Prague celebrates 40th Anniversary of the Dvořák Society for Czech and Slovak Music of Great Britain by holding special concert
On Tuesday, 2 December 2014 at 5.00 p.m. in the Hall of the Prague Conservatory, Na Rejdišti 1, Prague 1, a whole concert is being dedicated to the British Dvořák Society by Czech musical organisations. This unique event has been arranged by Společnost Antonína Dvořáka (the Czech Dvořák Society) and Prague Conservatory in co-operation with the International Martinů Circle. We are greatly honoured to be paid this tribute.
Admission is by invitation only. The concert is part of the Bohuslav Martinů Days series organised by the Bohuslav Martinů Institute in Prague.
Prague Conservatory Hall
Quattro String Orchestra, Marek Štilec (conductor), Orbis Trio, Vilém Veverka (oboe), Jitka Vlašánková (cello), and Martin Kasík (piano): and winner of the student competition of the Prague Conservatory
- Karel Janovický: Preludium and double fugue for string orchestra (2003) (written for the 70th birthday of Graham Melville-Mason)
- Antonín Dvořák: Piano Trio in G minor, Op.26 B.56
- Bohuslav Martinů: Piano Trio No.2 in D minor, H.327
- Pavel Trojan: Two romantic pieces for violin and piano
- Karel Janovický: Music for cello and piano (2013) (written for the 80th birthday of Graham Melville-Mason)
- Jan Hanuš: Sonáta quasi una fantasia for oboe and piano, Op.61
- Antonín Dvořák: Serenade in E major for Strings, Op.22 B.52 (excerpt)