A. Dvořák - Symphony No.9 E minor "From the New World"

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Program and cast

3.10.2020


Programe


J.Brahms – Double concerto for violin, cello and orchestra D-Dur

W.Popp – Verdi´s Rigoletto Fantasy for flute and orchestra

F.Borne – Fantasia su Carmen by Bizet for flute and orchestra

A.Dvořák – Symphony No.9 E minor “From the New World”


Performers


North Czech Philharmoiny Teplice

Suhan Ji – conductor

Jiman Wee – violin

Cobus Swanepoel – cello

Giuseppe Nova – flute


24.10.2020


Programme


L. van Beethoven – Piano concerto No.4 G-Dur

C.P.E.Bach – Concerto for flute and orchestra d-moll

A.Dvořák – Symphony No.9 E minor “From the New World”

 

Performers


North Czech Philharmoiny Teplice

Alexei Kornienko – conductor

Roberta Pandolfi – piano

Luisa Sello – flute


29.12.2020


Programme


L. van Beethoven – Piano concerto No.1 C-Dur

J.S.Bach – Concerto for Block flute, violin and orchestra c-moll

A.Dvořák – Symphony No.9 E minor “From the New World”

 

Performers


North Czech Philharmoiny Teplice

Roman Mogilevsky – conductor

Younghee Seo – piano

Yasaman Mashhouri – Block flute

Toelke Burghard – violin

Municipal House

  Municipal House (Czech: Obecní dům) is a civic building that houses Smetana Hall, a celebrate concert venue, in Prague, Czech Republic. Its address is Náměstí Republiky 5, next to the Powder Gate in the center of the city.
  The Royal Court palace used to be located on the site of the Municipal House. From 1383 until 1485 the King of Bohemia lived on the property. After 1485, it was abandoned. It was demolished in the early 20th century. Construction of the current building started in 1905. It opened in 1912.[citation needed] The building was designed by Osvald Polívka and Antonín Balšánek.

  The Municipal House was the location of the Czechoslovak declaration of independence.

  The building is of the Art Nouveau architecture style. The building exterior has allegorical art and stucco. There is a mosaic called Homage to Prague by Karel Špillar over the entrance.  On either side are allegorical sculpture groups representing The Degradation of the People and The Resurrection of the People by Ladislav Šaloun. Smetana Hall serves as a concert hall and ballroom. It has a glass dome. 

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