April30 2022 (Sat)
7:00 PM

Concert in Rudolfinum

B. Smetana, A. Dvořák, A. Vivaldi

Rudolfinum - Suk Hall | Classical Music

65 minutes | Not available

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Date: April 30, 2022 | 19:00 (Sat)
Venue: Rudolfinum - Suk Hall
Duration: 65 minutes
Status: Not available
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One-hour chamber concert in Suk Hall, Rudolfinum offers the most known works of classical music

While in Prague, visiting a classical music concerts enriches your experience. Listen to the most famous compositions of the Czech and world classical music


  • A. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Winter)
  • W. A. Mozart: A Little Night Music
  • B. Smetana: Vltava (Moldau)
  • A. Dvořák: Symphony N°9 "From the New World" (Largo)
  • J. Bizet/P. de Sarasate: Carmen (Fantasy)
  • A. Piazzola: Oblivion


Concertino - Ensemble of Soloists

The Concertino Prague Ensemble of Soloists was founded in 1995 and made their debut performance at the inauguration celebrations at the Building of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France. Václav Havel, former Czech president, was in attendance at their premiere performance. This ensemble features young graduates of Europe’s leading music schools who have come together in the pursuit of stylistic purity in offering the public authentic and historically accurate music of the Baroque period.

Roman Fedchuk - violin

Roman Fedchuk hails from the Ukraine where he studied at The Music College of S. Krushelnicka in Lvov and the Moscow Conservatory of P. I. Tchaikovsky. He is a talented violinist who has received awards at the Gernbach International Music Competition and the Prague Spring festival. Among Roman’s impressive list of accomplishments is his role as the chamber soloist with the Moscow Philharmonic Ensemble Concertino and his performances at Carnegie Hall, Albert Hall and Gewandhaus. He has delighted crowds in the Ukraine, Russia, Czech Republic, France, Spain, Austria, Germany, the United States, England, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Hong Kong, Ireland, the Netherlands and Japan. He is a violinist not to be missed!


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