Returning to Prague for the final concert of the season will be the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra's artist-in-residence Lukáš Vondráček.
Dvořák's cantata Stabat Mater, the birth of which drew painful inspiration from the death of three of his children, is one of the author's first truly mature works.
This subscriber concert conducted by Petr Altrichter belong to Russian and Soviet music.
Marek Šedivý makes no secret of his positive relationship to French and Russian repertoires. The March concert of the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra was the proof of this.
The first concert of February promised to be an exceptional experience, bringing together the music of the early Romantic period with contemporary music.
The music of Bratislava native and Beethoven's contemporary Johann Nepomuk Hummel frames this concert dedicated to wind instruments.
For his second concert of the season, new radio symphony principal conductor Alexander Liebreich has invited the excellent Russian-German violinist Alina Pogostkina.
The first concert by Marek Šedivý in the position of main guest conductor opened with the dramatic overture to the opera The Flying Dutchman by Richard Wagner.
The first concert by the season's artist-in-residence Lukáš Vondráček presented exceptionally difficult Piano Concerto by Antonín Dvořák.