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Guide to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

« The players of the Czech Philharmonic displayed a supreme flexibility that, when combined with their utter musical commitment, produced an ever-present nascent energy »
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PragueDvořák, Janáček, Brahms, Borodin

Dvořák, Janáček, Brahms, Borodin
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Petr Altrichter

PragueSaint-Saëns, Bruckner

Saint-Saëns, Bruckner
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach; Joshua Bell

PragueOpen Air Concert of the Czech Philharmonic

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

PragueSchubert, Strauss

Schubert, Strauss R.
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst

PragueSmetana, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich

Smetana, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra; Semyon Bychkov; Elena Stikhina
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In Prague, an orchestra in transition

Jakub Hrůša, Frank Peter Zimmermann and the Czech Philharmonic © Petra Hajská
After blazing new trails abroad, the Czech Philhamonic keeps its hometown fans happy with a rousing return to form.
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Bychkov and the Czech Phil explore the limits of Mahler 2

Semyon Bychkov conducts the Czech Philharmonic © Stefan Cohen
Semyon Bychkov and the Czech Philharmonic's performance of Mahler's “Resurrection” Symphony properly revealed the tensions between intensity and stillness, resistance and fragility. 
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A fresh start for the Czech Philharmonic

Semyon Bychkov conducts the Czech Philharmonic © Petr Kadlec
Mahler's Resurrection Symphony provides both a thrilling opener and apt metaphor for the orchestra's new era under Chief Conductor Semyon Bychkov.
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At Prague Spring, a light tribute to a heavyweight

Keith Lockhart conducts the Czech Philharmonic © Prague Spring | Petra Hajská
The Czech Philharmonic goes pops for a night to honor the life and legacy of Leonard Bernstein.
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National pride without sentimentality

Tomáš Netopil © Marco Borggreve
Tomáš Netopil directs ideal, ‘non-dairy’ performances of Mozart and Dvořák.
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