June21 2024 (Fri)
7:00 PM

J. S. Bach, J. Brahms, M. Reger

Max Reger Music Festival

St. Peter Church na Poříčí | Classical Music

60 minutes | Not available

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Date: June 21, 2024 | 19:00 (Fri)
Venue: St. Peter Church na Poříčí
Duration: 60 minutes
Status: Not available
Group discount 10+ people
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Contemplate on compositions by J. S. Bach, J. Brahms, M. Duruflé, Max Reger or the organist's Improvisation


  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Prelude and fugue in E minor BWV 548
  • Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): O Welt, ich muss dich lassen op. 122, č. 3
  • Maurice Duruflé (1902-1986): Prelude and fugue on the name "Alain"  op. 7
  • Přemysl Kšica (1981): Improvisation
  • Max Reger (1873-1916): Fantazie and fugue on B-A-C-H op. 46


Přemysl Kšica - organ 

Přemysl Kšica attended the Music Conservatory in Prague, graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague under the guidance of prof. Josef Popelka and studied at Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Stuttgart (Prof. Dr. Ludger Lohmann).

He also studied organ improvisation with prof. Jaroslav Vodrážka, doc. Jaroslav Tůma and Johannes Mayr. He is holder of many awards from different organ competitions and repeatedly won prices for improvisatin at organ competitions in Opava. In 2004 won 3rd price at the International Organ Competition in Ljubljana (Slovinia), in 2005 in Most (CZE) and in 2010 won 2nd price at the Petr Eben International Competition in Opava.

He is currently an organist at St. Nicolas Church in Prague – Lesser Town. He is an organ teacher at Conservatory in Teplice. He gives performances on a regular bases in the Czech Republic and abroad as a soloist and also colaborates often with many vocal-instrumental ensembles such as The Kühn Choir of Prague, Prague Cathedral Choir, Prague Philhamonic Choir, Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno etc.

About the festival: 

The Max Reger Music Festival, founded on the 150th anniversary of the composer's birth, aims to educate audiences about Reger's genius, his famous and lesser-known works, and, of course, to introduce listeners to the historical and musical context of Reger along with other important composers. 


  • No assigned seating, seating on first come – first served basis
  • Dress code: casual 
  • No intermission
  • Program subject to change

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