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A society for all aspects of Czech and Slovak classical music

FThe Dvořák Society for Czech and Slovak Music is devoted to the musical arts of all Czech and Slovak composers and performers, past and present. The Dvořák Society aims to encourage performances and promote interest in this respect. It publish articles and information about all aspects of Czech and Slovak classical musical life and holds lectures: and it gives direct financial and other support to worthy causes. > more

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Bohuslav Martinů, composerJiří BělohlávekLeoš Janáček, composer
Vítězslava Kaprálová, composer, conductorLudmila Peterková, clarinettistPetr Eben, composer, organist, pianist
Erwin Schulhoff, composer, pianistGabriela Beňačková-ČápováBedřich Smetana, composer

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^ Posted 3 October 2014
Pavel Haas (1899-1944)Small Nations Big Sounds Festival, Cardiff
Mini-festival in Cardiff presented by Sinfonia Cymru in partnership with Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, and in collaboration with BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Features Czech, Estonian, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish and Welsh composers. Czech element is on Monday 6 October when Sinfonia Cymru and Camerata Nordica combine to perform Martinů’s Double Concerto for Two String Orchestras, Piano & Timpani, H.271 and String Quartet No.2 “From the Monkey Mountains (Z Opičích hor)” by Pavel Haas. Concert is in Dora Stoutzker Hall and starts at 7.30pm — other composers are Mark David Boden, Galina Grigorjeva and Huw Watkins  > more

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