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KRUMLOV AUTUMN RECITALS, volume III.

Welscher Hof Český Krumlov Welscher Hof Český Krumlov

Dlouhá 32
38101 Česká Krumlov
Kontakt: Helena Plachtová

Telefon: +420 601 590 213

E-mail: vstupenky@ckrumlov.cz
WWW: www.ckrumlov.cz/podzimnirecitaly2013

Lage: Český Krumlov
Type: Highlights 2013 - Archiv

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Angebotsliste:


Renaissance hall located in Vlašský dvůr in Panská Street will host a series of chamber concert on every Saturday in November. The space allows for a unique atmosphere between the performer and the audience. A number of excellent musicians both from Czech Republic and abroad will perform during the varied musical schedule.



..Irina Kondratěnko - piano

Termin Von - Bis
02.11.2013   (Sam)   Buchen 18:00

Irina Kondratěnko

Irina Kondratenko hails from Latvia, although for a long time now she has been active in the Czech Republic. She performs not only as a solo pianist, but also with a wide array of Czech as well as international orchestras in France, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Argentina, Belgium, Taiwan, Japan, Austria, etc. She is a sought-after partner for chamber orchestras, singing recitals and recording sessions by such eminent performers as Josef Suk, José Cura, Marina Domashenko, Ludmila Peterková, Sharon Kam, Anda-Louise Bogza, Dana Burešová and others.

Wo: Vlašský dvůr, Český Krumlov, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov


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02.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Irina Kondratěnko - piano
Vlašský Dvůr, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov
Person250 CZK
02.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Irina Kondratěnko - piano
Vlašský Dvůr, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov
students, seniors150 CZK



..Štěpán Rak - guitar

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09.11.2013   (Sam)   Buchen 18:00

Štěpán Rak

World reknown critic John Botton has written the following about Prof. Štěpán Rak: There are bad guitarists, average guitarists, good guitarists and excellent guitarists in the world of classical guitar, and then there is Štěpán Rak!

Prof. Štěpán Rak has founded the guitar major at AMU (Academy of Musical Arts Prague) in 1982 and has been awarded the title of University Professor in 2000 and thus became the first professor of guitar in history. His 5-finger technique which he teaches worldwide has become legendary, as well as his so called ‚Rak’s Tremolo Etherna‘. He met Prof. Štěpán Urban (1913 – 1974) and thanks to this event he also began composing. His works include virtually all instrumental combinations, starting from solo guitar all the way through to symphony orchestra compositions.

Štěpán Rak celebrated his 60th birthday in 2005 and has decided to give praise to his great teacher and friend prof. Stepan Urban with a piece dedicated to his memory. Prof. Urban founded its own independent major of guitar playing at the State Conservatory in Prague and prof. Štěpán Rak has fulfilled his last wish – teaching this major at University level.

One of the biggest legends of 21st century guitar, John W. Duarte (1919 – 2004) has written about Štěpán Rak: ‚ L. van Beethoven dreamt about a guitar as a small orchestra. The one person who not only fulfilled, but exceeded this dream, is Štěpán Rak.‘

Wo: Vlašský dvůr, Český Krumlov, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov


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09.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Štěpán Rak - guitar
Vlašský Dvůr, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov
Person250 CZK
09.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Štěpán Rak - guitar
Vlašský Dvůr, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov
students, seniors150 CZK



..Jazz concert

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16.11.2013   (Sam)   Buchen 18:00

Štěpánka Balcarová Max Mucha Vít Křišťan

Artist:
ŠTĚPÁNKA BALCAROVÁ - trumpet
MAX MUCHA - double bass
VÍT KŘIŠŤAN - piano

Programme:
V. Křišťan, Š. Balcarová – own compositions
Variations of pieces from acclaimed jazz album Light Year of jazz formation Inner Spaces Quintet
Other well know jazz standards and melodies

ŠTĚPÁNKA Balcarová
(born 1986) is a Czech trumpetist and composer, graduated from the Academy of Music in Katowice under the guidance of leading Polish trumpetist Piotr Wojtasik. Besides Inner Spaces Štěpánka Balcarová is a leader of her own quartet 4STEP, working in multi-genre band WRGHA POWU, the avant-garde musical project Chord Nation of Nikola Kołodziejczyk and occasionally collaborates with leading Czech musicians Tomáš Liška, David Dorůžka, Petr Kořínek, Vladivojna and others. She was awarded at many jazz competitions for her player's skills (Krokus Jazz, Jazz nad Odrou, Jazz Juniors) as well as for her own compositions.

MAX MUCHA
(born 1989) is a Polish double-bass player, a graduate of the Jazz Academy in Katowice. Currently studying at the prestigious Academy of Music in Berlin. He is a permanent member of the Polish quartet of Polish saxophonist Jarek Bothur, progressive band MP3, Czech - Polish quintet Inner Spaces, with which in the past contributed to the second CD Light Year with special guest David Dorůžka and also works in the trio of acclaimed Polish drummer Arkadiusz Skolik. The last-mentioned trio recorded the 2010 album "Detour Ahead". He occasionally cooperates with the Polish saxophone legend Janusz Muniak. He was recognized and awarded the prize of most significant young talent at a jazz competition in Tarnov two years in a row.

VÍT Křišťan
(born 1986) is a Czech pianist and composer, holds Bachelor's degree from Jazz Academy in Katowice and a Master's degree in the field of composition and music arrangement form the classroom of Erika Ørum Von Spreckelsen in Odense, Denmark. He founded his own jazz trio in the Czech republic, where not only his skills stand out, but also the ones of his colleagues, double-bass player Jaromír Honzák and drummer Roman Vícha. He is a permanent member Thomas Hobzek quartet and quintet Inner Spaces. He had the opportunity to meet with many musicians in Denmark, among others, with legendary bassist Bo Stief. He has recorded several CDs in the past year, most noticeable ones – author‘s debut album Imprints, Jaromir Honzák‘s new album entitled Blood sings - the music of Suzan Vega and album Light Year with the band Inner Spaces led by Sštěpánka Balcarová, which was awarded the title of the best jazz Album of the Year 2012.

All members of the trio met while working on the project Inner Spaces quintet. Their mutual human and musical understanding gave rise to this singular trio. Štěpánka Balcarová’s personal, almost intimate artistic expression and above all extremely warm and soft sound of the trumpet clearly defines the direction this trio takes. Their music that will touch you with its purity, spontaneity and melody. Their music leaves the listener feeling as if he/she went along with the players, their flow of emotions and experiences, and became a direct part of their inspiration. In addition to their own compositions, the trio also focuses on the interpretation of other well-known, not only jazz songs. Tasteful arrangements, instrumental maturity and ability to brilliantly improvize give the audience a deep musical experience.

Wo: Vlašský dvůr, Český Krumlov, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov


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16.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Jazz concert
Vlašský Dvůr, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov
Person250 CZK
16.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Jazz concert
Vlašský Dvůr, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov
students, seniors150 CZK



..Martin Kasík - piano and Kristina Kasíková - piano

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23.11.2013   (Sam)   Buchen 18:00

Martin Kasík Kristina Kasíková

This concert will be accompanied by winners of last year’s competition ‚Young Artists Playing Steinway‘

Programme:
Franz Schubert Fantasie 1797 - 1828
f moll D 940

Johannes Brahms 1833 - 1897
Valčíky op. 39 - 1. B dur - 2. E dur - 3. gis moll - 4. e moll - 5. E dur - 6. Cis dur - 7. cis moll - 8. B dur - 9. d moll -10. G dur - 11. b moll - 12. E dur - 13. B dur - 14. gis moll - 15. A dur - 16. d moll

Gabriel Fauré 1845 - 1924 Svita Dolly op. 56
1. Berceuse.Allegretto moderato
2. Messieu Aoul.Allegro vivo
3. Jardin de Dolly.Andantino
4. Ketty-Valse.Tempo di Valse
5. Tendresse.Andante
6. Pas Espagnol.Allegro

Maurice Ravel 1875 - 1937 Spanish Rhapsody
1. Prélude à la nuit:Très modéré
2. Halagueña: Assez vif
3. Habanera Assez lent et d'un rythme las
4. Feria: Assez animé

Martin Kasík (born 1976) ranks among the foremost Czech pianists of the present time. He has devoted himself to piano playing since four years of age. He studied with Monika Tugendliebová at the Janáček conservatory in Ostrava, and subsequently with Ivan Klánský at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Prague.
The winner of several domestic and international contests, and the recipient of a number of prestigious awards, he has to his credit laureateships from the 1998 Prague Spring International Music Competition, the 1999 Young Concert Artists Competition, the 2000 Davidoff Prix, the 2002 Harmonie Magazine Award, and other distinctions.

He has appeared in many major concert venues and as a soloist, he has appeared with, among other, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin, Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich, Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, or Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra. He has worked regularly with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and the Prague Symphony Orchestra, which he accompanied on their tours of the United States and Japan.
In 2008, Martin Kasík was appointed President of the Chopin Festival in Mariánské Lázně. Since 2009, he has taught piano at the Prague Conservatory and presently he also teaches at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
His discography comprises 12 CDs for Supraphon and ArcoDiva labels.

Kristina Kasíková is a graduate of the Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava, where she studied in the class of Mgr. Monica Tugendliebová and the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, where she studied under the guidance of prof. Ivan Klánský. She is a laureate of international piano competition Beethoven. Besides the Czech Republic she has also performed in France, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Latvia and USA. She often plays in a duo with her husband, Martin Kasík, with whom he recorded a CD of Antonin Dvořák's Slavonic Dances. Since 2005 she has been teaching at the Jaroslav Ježek Conservatory in Prague.

Wo: Vlašský dvůr, Český Krumlov, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov


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23.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Martin Kasík - piano and Kristina Kasíková - piano
Vlašský Dvůr, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov
Person250 CZK
23.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Martin Kasík - piano and Kristina Kasíková - piano
Vlašský Dvůr, Dlouhá 32, Český Krumlov
students, seniors150 CZK



..Štefan Margita - tenor and Irina Kondratěnko - piano

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30.11.2013   (Sam)   Buchen 18:00

Štefan Margita

Programme: P. I. Čajkovskij, F. Cilea, S. Bodorova, G. Donizetti, F. Schubert, F. Liszt and others.

Wo: Synagoga Český Krumlov, Za Soudem 282, Český Krumlov


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30.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Štefan Margita - tenor and Irina Kondratěnko - piano
Synagoga, Za Soudem 282, Český Krumlov
Person500 CZK
30.11.2013 (Sam) 18:00 Štefan Margita - tenor and Irina Kondratěnko - piano
Synagoga, Za Soudem 282, Český Krumlov
students, seniors350 CZK