Opening Concert of the 6th seazon
July 1, 7:30 PM
Martinů Hall, Music faculty of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Malostranské nám 13 Prague 1
Leoš Janáček: Idyll
Wojciech Kilar: Orawa
|Pawel Łukaszewski: Sinfonietta for string orchestra|
|Dawid Pajdzik: Double concerto for clarinet viola and strings|
|Ilja Zeljenka: Musica Slovaka|
Jan Jakub Bokun /PL/ - conductor
Alexandra Demowska-Medejska /PL/ - viola
Adam Eljiasiński - clarinet
July 3, 7:30 PM
Italian Cultural Institute Vlašská 34, Praha 1 Malá Strana
W. A. Mozart / Clarimonia Ensemble
Clarimania Ensemble /DE/ Jochen Seggelke, Bernhard Kösling, Etele Dósa – basetové rohy
Harri Mäki /FI/ - clarinet
Irvin Venyš /CZ/ - clarinet
In cooperation with Ivana Wojtylová, Jakub Korčák
Text Berhard Kösling
July 4, 7:30 PM
Concert hall of Prague Spring festival, St. Lawrence Church, Hellichova 18, Prague 1
Brahms / Beethoven / Martinů / Mozart / Poulenc/
Festival clarinet quartet, Jana Černohouzová /CZ/, Harri Mäki /Finland/ Masatoshi Tanaka /Japan/ Master Classes Participants - clarinets, Dana Drápelová a Daniel Wiesner - piano
During the closing concert, selected participants of the master classes will play alongside top performers who are very successful at their concert art in the Czech Republic and abroad. Thus, every year, master class students are given the unique opportunity to collaborate with their more experienced colleagues, sharing their experience while preparing for a concert together in a relaxed way.
July 5, 7 PM
The Opening Concert of the festival
/Czech Republic, France, Island, Cuba, Hungary, Slovakia, Spain/
July 6, 7 PM
Concert hall of the music academy in Telč, náměstí Zachariáše z Hradce 71, 588 56 Telč
Jan Václav Stamitz: Trio Sonat G - major for flute, clarinet and cello
Martina Klupś Radny /Poland/ - flute, Petr Nouzovský /Czech Rep./ - violoncello, Jana Černohouzová - clarinet /Czech Rep./
Ludwig Van Beethoven: Trio for clarinet, and piano Op. 11 B flat- major
Harri Mäki /Finland/- klarinet, Petr Nouzovský /Czech Rep/ - cello, piano /To be announced/
Witold Lutoslawski: Dance Preludes
Peter Szücz /Hungary/ - calrinet, Anna Miernik /Poland/ - piano
Camille Saint Säens: Tarantella Op. 6 pro flétnu, klarinet a klavír
Martina Klupś Radny /Poland/ - flute, Peter Szücz /HUngary/ - clarinet, Anna Miernik /Poland/ - piano
Guillame Conesson: Technoparade for flute clarinet and piano
Martina Klupś Radny /Poland/ - flute, Peter Szücz /Hungary/ - clarinet, Anna Miernik /Poland/ - piano
Top young artists students of doctoral cycles of the prestigeous Visegrad prestižních univerzit "Visegrad Four", Academy of performing arts in Prague, Music Academy in Krakow a Liszt Academy in Budapest with professors and artists of the project. The concert is organizes in cooperation with "South Bohemian Chamber Music Festival"
July 7, 7 PM
The best participants of the master classes will perform alongside their professors and more experienced colleagues. This is a concert where mature interpreters’ skills meet the extraordinary skills of young musicians who have come closer to their dream of a professional career through their experience in the master classes. The concert’s dramaturgy is based on a repertoire studied in the classes. Highly popular with the audience, a clarinet ensemble comprised of all master class participants and their professors will perform at the concert.
The Academy of Performing Arts, Malostranské nám. 13, Prague 1
Open July 2 – 4, 10 AM - 12 AM
A historical exhibition of original and replica musical instruments manufactured by the Schwenk & Seggelke Company, Bamberg, Germany.
July 2th, 6pm
A guided walk inspired by the history, art, legends, important events and Prague Zodiac.
We will take a walk through nearby surroundings and visit unique places hidden even to most of Prague citizens.
The trip will be guided by Mr. Ondřej Habr, who is a geologist, geographer and astrologist.
The meeting point is in front of Café HAMU (at the Music Academy) at 6 pm. Comfortable shoes recommended.
After the return, a warming up party with catering will be organized at Café HAMU.
/Only for Master Classes Participants/