February15 2021 (Mon)
7:30 PM

De profundis

Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704

Rudolfinum - Dvořák Hall | Classical Music

120 minutes | Available

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Date: February 15, 2021 | 19:30 (Mon)
Venue: Rudolfinum - Dvořák Hall
Duration: 120 minutes
Status: Available
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Group discount 10+ people

Hear the most impressive works by J. D. Zelenka and his contemporaries in the main hall of Rudolfinum

For František Ignác Tůma, Vienna became a long-term home and he contributed to the formation of Viennese music culture in the first half of the eighteenth century. Unlike him, Jan Dismas Zelenka merely passed through the imperial capital, so that he could study counterpoint with the celebrated J. J. Fux in 1716—19. This brief experience nonetheless influenced Zelenka’s musical language so deeply that the inspiration by classical counterpoint can be traced even in his mature works, including Miserere d moll.


  • A. Caldara: Missa Matris dolorosa                           
  • J. D. Zelenka: De profundis ZWV 97          
  • J. D. Zelenka: In exitu Israel ZWV 83
  • F. I. A. Tůma: Stabat Mater             
  • J. D. Zelenka: Miserere d moll ZWV 56


Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
Václav Luks
 - conductor

Collegium 1704 is a Prague-based highly acclaimed Baroque orchestra established in 2005 by the conductor and harpsichordist Václav Luks. The orchestra & vocal ensemble present famous orchestral and choral works by well-known composers as well as long-forgotten and now rediscovered treasures of the Baroque repertoire. The ensemble has been successfuly promoting work of Czech masters like Jan Dismas Zelenka and Josef Mysliveček.


  • One 20 min. intermission
  • Recommended dress code: smart casual