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7 May 2020 - 4 Jun 2020

Prague Spring Online

As spring has unquestionably arrived with a new palette of colours, scents and fresh energy despite the ongoing challenging context of the Covid pandemic which, despite continuing to alter our lives and activities, has also given us new opportunities and perspectives.

 

May 18 - June 4

One of the opportunities that we are very pleased to bring to you is one of the world’s oldest and most famous classical music festivals: the Prague Spring. As this year’s festival is going online with a superb musical programme, the Czech Centre will offer you over the next three weeks an array of live-streamed concerts including the world premiere of a work by Jan Ryant Dřízal performed by Brno Contemporary Orchestra and the Prague Symphony Orchestra playing Josef Suk.

We are thrilled about this rare musical opportunity delivered to your home and sincerely hope you will be able to join the worldwide audience.

Fore more information and full programme of the Prague Spring festival please go to: https://festival.cz/en/

The Czech Centers together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic have become partners of the festival abroad for this year. During the Prague Spring Festival, the entire network of Czech centers will present and share the festival program, including individual performances and concerts, to foreign spectators through its website and social networks in the given territory.

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CONCERTS STREAMED LIVE VIA CZECH CENTER FACEBOOK PAGE:



COLLEGIUM 1704 – LIVE FROM THE PRAGUE CROSSROADS
Monday 18 May 2020, 2 pm EDT

17 instrumentalists and 12 singers from the top Czech early music ensembles Collegium 1704 and Collegium Vocale 1704 perform music by Johann Sebastian Bach and Jan Dismas Zelenka in this one-off Baroque musical adventure.


BRNO CONTEMPORARY ORCHESTRA – LIVE FROM THE JANÁČEK THEATRE IN BRNO
Wednesday 20 May 2020, 2 pm EDT

The Brno Contemporary Orchestra's debut at the festival and the first ever Prague Spring concert from the city of Brno presents contemporary classical music including the world premiere of a work by Jan Ryant Dřízal.










YOUNG TALENTS AT PRAGUE SPRING FESTIVAL – LIVE FROM HAMU
Friday 22 May 2020, 2 pm EDT

Four striking talents - clarinetist Anna Paulová, percussionist Ladislav Bilan Jr., violinist Eduard Kollert and pianist Jan Čmejla join forces in a concert celebrating the upcoming generation of Czech musicians.


DIE WINTERREISE - ADAM PLACHETKA LIVE FROM RUDOLFINUM
Tuesday 25 May 2020, 2 pm EDT

A renowned champion of Mozart and the Bel Canto repertoire, Bass-Baritone Adam Plachetka will be performing Franz Schubert’s Winterreise, which he recorded last year with British pianist Gary Matthewman. Here he will be joined by David Švec.









PRAGUE RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA & ROBERT KRUŽÍK LIVE FROM STUDIO 1
Wednesday 27 May 2020, 2 pm EDT

Conductor Robert Kružík has built up a wonderful reputation working with top Czech ensembles. The festival this year will host his Prague concert debut streamed from Czech Radio’s Studio 1 where the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra regularly rehearses and records.

CZECH PHILHARMONIC & JAKUB HRŮŠA LIVE FROM RUDOLFINUM
Thursday 04 June 2020, 2 pm EDT

The Closing Concert was originally to have comprised
Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, marking the special
anniversaries of both the composer and the festival,
with whose history the work is closely associated.
Thanks to conductor Jakub Hrůša we will still have
Beethoven’s music even during the pandemic.







 

 

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From: 7 May 2020
To: 4 Jun 2020

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