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Venue: Rudolfinum: Dvořák Hall, Prague

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AddressAlšovo nábřeží 12
Central Bohemian Region
Praha 1
Czech Republic
Google maps50° 5' 23.757" N 14° 24' 54.471" E
September 2020
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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PragueDaniil Trifonov, Selina Ott and Semyon Bychkov

Czech Philharmonic
Shostakovich, Mahler
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Daniil Trifonov; Selina Ott

PragueCzech Student Philharmonic & Josef Špaček

Czech Philharmonic
Mendelssohn, Mozart
Czech Student Philharmonic; Josef Špaček Jr

PragueThe Serial / Princesses, Go Get the Dragon!

Czech Philharmonic

PragueHagen Quartett: Beethoven Quartets

Czech Philharmonic
Hagen Quartet

PragueThe Serial. / Princesses, Go Get the Dragon!

Czech Philharmonic

PraguePavel Haas Quartet and Dover Quartet

Czech Philharmonic
Shostakovich, Mustonen, Čekovská, Mendelssohn
Pavel Haas Quartet; Dover String Quartet

PragueKaren Gomyo plays Shostakovich

© Petra Hajska
Shostakovich, Dvořák
Czech Philharmonic; Semyon Bychkov; Karen Gomyo

PragueSteps to the New World / Smetana’s The Moldau and Šárka

Czech Philharmonic
Czech Student Philharmonic; Marko Ivanović
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Beethoven by heart from Buchbinder and Netopil in Prague

Tomáš Netopil and Rudolf Buchbinder © Petra Hajská
Rudolf Buchbinder's deep expertise and the Czech Philharmonic's expressive gifts add another dimension to the composer's anniversary celebration.
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Unfinished business: fine Schubert and Beethoven from the Czech Phil

Semyon Bychkov © Petra Hajská
The Czech Phil's woodwind are in superb form for a particularly optimistic concert featuring Berio's mercurial Rendering to give us a double dose of Schubert's unfinished symphonic work.
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Music on the move with Peter Eötvös and the Czech Philharmonic

Peter Eötvös conducts the Czech Philharmonic © Petr Kadlec
The Czech Philharmonic and soloist Tamás Pálfalvi take wing in a smart modern music program expertly crafted by composer and conductor Péter Eötvös.
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In Prague, the future is now: AI composes for the PKF

Petr Nekoranec and Emmanuel Villaume with the PKF © Václav Hodina
Artificial intelligence shows it can write music, but human composers need not worry – not yet, anyway.
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Rediscovering a Vivaldi gem: Arsilda in Prague

Arsilda in Prague © Petra Hajská
Even without the costumes and choreography, Collegium 1704's presentation of Arsilda was enthralling.
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A subdued finale for Dvořák's Prague

Nicola Benedetti and the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra © Petra Hajská
Nicola Benedetti provides all the fireworks in an understated outing by Neeme Järvi and the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra.
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A Dvořák revival fit for a king in Prague

Kateřina Kněžíková © Petra Hajská
Dvořák's failed King and Charcoal Burner gets a second chance and new life at his namesake festival.
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An anemic opening at Dvořák's Prague

Kian Soltani, Christoph Eschenbach and Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale RAI © Petra Hajská
For the composer's birthday, a mismatch of performers and repertoire.
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