March23 2018 (Fri)
5:00 PM

Concert in Liechtenstein Palace

Parnas Ensemble

Liechtenstein Palace - Martinů Hall | Classical Music

75 minutes | Available

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Date: March 23, 2018 | 17:00 (Fri)
Venue: Liechtenstein Palace - Martinů Hall
Duration: 75 minutes
Status: Available
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Prague Symphony Orchestra musicians formed chamber Parnas Ensemble and play famous classical melodies.

Enjoy a delightful classical concert featuring popular classical works in a beautiful baroque palace on Lesser Town. All participating musicians are members of the famous Prague Symphony Orchestra and other top-level Czech ensembles and orchestras.


J. S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto - selection
A. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons – selection
W. A. Mozart: Ave Verum
A. Dvořák: Slavonic Dance
A. Dvořák: Largo from the New World Symphony
B. Smetana: Vltava ( Moldau) from the Cycle of Symphonic Poems Ma Vlast
J. Strauss: Pizzicato Polka
F. Schubert: Ave Maria
P. I. Tchaikovsky: Waltz of the Flowers from ballet The Nutcracker
M. Ravel: Bolero
G. Bizet: Suite from Carmen

Performed by:

Parnas Ensemble (5 - 8 members)
A chamber orchestra composed of members of Prague Symphony Orchestra and other acclaimed Czech ensembles and orchestras. For their brilliant art and virtuosity Parnas Ensemble won a well-deserved popularity. Its versatile and extensive repertoire enables the Parnas Ensemble to offer classical and contemporary music for varied occasions. Since its premiere engagement, the Ensemble has been invited to perform at prestigious international congresses such as the NATO Prague Summit in 2002, at various social events, for dignitaries such as Václav Havel, as well as special occasions and concerts in the greater Prague area and abroad.
Since 2007, the ensemble has recorded two CDs with the most popular classical tunes, performed many concerts, especially in Rudolfinum–the prestigious concert house in Prague, and toured Japan with a great success in 2012 as well as in 2014. The Parnas Ensemble strives to satisfy not only the music critics but first, and foremost, its audience of listeners.

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The concert has no intermission.

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