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A society for all aspects of Czech and Slovak classical music

T he 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 + 

Dvořák Portrait

Dvořák

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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/ On-line resource: Antonín Dvořák and His Legacy

Lion The Dvořák Society has funded the translation from Czech into English of a website devoted to Antonín Dvořák compiled by Ondřej Šupka, giving an invaluable information source for English-speaking members and the general public

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^ Posted 14 February 2018
Duo Brikcius, a Czech chamber music ensemble created by two promising young cellists (brother and sister), Anna Brikciusová and František Brikcius, is perfoming a series of concerts in the UK in March 2018. They will be performing in Aylesbury, Brighton and London.
Their programme includes a premiere of Leos Janacek’s Presto (1910) arranged for Two Cellos by Frantisek, as well as works by Klein, Kosikova and Offenbach
For further details please click here

^ Posted 13 February 2018
Dvořák's Rusalka from Harrow Opera
Harrow Opera are giving four performances of Dvořák's Rusalka on Thursday 16th, Friday 17th, Saturday 18th March at 7.30pm (+ Saturday matinee at 2.30pm) at the Compass Theatre, Glebe Avenue, Ickenham UB10 8BD (directly opposite Ickenham Station). The opera will be sung in English, fully staged, with piano accompaniment.
For more information about this production, see http://www.harrowopera.com/
And to book go to https://www.ents24.com/uxbridge-events/compass-theatre

^ Posted 12 February 2018
Volume 26 of the Journal of Czech and Slovak Music is out now.
It is the first edition to be published under the new Editor, Patrick Devine.
Contents include articles on Oscar Nedbal, Czech music through the eyes (and ears) of an Englishman, Tomášek’s Goethe Lieder, Uncovering early Martinů, supplements to the Vilém Tauský and Rudolf Firkušný  discographies, and much, much more.
The Journal is provided free of charge to all members of the Dvořák Society, so if you are not already a member why not join us today!  Click here for all details of membership.

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