Czech Philharmonic Piano Quintet performs Antonín Dvořák in Rudolfinum
Ever since Antonín Dvořák conducted the first Czech Philharmonic concert in 1896, his name has been closely connected to the orchestra. Dvořák is not only a famous memory from the ensemble’s history but also the author of music which is still alive and the most popular with the orchestra members.
The Czech Philharmonic Piano Quintet prepared for you a chamber program which introduces Dvořák’s music in all its colours, moods and shades. They invite you to join them on a journey to discovering Dvořák as their cherished companion with whom they feel at home on stage, hoping you will feel the same way by the end of the concert.
- Miniatures for Two Violins and Viola, op. 75a
- Terzetto, op. 74
Introduzione. Allegro ma non troppo
- Bagatelles for Two Violins, Cello and Harmonium, op. 47
- Piano Trio No. 4 in e minor, op. 90 "Dumky"
Lento maestoso — Allegro quasi doppio movimento
- Piano Quintet in A major, op. 81
Allegro ma non tanto
Dumka. Andante con moto
Czech Philharmonic Piano Quintet:
Irena Jakubcová - first violin
Libor Vilímec - second violin
Ondřej Kameš - viola
Jan Keller - cello
Markéta Janáčková - piano
- No intermission
- Dress code: casual / smart casual
Classical concerts in Prague are highly rated and very popular!