Video19. prosince  2016  

Czech traces in the New World

Tomáš Netopil - Foto:  Julien Benhamou

Tomáš NetopilFoto:  Julien Benhamou

The autumn part of the PRSO’s concert season culminated with a guest appearance by the world-renowned Czech conductor Tomáš Netopil.

He helmed performances of the vocal-instrumental cycle Bouquet of Flowers by Bohuslav Martinů, Philharmonic Dances by Martinů’s pupil Jan Novák and the Piano Concerto by Miroslav Srnka, who is today the best-known Czech composer on the international scene. 

In terms of importance, the premiere of Srnka’s opera South Pole at the Bavarian State Opera in January this year has been compared to the premiere of Martinů’s The Greek Passion. The solo part of the immensely demanding concerto will be performed by Nicolas Hodges, one of the greatest pianists specialised in contemporary music. 

Jan Novák: Philharmonic Dances 

Miroslav Srnka: Piano Concerto 

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Opening concert

The Radio Symphony and its principal conductor, Ondrej Lenárd, teamed up with Jan Mráček, one of the...

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