September04 2014 (Thu)
7:30 PM

Jan Dismas Zelenka - Missa Dei Filii ZWV 20

Ensemble Inegal

Salvator Church (Salvátorská street) | Classical Music

60 minutes | Not available

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Date: September 04, 2014 | 19:30 (Thu)
Venue: Salvator Church (Salvátorská street)
Duration: 60 minutes
Status: Not available
Group discount 10+ people

Renowned baroque orchestra Ensemble Inegal with leading soloists perform Missa Dei Filii by J. D. Zelenka.


Jan Dismas Zelenka - Missa Dei Filii ZWV 20


Gabriela Eibenova - soprano
Petra Noskaiova - alto
Tobias Hunger - tenor
Lisandro Abadie - bas

Adam Viktora
Ensemble Inegal

Ensemble Inegal is a leading Czech orchestra specialising in early music.

Ensemble Inegal regularly performs on prestigious European festivals such as the Prague Spring Festival, Musica Antiqua Brugge, Oude Muziek Utrecht, Lufthansa Festival London, Aschaffenburger Bachtage, Bach Festival Riga and many others.
Ensemble Inegal has recorded 11 successful CDs which gained number of international awards (Diapason d’or, IRR Outstanding, Goldberg 5 stars, a.o.), it features regularly in broadcasts of Czech and foreign television and radio stations (BBC, EBU, Czech Television, Czech Radio, Deutschlandradio Kultur, a.o.).
Since 2007, Ensemble Inegal organizes its own concert series “Czech Baroque Music – Discoveries & Surprises”. The uniqueness of this project lies in the fact that each year it presents to the public musical discoveries and concert premieres of baroque music by Czech composers or from Czech music archives. The most significant “Discoveries & Surprises” concerts premiered works by J. D. Zelenka, A. Vivaldi, H. I. F. Biber, S. Capricornus, J. C. F. Fischer, J. J. I. Brentner, M. Vogt, J. H. Schmelzer, et al.

Please note there is no intermission.

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