Unusual and extraordinary: vocals, reciting and visual art on the walls of St. Agnes Convent
Singing, reciting and light drawing in the dark are three pillars of the extraordinary concert concept of tenor Martin Prokeš and baritone Marek Šulc. The philosophy of duo KCHUN is based on the second hexagram of the oldest Chinese book I-Ching - Books of Changes. The word KCHUN means Earth and also acceptance.
In the St. Agnes Convent all the voices represent a difficult one the way to paradise, the journey of Dante Alighieri, the journey through the Divine Comedy. The guide will not only have Vergil and Beatrice by his side, but also drawings by Atila Vörös, which will be shown by Rudolf Živec on the St. Agnes walls.
- Dante Alighieri
The Divine Comedy
- Francis of Assisi
Martin Prokeš - tenor
Marek Šulc - baritone
Atila Voros, Rudolf Živec - videoart
Vladimír Javorský - narrator
- No intermission
- Tickets purchased for this concert can not be transferred, exchanged or refunded unless the event is cancelled.
- No ticket discounts provided.
- Recommended dress code: smart casual
- By purchasing this ticket, you can purchase discounted ticket to the National gallery (at the NG entrance).
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