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8 Mar 2007 00:00 - 24 Mar 2007 00:00

Academia Wind Quintet Prague

A concert of this Czech chamber ensamble which has been awared several significant prizes for their interpretation especially of the works of Antonín Rejcha and contemporary Czech music.


Jiří MARŠÁLEK - flute

Zdeněk RYS - oboe

Petr DONĚK - clarinet

František POK - French horn

Josef JANDA - bassoon


8.3.2007, 7.30pm

St Mary de Lode Church, Archdeacon Street, Gloucester

Mozart, Reicha: Wind Quintet, Haas: Wind quintet Op. 10, Danzi, Tchaikovski, Ibert


13.3.2007, 8pm

Chipping Campden School, Cidermill Lane, Chipping Campden

music by Mozart, Reicha, Pavel Haas, Danzi, Tchaikovsky and Ibert

telephone: 01608 664774, web site: www.chippingcampden.co.uk



24.3.2007, 8pm

Holmes Chapel Leisure Centre, Cheshire


Mozart: Divertimento No 14 in B flat, K270

Pavel Haas: Wind Quintet, Op.10

Reicha: Wind Quintet No.2 in E Flat, Op.88


Trois Pièces Brèves

Hindemith: Kleine Kammermusik for Wind Quintet, Op.24/2

Krommer (Kramář): Harmonie, Op.79


tickets from Chethams Electrical and Photography (tel: 01477 533214) or Holmes Chapel Music Society (tel: 01477 537769)







The Czech chamber ensemble "Academia Wind Quintet Prague" was founded at the Prague Conservatory in 1971. In just a few years it made a name for itself among both the musical public and experts alike. In 1974 the ensemble were prizewinners in the Performing Arts Contest of Chamber Ensembles organized by the Czech Ministry of Culture, and at the same time it also won the Czech Music Foundation Prize.


The Academia Wind Quintet Prague has given at concerts in many Czech and Slovak towns and cities. They have achieved great success in numerous performances at international music festi- vals in Czech Republic and abroad, for example in Salzburg, Vienna, Berliner Festspiele, Lisbon, Kuhmo (Finland), Kerkrade (Holland), Turin, La Coruna (Spain), Ankara International Music Festival, Algiers, Pyongyang, Okinawa Moon Beach Festival, and International Music Festival Prague Spring, as well as recitals in the main music centres of the world: London, Tokyo, Moscow, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Madrid, Barcelona, Seoul and other cities.




30 Kensington Palace Gardens
W8 4QY London
United Kingdom


From: 8 Mar 2007 00:00
To: 24 Mar 2007 00:00


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