April21 2012 (Sat)
6:00 PM


J. S. Bach, J. D. Zelenka, A. Dvorak

St. Nicholas Church Lesser Town | Classical Music

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Date: April 21, 2012 | 18:00 (Sat)
Venue: St. Nicholas Church Lesser Town
Duration: 60 minutes
Status: Not available
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Johann Sebastian BACH
1685 – 1750 Concerto in G Major
Allegro – Grave – Presto
Partita in E Major for Violin solo, BWV 1006
Esurientes, from Magnificat, BWV 243
Jan Dismas ZELENKA
1679 – 1745 Laudamus te from Missa “Gratias agimus Tibi” in D Major, ZWV 13
Jan Pieterszoon SWEELINCK
1562 – 1621 Thema con variazioni
Tomaso Antonio VITALI
1663 – 1745 Ciaccona
Antonin DVORAK
1841 – 1904 Ave Maria, op. 19b
Jan Krtitel VANHAL
1739 – 1813 Fugue in C Major
Fugue in D Major
Antonin DVORAK
1841 – 1904 Biblical Songs, op. 99
1. Clouds and Darkness
5. I Will Sing New Songs
Georg Friedrich HÄNDEL
1685 – 1759 Sonata in D Major (selection)
Largo – Allegro
1835 – 1921 Ave Maria
Antonio VIVALDI – J. S. BACH
1678 – 1741; 1685 – 1750 Concerto in D minor (selection)
Largo – Vivace


Jarmila Kosinova - mezzo-soprano

Jarmila Kosinova is a student of operatic singing of the Prague Academy of Musical Arts. Except of that she sung main roles in some Czech theatres and also at the Prague Spring Festival 2007.

Daniela Kosinova Valtova - organ

Daniela Kosinova Valtova studied Organ by doc. V. Rabas, later by doc. J. Tuma at the Prague Academy of Musical Arts and finally in Hamburg by Prof. W. Zerer. She is a member of Prague Symphony Orchestra, but she gives solo or chamber concerts all over Europe. She is also a composer and piano teacher, taking care of mentally handicapped children.

Jan Valta - violin

Jan Valta is a graduate of the Conservatory in Teplice and of the musical faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Prof. J. Pazdera). During his studies he was a prize-winner at a nation-wide competition of chamber music; he is also a prize-winner of the Czech Conservatories Competition. At the age of nineteen he became a member of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra for two seasons. As a soloist he has performed in Austria, Germany, France, Spain and Japan. He teaches violin at the Conservatory in Teplice. From 2006, he is the artistic leader of the Herold Chamber Orchestra. He is also a composer and orchestrator.

For concert visitors is St. Nicholas church open 15 minutes before the concert.

Please note there is no intermission.