December17 2022 (Sat)
7:00 PM

The Great Nocturne

Festival Czech Touches of Music 24th Year

New Town Hall | Classical Music

80 minutes | Not available

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Date: December 17, 2022 | 19:00 (Sat)
Venue: New Town Hall
Duration: 80 minutes
Status: Not available
Group discount 10+ people
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The Great Nocturne: members of Czech Philharmonic are joined by flutist Claudi Arimany and pianist Boris Kraljevič

The ensemble of the Czech Philharmonic with pianist Boris Kraljević, professor at the High School of Art in Singapore, and outstanding Catalan flutist Claudi Arimany, a colleague and follower of the flutist tradition of the legendary Jean-Pierre Rampal, who in August 1999 referred to Arimany as “one of the greatest flutists of all times".


  • W. A. Mozart: Quartet No. 2 in A major for flute, violin, viola and cello, K 29
    Allegretto grazioso
  • Robert Schumann: Quartet in E-flat major for piano, violin, viola and cello, Op. 47
    Sostenuto assai – Allegro ma non troppo
    Scherzo. Molto vivace – Trio l – Trio II
    Andante cantabile
    Finale. Vivace
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Trio No. 4 in B major for piano, flute and cello, Op. 11
    Allegro con brio
    Thema con variazioni “Pria ch’io l’impegno”. Allegretto
  • Franz Schubert: Quintet in A major “Trout Quintet” for piano, violin, viola and cello, Op. posth. 114
    Allegro vivace
    Scherzo (Presto)
    Thema con variazioni (Andantino)
    Finale (Allegro giusto)


Claudi Arimany (ESP) – klavír 
Boris Kraljkevic (MNT, SINGAPURE) – flute
Czech Philharmonic Virtuosi:
Markéta Vokáčová –
Ondřej Martinovský – viola
Jan Keller – cello
Adam Honzírek – double bass
Barbora Prokopová – piano

About the festival:

The international music festival Czech Touches of Music is among the seven greatest festivals of classical music in the Czech Republic. Its aim is to offer audiences valuable musical experiences while listening to top repertory compositions as well as interesting compositions that are not performed so frequently.

The festival’s dramaturgy has a unique concept based primarily on classical music, namely orchestral, chamber and recital works, and ancient music. The popular series is represented by crossover concerts. The festival regularly introduces special programme projects – exclusive concerts as part of the cycles entitled Prague Castle Music, Gems of Russian Music, Music of the V4 Countries, Concert for Children and Parents, and multi-genre projects involving literature, film, the creative arts and architecture.


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