fri17jan19:30FROM NOVÁ ŘÍŠE INTO THE WORLD / FBD IJAN NOVÁK Elegantiae Tripudiorum, symphonia minore
ANTONÍN VRANICKÝ Violin Concerto in C major
PAVEL VRANICKÝ Grand Characteristic Symphony for Peace with the French Republi
19:30 Besední důmSubscription:Phliharmonic at home I (FBD I)

Time

(Friday) 19:30

Location

Besední dům

Komenského náměstí 534/8, Brno

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Event Details

Because of the sudden ailment of violinist Jiří Vodička there is a change in the cast of the concert. Instead of Jiří Vodička violinist Milan Paľa will play the violin concerto. Thank you for your understanding.

 

JAN NOVÁK

Elegantiae Tripudiorum, symphonia minore

ANTONÍN VRANICKÝ (ANTON WRANITZKY)

Violin Concerto in C major

PAVEL VRANICKÝ (PAUL WRANITZKY)

Grand Characteristic Symphony for Peace with the French Republic, in C minor, Op. 31

 

Milan Paľa violin

Filharmonie Brno 

conductor Robert Kružík

 

  • We present three famous musicians from Nová Říše in Moravia ● Jan Novák (1921-1984) was a composer linked with Brno, who lived in exile (including Italy and Germany) from 1968 until his death. This is an orchestral version of his cycle of waltzes, Elegance of the Dance, originally for the piano, full of grace, charm and humour ● It is 200 years since the death of Antonín Vranický (1761–1820), a violin virtuoso, Kapellmeister, teacher and composer, who after studying at Brno’s Jesuit seminary worked in the service of the Lobkowicz family in Vienna. His Violin Concerto in C major is performed by the concertmaster of the Czech Philharmonic ● Antonín’s older brother Pavel Vranický (1756-1808), was a composer and celebrated conductor (he led the premiere of Beethoven’s First Symphony), and orchestral director at the Theater am Kärntnertor and the Burgtheater. His symphony, written in 1797, was considered politically provocative for its daring title and was banned by the authorities ● The musicologist Stanislav Tesař (also a native of Nová Říše) and bass Richard Novák (Jan Novák’s cousin) will give pre-concert talks at 6:15pm.

 

Download the program here

Cast of the orchestra here

Organizer

Filharmonie Brno

Besední důmKomenského náměstí 534/8, Brno