October29 2022 (Sat)
8:00 PM

B. Smetana, W. A. Mozart, A. Dvořák

North Czech Philharmony Teplice

Municipal House - Smetana Hall | Classical Music

120 minutes | Available

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Date: October 29, 2022 | 20:00 (Sat)
Venue: Municipal House - Smetana Hall
Duration: 120 minutes
Status: Available
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Smetana's My Country (Moldau), Mozart's Concerto No. 1 or Dvořák's Symphony No. 9

Program:

  • B. Smetana - My Country (Moldau)
  • W. A. Mozart  - Concerto No. 1 for flute and orchestra, G minor, K 313
  • A. Shor - Concerto for cello and orchestra "Musical Pilgrimage"
  • A. Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 e-moll "From the New World"

Performing: 

Svilen Simeonov (Bulgaria) - conductor
North Czech Philharmony Teplice

North Czech Philharmony Teplice is an internationally recognized orchestra, dating back to 1838. With the orchestra have collaborated such artists as conductors Libor Pešek, Vladimír Válek, Jaroslav Soukup, Tomáš Koutník, Charles Olivieri-Munroe, violinist Maxime Vengerov, pianist Caroline Murat and many others.

The North Czech Philharmonic performs in European cultural centers like in Munich, Berlin, Basle, Paris, Valencia, Lisbon, Belgrade, Budapest, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Grenoble, Madrid, La Valetta and others.

In the year 2006 the orchestra began to cooperate with the prestigious agency Columbia Artists Managemant New York Inc. The latest project was a tour to Germany with the Lord of the Rings Symphony by Howard Shore with motives of the same film.

The orchestra performs regularly on the major stages in Prague and other Czech cities, too. Nevertheless, the emphasis of the artistic activities remains in performing concerts in Teplice with the main aim to contribute to the cultural life in this city. 

Soloists: 

Zongsu Ha (South Korea) - flute solo
Michal Balas (Poland) - cello solo (Winner of International competition Classic Strings)

Important: 

Visit the Powder Gate Tower next to the Municipal House. 

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