech Music on Silver Screen: The Violin and the Dream
30.8.2014, Austria, Linz
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31.8.2014, Netherlands, Utrecht
Easter Cantatas by Zelenka
1.9.2014, Netherlands, Utrecht
Caldara: San Giovanni Nepomuceno
1.9.2014, Czech Republic, Moravian-Silesian Region, Ostrava
Dvořák´s Requiem
1.9.2014, Netherlands, Utrecht
Maiestas Dei: Medieval Czech Polyphony
1.9.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
Open Air - Soundwalk
2.9.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
Wonderful Dvořák
2.9.2014, Czech Republic, Moravian-Silesian Region, Frýdek-Místek
Martinů, Janáček, Poulenc - vocal concert
2.9.2014, Netherlands, Utrecht
Praga Magna
2.9.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
Rusalka
2.9.2014, Netherlands, Utrecht
Salon 1723
3.9.2014, Great Britain, London
Prom 62: Beethoven, Berlioz & Dvořák - festival concert
4.9.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
The Jacobin
5.9.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
Wonderful Dvořák
5.9.2014, Italy, Merano
Truls Mørk plays Dvořák - festival concert
7.9.2014, Austria, Grafenegg
Dudamel conducts Dvořák - festival concert
7.9.2014, Czech Republic, Central-Bohemian Region, Zlonice
Festival Overture
7.9.2014, Netherlands, Utrecht
Finger: Virtuoso Music for Gamba
7.9.2014, Czech Republic, Pilsen Region, Pilsen
The Bartered Bride
8.9.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
Czech Philharmonic and Josef Šopaček - festival opening concert
8.9.2014, Czech Republic, Moravian-Silesian Region, Ostrava
I Saw A Comet
9.9.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
Wonderful Dvořák
9.9.2014, Czech Republic, Prague
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The year 2014 is a remarkable year for Czech music, with over sixty prominent Czech composers, performers, and musical organizations celebrating anniversaries – from Antonín DvořákBedřich SmetanaLeoš JanáčekBohuslav Martinů, and Josef Suk to Rafael Kubelík and Milada Šubrtová to the Prague Symphony Orchestra and the Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava. As the attentive public may be aware, years ending in the numeral 4 are recognized as “years of music.” The tradition is very long and started in the year 1924 with celebration of Smetana´s anniversary.

The Ministry of Culture CR in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education and Ministry for Regional Development of the CR, initiated the 2014 Year of Czech Music program with the primary objectives of supporting projects promoting Czech music both at home and abroad.

Artistic partons of the programme are mezzo soprano Magdalena Kožená and chief conductor of Berliner Philharmoniker Sir Simon Rattle.

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