August21 2019 (Wed)
6:00 PM

Czech Philharmonic Chamber Ensembles

The Czech Philharmonic Low Brass Ensemble

Rudolfinum - Suk Hall | Classical Music

60 minutes | Not available

Event is no longer available.

This event has already taken place. However, there´re many other events in our offer to choose from. Please use links below or our easy event search form to continue.

Where to go?

Show image detail
Date: August 21, 2019 | 18:00 (Wed)
Venue: Rudolfinum - Suk Hall
Duration: 60 minutes
Status: Not available

Hear delightful arrangements for trombone and tuba

The ensemble was founded by first-class trombone and bass-horn sections of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in 2004. The delightful, velvety concert of several trombones and bass-horns have been appreciated not only by listeners but also by music composers who have created a number of original compositions for such groups.

They compliment adaptations of the well-known compositions of the past, and therefore the repertoire of The Czech Philharmonic Low Brass Ensemble is remarkably wide. The ensemble regularly performs in Rudolfinum and at number of festivals, and in 2014 released a profile CD called Jubileum.

Program: 

  • Johan Georg Christian Störl
    Turmmusik
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Jesus bleibet meine Freude
  • Georg Friedrich Händel
    Water Music
    selection
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Tuba mirum
  • Edward Grieg
    Peer Gynt
    selection
  • Johannes Brahms
    Hungarian Dance No. 5 in G Minor
  • Antonín Dvořák
    Ave Maria
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
    The Nutcracker
    selection
  • Pietro Mascagni
    Cavalleria rusticana
    intermezzo
  • Merle Travis
    Sixteen Tons
  • arr. Otmar Mácha
    Water flows (Czech folk song)
  • František Kmoch
    On the Engine

The Czech Philharmonic Low Brass Ensemble:

Robert Kozánek, Břetislav Kotrba
Lukáš Moťka, Jaroslav Tachovský, Karel Kučera
trombones
Karel Malimánektuba

Important:

  • No intermission
  • Dress code: casual / smart casual 
  • Program subject to change. 

Classical music in Prague