News1. března  2013 v 16:28  

Special concert to feature international radio competition laureates

Julie Svěcená - Foto: Jadran Šetlík

Julie SvěcenáFoto: Jadran Šetlík

At the Dvořák Hall at the Rudolfinum at 19:30 on Wednesday 17 April, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (PRSO) will hold a concert featuring outstanding young musicians who have been named laureates at international radio competitions. The Czech Republic will be represented by violinist Julie Svěcená, who will perform in Alexander Glazunov’s Concerto in A minor.

The evening will take place under the auspices of the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth (EMCY).
PRSO season-ticket holders are entitled to enter on their season tickets.  

Czech Radio – Vltava will broadcast a recording of the concert on Tuesday 30 April. 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Don Giovanni, Overture
Edward Elgar
Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in E minor, op. 85
Alexander Glazunov
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in A minor, op. 82 (one-movement)
Ferenc Liszt
Les préludes, a symphonic poem based on Alphonse de Lamartine  

Günter Neuhold
Benjamin Gregor-Smith, cello
Julie Svěcená, violin 

Autor:  Jitka Novotná

Nové články v rubrice

  • 1. října  2016       rubrika: News

    Solo for violin, trombone and French horn

    As part of celebrations of its “ninetieth”, the PRSO has prepared a number of gifts for all those who feel like celebrating with it. And for itself!

  • 13. září  2016       rubrika: News

    The PRSO signs up an exclusive guest: Lukáš Vondráček!

    On 4 November domestic audiences will be able to enjoy the first performance by the Czech pianist Lukáš Vondráček with an orchestra on home soil since his stunning success in the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brus...

  • 12. září  2016       rubrika: News

    Launching the season with Beethoven

    It’s going to be a splendid show – on 26 September the Prague Radio Symphony orchestra will commemorate its 90th birthday with its supporters, season-ticket holders and other distinguished guests at the Dvořák Hall.


Mobilní verze | Podmínky užití | English
© 1997-2016 Český rozhlas

Tento web používá k analýze návštěvnosti soubory cookie. Používáním tohoto webu s tím souhlasíte. Další informace