Programme 2017

Monday 22.5. 2017
Ostrava City Cultural Centre
concert hall
19:00

Opening concert
Tribute to 750 years of the foundation of Ostrava

There has always been a big, hot heart beating underneath Ostrava’s rough surface. The town has never been just about mining and steelmaking: great works of art have originated here. Likewise, the town’s walls have encouraged development of a number of talents. The unfairly neglected music composer Rudolf Kubín aptly described the pulse of heart of Ostrava and the rhythm of the industrial town in his symphonic poem “Ostrava.” One of the leading Czech cellists of his generation, Petr Nouzovský will certainly make Bohuslav Martinů’s concert a great experience  

  • Leoš Janáček: Sinfonietta
  • Rudolf Kubín: Ostrava, symfonická báseň
  • Bohuslav Martinů: Koncert pro violoncello č. 1

 

The concert takes place under the auspices of Tomáš Macura, Mayor of the statutory city of Ostrava

Petr Nouzovský - violoncello
Leoš Svárovský - conductor
Jiří Vejvoda - spoken word
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra
 
Wednesday 24.5. 2017
Janacek Conservatory Ostrava
19:00

Chamber concert 

The artistic career beginnings of both Martin Kasík, one of the most sought-after Czech pianists today, and the Wihan String Quartet are connected with Ostrava and the Janáček Conservatory. Although Janáček and Schnittke never met, their musical thinking and search for the most truthful, modern, but also understandable musical conveyance brings their work together. Their performance of Elgar's Piano Quintet is a logical continuation of the presentation of the fascinating output of this English composer at the Janáček May International Festival. 

  • Alfred Schnittke: Klavírní kvartet (jednovětý)
  • Leoš Janáček: Smyčcový kvartet č. 2 „Listy důvěrné“
  • Edward Elgar: Klavírní kvintet a moll op. 84
Wihan Quartet
Kasik Martin - piano
 
Thursday 25.5. 2017
Hradec nad Moravici, Red Manor
18:00

Evening of song concert
Tribute to Beethoven

Where else to remember the 190th anniversary of the death of one of the greatest composers of all time, Ludwig van Beethoven, than at the Hradec nad Moravicí castle where Beethoven himself spent time at the invitation of Count Lichnovský. Outstanding Austrian artists will be performing Beethoven’s compositions along with the work of his contemporaries. It will be a pleasant little journey into music history. Transport from Ostrava will be offered at a nominal price and a tour of the castle will also be available. A small memorial will be held at the Beethoven monument in the castle park as part of the festival evening.

  • Václav Jan Tomášek: písně op. 21 (selection)
    Tři eklogy pro klavír op. 35 
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: písně K 476, 523 a 524
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: výběr písní
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Šest bagatel op. 126
  • Franz Schubert: písně D 225, 257, 764 a 768  

 

The concert takes place under the auspices of the Ambassador of Austria in the Czech Republic.

Ildikó Raimondi - soprán
Gottlieb Wallisch - piano
 
Thursday 25.5. 2017
Ostrava City Cultural Centre
concert hall
19:00

Symphonic concert
musical images from France and Italy

Many Romantic-era composers travelled and communicated their experiences in their scores rather than in diaries. As a result, we now have, for instance, Mendelsson’s 'Scottish' and 'Italian' symphonies, and they will both be heard at the festival this year. Scores also frequently convey childhood memories as is the case of Bizet’s 'Jeux d’enfants'. After five years, PKF– the Prague Philharmonia will be performing again at the Janáček May International Festival for the first time in its non-chamber configuration.

  • George Bizet: Jeux d’enfants / Dětské hry  
  • Camille Saint-Saëns: Koncert pro klavír a orchestr č. 2 g moll op. 22
  • Mendelssohn – Bartholdy: Symfonie č. 4 A dur op. 90 „Italská“  

The concert takes place under the auspices of the Ambassador of France in the Czech Republic.

Andrew von Oeyen - piano
Emmanuel Villaume - conductor
PKF - Prague Philharmonia
 
Friday 26.5. 2017
Ostrava City Cultural Centre
concert hall
19:00

Violin recital
Tribute to the classics

It is hardly necessary to introduce violinist Ivan Ženatý and pianist Stanislav Bogunia. A number of concerts all over the world as well as numerous recordings are testimony to their highly successful careers. Their outstanding recital program consists of true gems of the German and Czech chamber music repertoire. 

  • Johannes Brahms: Sonáta pro housle a klavír č. 2 A dur op. 100
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonáta pro housle a klavír č. 5 F dur op. 24 „Jarní“
  • Antonín Dvořák: Balada pro housle a klavír  d moll op. 15/1 B 139
  • Leoš Janáček: Sonáta pro housle a klavír
  • Bedřich Smetana: Z domoviny, dvě dua pro housle a klavír 

Partners

  • Letiště Leoše Janáčka Ostrava
  • Nadace Leoše Janáčka   
Zenaty Ivan - violin
Bogunia Stanislav - piano
 
Saturday 27.5. 2017
Hlučín, church
19:00

Violin recital
Tribute to Johann Sebastian Bach

Violin compositions of the „father of harmony,“ one of the greatest musical figures of all time, Johann Sebastian Bach, play an important role in Pavel Šporcl’s repertoire, which is not only wide but above all, diverse. Šporcl’s interpretation will be undoubtedly exceptional.

  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Partity pro sólové housle (selection)
Sporcl Pavel - violin
 
Sunday 28.5. 2017
Vitkovice Manor
10:00

Sunday morning concert
Stories in the Key of Life

One of the most eloquent Czech presenters is associated not only with the annual Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert, which he presents to Czech TV audiences, but also with the Janáček May International Festival. 

Jiří Vejvoda will share his experiences accompanied by one of our region's most talented young pianists. A brunch in the castle garden will be offered to complete what will undoubtedly be a very pleasant Sunday morning.

Nikol Bóková - piano
Jiří Vejvoda - spoken word
 
Sunday 28.5. 2017
Starý Bohumín
Hotel Pod zeleným dubem
18:00

Violin recital
Tribute to Paganini

Pavel Šporcl is a violinist of many faces; this time in the name of violin excellence, which he has been known for since the beginning of his career. The beautifully renovated Art Nouveau hall in Stary Bohumín will create the ideal space for the blue violin's resonance and your appreciation of its sound.

  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Partita č. 2 d moll BWV 1004
  • Eugen Ysaye: Sonáta č. 4 pro sólové housle 
  • Niccolo Paganini: Capriccia pro sólové housle – výběr
  • Pavel Šporcl: Kde domov můj, variace na píseň Fr. Škroupa      

The concert takes place under the auspices of Petr Vícha, Mayor of Bohumín

Sporcl Pavel - violin
 
Monday 29.5. 2017
Ostrava City Cultural Centre
concert hall
19:00

Piano recital

Winning the QueenElisabeth Piano Competition in Brussels, Belgium, Opava native Lukáš Vondráček reaffirmed that he did not squander his exceptional talent. We are pleased that after winning the competition, he also reconfirmed his Ostrava recital.

  • Vítězslav Novák: Vzpomínky op. 6
  • Leoš Janáček: Zdenčiny variace
  • Bedřich Smetana: Tři české tance
  • Fryderyk Chopin: Scherzo č. 4 op. 54
  • Johannes Brahms: Sonáta č. 1 op.1

The concert takes place under the auspices of Zbyněk Pražák, Deputy Mayor of Ostrava

Lukáš Vondráček - piano
 
Tuesday 30.5. 2017
Ostrava City Cultural Centre
concert hall
19:00

Vocal gala concert
Beauty of bel canto

Italy, the cradle of opera, and its famous and popular composers who subordinated everything to the beauty of the human voice and intoxicating melodies, and most of all, the owner of the most ravishing tenor voice, Lawrence Brownlee, who is considered to be one of the world's greatest representatives of bel canto. His concerts and opera performances are hopelessly sold out all over the world, but he found time for Ostrava and the Janáček May International Festival.  Conductor Jiří Rožeň will also make his first appearance in Ostrava, arriving from Scotland where he is launching his career with the BBC Orchestra.

  • Gioacchino Rossini:
    - Lazebník sevillský - árie  Se il mio nome, árie Cessa di pui resistere, předehra k opeře
    - Popelka - árie  Si, ritrovaria io giuro
    - Vilém Tell - předehra k opeře
    - Italka v Alžíru - árie Languir per una bella
  • Vincenzo Bellini:
    - Piráti - árie Nel furor delle tempeste
  • Gaetano Donizetti:
    - Don Pasquale - předehra k opeře, árie Povero Ernesto
    - Nápoj lásky - árie Una furtiva lagrima
    - Dcera pluku - árie Ah, mes amis

Partners

  • Ostravské vodárny a kanalizace, a.s.
  • Suez Servisies
  • Deloitte
Lawrence Brownlee - tenor
Jiří Rožeň - conductor
Jiří Vejvoda - spoken word
Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra Ostrava
 
Wednesday 31.5. 2017
Ostrava City Cultural Centre
concert hall
19:00

Vocal – instrumental concert
classics of the 20th century

Three 20th century music personalities will converge at this concert. Janáček's lyrical, gentle songs contrast with the broadly arched vocal compositions of Bohuslav Martinů. His work will be performed by Jaromír Meduna, a voice known from his dubbing of Hercule Poirot.  The rousing composition Les Noces by Igor Stravinsky will be performed for the first time in Ostrava, accompanied by no fewer than four concert grands and a substantial choir.

  • Leoš Janáček: Hradčanské písničky pro flétnu, harfu a ženský sbor
  • Bohuslav Martinů: Hora tří světel pro tenor, baryton, recitátora, varhany a mužský sbor
  • Igor Stravinskij: Svatba pro smíšený sbor, čtyři klavíry a bicí 

Partners

  • Nadace Leoše Janáčka
  • Nadace Bohuslava Martinů 


Markéta Cukrová - mezzosoprán
Lucie Silkenová – soprán
Martin Slavík – tenor
Jiří Brückler - baryton
Václav Mácha, Stanislav Bogunia, Lenka Navrátilová - klavír
Daniela Valtová-Kosinová – klavír a varhany
Daniel Mikolášek – bicí
Jaromír Meduna - recitace
Daniel Havel - flétna
Ivana Pokorná - harfa   

Prague Philharmonic Choir
Vasilek Lukas - choirmaster
Markéta Cukrová - mezzosoprane
 
Thursday 1.6. 2017
Kulturní centrum COOLTOUR
10:00

Baroque opera
(elementary schools and families with children)

Baroque operas aren't often performed at our music festival. Handel's work will be performed here by a distinguished, international cast of singers and in a format that merges authentic musical interpretation with contemporary staging deserving all the more attention. The opera features both live actors and wooden puppets.

  • Georg Friedrich Händel: Acis a Galatea HWV 49a
Patricia Janečková - soprane
Benedikt Kristjánsson - tenor
Patrick Grahl - tenor
Tomáš Lajtkep - tenor
Tomáš Král - barytone
Jana Semerádová - artistic director
Vít Bruckner - directing
Collegium Marianum
 
Thursday 1.6. 2017
Kulturní centrum COOLTOUR
19:00

Baroque opera 

Baroque operas aren't often performed at our music festival. Handel's work will be performed here by a distinguished, international cast of singers and in a format that merges authentic musical interpretation with contemporary staging deserving all the more attention. The opera features both live actors and wooden puppets.

  • Georg Friedrich Händel: Acis a Galatea HWV 49a
Collegium Marianum
Patricia Janečková - soprane
Benedikt Kristjánsson - tenor
Patrick Grahl - tenor
Tomáš Lajtkep - tenor
Tomáš Král - barytone
Jana Semerádová - artistic director
Vít Bruckner - directing
 
Friday 2.6. 2017
Opava, St. Wenceslas´ Church
19:00

Vocal and instrumental evening
Stories from the hill country 

The work of Leoš Janáček's younger contemporary who died 70 years ago, Karol Szymanowski, well-regarded in his own country, is not often performed in the Czech Republic with the exception of his Stabat Mater. His ballet  Harnasie will captivate with its rhythm, popular intonation and overall atmosphere. At the festival this year We have the opportunity to listen to the three best symphonies by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. Polish guests were gifted the 'Scottish' through which we will be transferred to mythical castles, legends, and unique natural landscapes. 

  • Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy:
    - Symfonie č. 3 a moll op. 56 „Skotská“
  • Karol Szymanowski:
    - Harnasie op.55
    - suita z baletu pro tenor, smíšený sbor a orchestr 

The concert takes place under the auspices of

  • Radim Křupala, primátor statutárního města Opavy
  • Janusz Bilski, generální konzul Polské republiky v Ostravě

Partners

  • statutární město Opava
  • Generální konzulát Polské republiky v Ostravě
  • Polský institut v Praze
Martin Javorský - tenor
Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno
Fiala Petr - choirmaster
Filharmonie Tadeusza Szeligowskiego Poznaň
Łukasz Borowicz - conductor
 
Saturday 3.6. 2017
Píšť, chrám sv. Vavřince
16:00

Day of Silesian Organ II 
The concert takes place under the auspices of Msgr. Fr. V. Lobkowicz, Bishop of the Diocese of Ostrava-Opava

The successful Day of Silesian Organ at the festival two years ago continues this year with concerts offered in different churches. It's clear that Silesia has much that is interesting and noteworthy to offer in this area. Along with the well-known organ  in Ludgeřovice where the concerts have taken place before, another concert will be held in Pist, showcasing a brand new organ, and a concert at the church of the Holy Spirit in Opava will be performed on a historical instrument. We have great pleasure in welcoming back Jaroslav Tůma, the co-author of the project. The concerts will introduce the young and highly successful Lukáš Hurtík, and the exceptional Kateřina Chroboková, performing under her artistic name Katta, with her own provocative compositions.

  • Johann Christian Kittel: Fantazie D dur
  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Preludium a fuga h moll, BWV 544
  • Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Sonáta F dur, Wq 70/4
  • Samuel Scheidt : Cantilena Anglica Fortunae, SSWV 134
  • Johann Gottfried Walther: Koncert h moll dle Antonia Vivaldiho
  • Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Sonáta f moll, op. 65/1

Jaroslav Tůma – organ and guide through all concerts of the Day of Silesian Organ II

Záštitu na koncertem převzal Daniel Fichna, starosta obce Píšť

Hurtík Lukáš - organ
 
Saturday 3.6. 2017
Opava, Church of the Holy Spirit
18:00

Day of Silesian Organ II 
The concert takes place under the auspices of Msgr. Fr. V. Lobkowicz, Bishop of the Diocese of Ostrava-Opava

The successful Day of Silesian Organ at the festival two years ago continues this year with concerts offered in different churches. It's clear that Silesia has much that is interesting and noteworthy to offer in this area. Along with the well-known organ  in Ludgeřovice where the concerts have taken place before, another concert will be held in Pist, showcasing a brand new organ, and a concert at the church of the Holy Spirit in Opava will be performed on a historical instrument. We have great pleasure in welcoming back Jaroslav Tůma, the co-author of the project. The concerts will introduce the young and highly successful Lukáš Hurtík, and the exceptional Kateřina Chroboková, performing under her artistic name Katta, with her own provocative compositions.

  • J. S. Bach: Toccata a fuga d moll  BWV 565
  • A. Pärt: Trivium
  • KATTA: Bogorodice djevo
  • O. Messiaen: Priere apres la Communion
  • J. S. Bach: Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland BWV 659, Preludium G dur  BWV 541
  • KATTA: Slavkof
  • A. Pärt: Pari Intervallo
  • KATTA: Veni Sancte Spiritus
  • J. S. Bach: Toccata d moll „dórická“ BWV 538

Jaroslav Tůma – organ and guide through all concerts of the Day of Silesian Organ II

Záštitu nad koncertem převzal Radim Křupala, primátor statutárního města Opavy

Katta - organ
 
Saturday 3.6. 2017
Ludgerovice, St. Nicholas Church
20:00

Day of Silesian Organ II 
The concert takes place under the auspices of Msgr. Fr. V. Lobkowicz, Bishop of the Diocese of Ostrava-Opava

The successful Day of Silesian Organ at the festival two years ago continues this year with concerts offered in different churches. It's clear that Silesia has much that is interesting and noteworthy to offer in this area. Along with the well-known organ  in Ludgeřovice where the concerts have taken place before, another concert will be held in Pist, showcasing a brand new organ, and a concert at the church of the Holy Spirit in Opava will be performed on a historical instrument. We have great pleasure in welcoming back Jaroslav Tůma, the co-author of the project. The concerts will introduce the young and highly successful Lukáš Hurtík, and the exceptional Kateřina Chroboková, performing under her artistic name Katta, with her own provocative compositions.

  • Josef Klička: Legenda D dur op. 49
  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Preludium a fuga h moll, BWV 544
  • B. A. Wiedermann: Toccata a fuga f moll
  • K. B. Jirák: Preludium a fuga č. 1
  • Klement Slavický: Ecce homo
  • Petr Eben: Nedělní hudba - Finále

Jaroslav Tůma – organ and guide through all concerts of the Day of Silesian Organ II

Záštitu nad koncertem převzal Daniel Havlík, starosta obce Ludgeřovice

Koncert se koná ve spolupráci s obcí Ludgeřovice

Tuma Jaroslav - organ
 
Sunday 4.6. 2017
Landek Park
Mining Museum
17:00

Jazz mid-evening

This will be the first performance of jazz legend George Mráz at the Janáček May International Festival. We are pleased to welcome this unique jazz bass player among the many exceptional musicians who have performed at the compressor room of the Landek Mining Museum since 2000. Mráz’s unique style of world jazz fit right in.

George Mráz / Camilla Mráz Trio
 
Monday 5.6. 2017
Kravare, St. Bartholomew´s Church
19:00

Chamber concert

Three contemporaries whose work shares the same origin, move in their own unique directions and coincidentally meet at one of the crossroads of Czech-German history in Kravaře. Solo bassoonist Mor Biron, one of the greatest masters of the instrument, will perform accompanied by one of the finest Czech orchestras.

  • Jan Václav Stamic: Sinfonia in D č. 2 op.5
  • Carl Ph. Emanuel Bach: Koncert pro fagot a orchestr A dur
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symfonie č. 8 F dur op. 93 

This concert takes place under the auspices of Monika Brzesková, Mayor of Kravaře

The concert takes place with the generous co-operation of the town and parish of Kravaře   

Biron Mor - bassoon
Roman Patočka - artistic director
Prague Chamber Orchestra
 
Tuesday 6.6. 2017
Janacek Conservatory Ostrava
19:00

Chamber concert

An ensemble of three instruments which comprise a piano trio has attracted composers since the time of Joseph Haydn. Pavel Trojan, whose piano trio is considered to be among his best compositions, represents contemporary composers. Rachmaninov’s popularity spans the music world and his trio’s melodiousness and Russian romanticism does not fail in comparison with his concertos. The introverted Brahms felt at home with chamber music. As an interesting side note: Miroslav Petráš is a graduate of the Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava where he studied under Dr. Ivana Měrka.

  • Sergej Rachmaninov: Elegické trio č.1 g moll
  • Pavel Trojan: Klavírní trio č. 2
  • Johannes Brahms: Trio C dur op. 87
České trio
Dana Vlachová - violin
Langer Milan - piano
Miroslav Petráš - violoncello
 
Wednesday 7.6. 2017
Ostrava City Cultural Centre
concert hall
19:00

Symphonic concert
Filharmonici Martinů hrají Martinů 

From this year until 2020, the Janáček May International Festival sets out on the ambitious project of introducing all the symphonies by Bohuslav Martinů. Quite symbolically, this project will be launched by the highly acclaimed Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, Zlín. Václav Riedlbauch has been among the notable figures of the Czech musical life for years, though his organizational and managerial activities sometimes unfairly overshadow his achievements as a composer. One of the most-beloved violin concerts will be performed by the 2012 winner of the prestigious QueenElisabeth Competition in Brussels, Belgium. 

  • Václav Riedlbauch: Macbeth
  • Bohuslav Martinů: Symfonie č. 2
  • Petr Iljič Čajkovskij: Koncert pro housle a orchestr D dur op. 35

Partneři koncertu

  • Nadace Bohuslava Martinů
Andrey Baranov - violin
Spurny Vojtech - conductor
B.Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra Zlin
 
Thursday 8.6. 2017
Kunin, Manor
19:00

Guitar recital

The acoustic of the baroque hall of Kunín Chateau has already been tested by Renaissance lutes. The qualities of the young Polish guitarist who will be performing has been tested at numerous international guitar competitions. He has been lauded by audiences in prestigious concerts halls over the world, from the USA to Japan and he is dedicated to playing new compositions for solo guitar and orchestra. His festival repertoire, too, spans the world. Which guitar will the finest contemporary Polish guitar player's choice? 

  • Mauro Giuliani: Rossiniana č. 3
  • Alexandre Tansman: Preludium a Interludium
  • Marc Neikrug: Tři kusy pro kytaru
  • Václav Matějka: Sonáta op. 23
  • Joaquín Rodrigo: Elogio de la Guitarra 
Łukasz Kuropaczewski - guitar
 
Friday 9.6. 2017
Ostrava City Cultural Centre
concert hall
19:00

Final concert
Festival Adieu

The festival’s adieu will be conducted in a grand French style. The beginning of the concert will be crowned by a performance of the Reformation Symphony as part of our showcasing of Mendelssohn’s greatest symphonies, followed by very different but exceptional piano compositions performed by a French piano legend of our times. Conductor Philippe Bernold is well-known in Ostrava and his interpretation of Ravel’s Bolero will make for an excellent end to the festival.

  • Felix Mendelssohn – Bartholdy: Symfonie č. 5 d moll op. 107 „Reformační“
  • César Franck: Symfonické variace pro klavír a orchestr
  • Maurice Ravel: Koncert D dur pro klavír levou rukou, Bolero

The concert takes place under the auspices of Ivo Vondrák, Governor of the Moravian Silesian Region  

Partners

  • Moravskoslezský kraj
Jean-Philippe Collard - piano
Philippe Bernold - conductor
Jiří Vejvoda - spoken word
Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra Ostrava
 

Accompanying programme

Concerts

The concerts of music by winners of the competition for young composers from the Visegrad Group of countries and for winners of the competition Pro Bohemia have become an integral part of the festival programme. It is also fascinating getting to know the promising young pianists, instrumentalists, and singers and the sharing the creative journeys and ideas of the young composers.

Poznat slibnou úroveň nejmladších klavíristů, instrumentalistů a pěvců je stejně zajímavé a přínosné jako seznámení se s tvůrčími cestami a nápady mladých skladatelů.  

 

May 23 - Ostrava, Janáčkova konzervatoř, 5pm

GENERACE – international competition of young composers concert featuring awarded compositions from GENERACE 2016 

  • Péter Tornyai - Lines in trapezium pro cimbál
  • Martin Klusák - Plamen a tvář pro harfu
  • P. A. Scheller - Garden of the Time-Lapse pro harfu, flétnu a violu
  • Jonáš Starý - Salome pro klavír
  • Martin Marchewka - The thorny shrub for oboe
  • Krzystof Lowiec - Songs of time and fire pro smyčcové kvarteto 

Free entry

 

June 1 - Janáčkova konzervatoř a Gymnázium v Ostravě, 3pm

Concert of PRO BOHEMIA 2017 laureates

The concert of laureates of the Pro Bohemia competition for musical performance is organized in cooperation with the Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava. The competition will take place on April 8-10, 2017 at the Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava and will be open to the public

Free entry

  

Theatre performances at the Festival
in cooperation with National Moravian Silesian Theatre

 

May 24 Divadlo Jiřího Myrona, 6.30pm

Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber: Evita

director: Petr Gazdík

conductor: Jakub Žídek / Marek Prášil

 

May 26 Divadlo Antonína Dvořáka, 6.30pm 

Petr Iljič Čajkovskij: Labutí jezero

choreography: Igor Vejsada

conductor: Tomáš Brauner / Marek Prášil

 

May 28 Divadlo Antonína Dvořáka, 10:30am

Giuseppe Verdi: La traviata

director: Carmen Or

conductor: Jakub Klecker

 

June 1 Divadlo Jiřího Myrona, 6.30pm

Éva Pataki: Edith a Marlene

director: Janusz Klimsza

conductor: Marek Prášil / Karol Kevický

 

June 3 Divadlo Antonína Dvořáka, 6.30pm

Bedřich Smetana: Tajemství

director: Tomáš Studený

conductor: Jakub Klecker / Robert Kružík

 

June 6 Divadlo Antonína Dvořáka 6.30pm

Sergej Prokofjev: Popelka

choreography: Paul Chalmer

conductor: Jakub Klecker / Robert Kružík / Jan Šrubař