Prague Spring Festival 2014

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AO30120150525

Penny Gore presents a series of orchestral and chamber music concerts from the 2014 Prague Spring Festival, an important annual event in the Czech musical calendar, which was founded in 1946. The programmes include contributions from the pianist Roman Rabinovich, Les Arts Florissants and the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, with a new violin concerto by the Czech composer Adam Skoumal.

2pm:

Janacek: Interlude from 'The Cunning Little Vixen'

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Petr Altricher

2.20pm:

Adam Skoumal: Violin Concerto

Roman Patocka (violin)

2.45pm:

Bach: English Suite no.4

Roman Rabinovich (piano)

3.10pm:

Monteverdi Madrigals Bk 7 - Pt 1

Les Arts Florissants

director Paul Agnew.

AO30220150526

AO30220150526

Penny Gore presents a series of orchestral and chamber music concerts from the 2014 Prague Spring Festival, an important annual event in the Czech musical calendar, which was founded in 1946. Today's programme includes the traditional opening night performance of Smetana's Ma Vlast, with the Czech Philharmonic orchestra under their artistic director Jiri Belohlavek, the pianist Roman Rabinovich and the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra.

2pm:

Smetana: Ma Vlast

Czech Philharmonic

conductor Jiri Belohlavek

3.15pm:

Schumann: Kreisleriana

Roman Rabinovich (piano)

3.50pm:

Strauss: 8 Lieder

Violeta Urmana (soprano)

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra

conductor Jonathan Nott.

AO30220150526

Penny Gore presents a series of orchestral and chamber music concerts from the 2014 Prague Spring Festival, an important annual event in the Czech musical calendar, which was founded in 1946. Today's programme includes the traditional opening night performance of Smetana's Ma Vlast, with the Czech Philharmonic orchestra under their artistic director Jiri Belohlavek, the pianist Roman Rabinovich and the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra.

2pm:

Smetana: Ma Vlast

Czech Philharmonic

conductor Jiri Belohlavek

3.15pm:

Schumann: Kreisleriana

Roman Rabinovich (piano)

3.50pm:

Strauss: 8 Lieder

Violeta Urmana (soprano)

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra

conductor Jonathan Nott.

AO30320150527

Penny Gore presents a series of orchestral and chamber music concerts from the 2014 Prague Spring Festival, an important annual event in the Czech musical calendar, which was founded in 1946. The pianist Roman Rabinovich plays Czech dances by Smetana, and the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra performs Mahler.

2pm:

Smetana: Four Dances

Roman Rabinovich (piano)

2.15pm:

Mahler: Symphony no.1

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra

conductor Jonathan Nott.

AO30420150529

AO30420150529

Penny Gore presents a series of orchestral and chamber music concerts from the 2014 Prague Spring Festival, an important annual event in the Czech musical calendar, which was founded in 1946. The programmes include Brahms' colossal violin concerto, performed by Hilary Hahn with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, and Czech choral works from Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra and soloists.

2pm:

Janacek: Lord's Prayer

Jaroslav Brezina (tenor)

Ales Barta (organ)

Lydie Hartelova (harp)

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Petr Altrichter

2.15pm:

Brahms: Violin Concerto

Hilary Hahn (violin)

Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Paavo Jarvi

3pm:

Dvorak: Symphony no.8

Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Paavo Jarvi

3.40pm:

Janacek: The Eternal Gospel

Alzbeta Polackova (soprano)

Pavel Cernoch (tenor)

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Tomas Netopil

4pm:

Dvorak: Te Deum

Maria Kobielska (soprano)

Svatopluk Sem (baritone)

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Petr Altrichter.

AO30420150529

Penny Gore presents a series of orchestral and chamber music concerts from the 2014 Prague Spring Festival, an important annual event in the Czech musical calendar, which was founded in 1946. The programmes include Brahms' colossal violin concerto, performed by Hilary Hahn with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, and Czech choral works from Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra and soloists.

2pm:

Janacek: Lord's Prayer

Jaroslav Brezina (tenor)

Ales Barta (organ)

Lydie Hartelova (harp)

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Petr Altrichter

2.15pm:

Brahms: Violin Concerto

Hilary Hahn (violin)

Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Paavo Jarvi

3pm:

Dvorak: Symphony no.8

Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Paavo Jarvi

3.40pm:

Janacek: The Eternal Gospel

Alzbeta Polackova (soprano)

Pavel Cernoch (tenor)

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Tomas Netopil

4pm:

Dvorak: Te Deum

Maria Kobielska (soprano)

Svatopluk Sem (baritone)

Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Petr Altrichter.