Thank you for all of your help and assistance during the past several months. It was, I’m sure, a big part of making our tour so successful. The concert in the Spanish Hall is one that my students and I will talk about for the rest of our lives. We so appreciate all that you did in making this such an incredible trip to your part of the world. I hope our paths can cross again in the future.
Director of Bands, North Dakota State University
Thank you for all of your work for our concert at Emauzy last week! The space was beautiful and we enjoyed performing there very much. You made us feel so welcome and special and that means a lot. The crowd was wonderful and my students and I had a great experience! Thank you, again!
Director of Bands, The University of Tennessee Martin
I want to say a huge thank you for all your wonderful efforts to make our time in Prague so fantastic.
Your organization and choice of choral clinician in Veronika was perfect. All your many many concert details were excellent and you were actually still accommodating for us up to the moment the concert started.
Wow! We’ve been so fortunate to have you.
Director of Choirs, Rockport High School
The Turkish National Youth Philharmonic and I were delighted with our second collaboration with the Prague Concert Co. Any appearance-but specially the first- in major European centers of musical excellence is a memorable experience for young musicians. The excellent team assured concerts in prestigious halls (including in the Smetana Hall in 2015 and the Rudolfinum in 2017) that were profesionally run and extremely well attended. We were also delighted with the services outside the concert halls, which were higly professional and free of stress, so important to us during busy international tours. Thank you all for making this so special for us.
Conductor, Turkish National Youth Philharmonic
I would like to thank you for your collaboration on the successful concert we had at the Rudolfinum. The full house audience with standing ovation made the spirit of our members very high
Conductor, World Civic Orchestra
Nice concerts in beautiful venues with enthusiastic audiences, nice activities, good hotel, … I can say without any doubt that you did a very good job. You prepared and organized our trip in a correct and professional way … I can really recommend you and your company.
Conductor, Fanfare de Vriendenkring
The Sounds of Žofín brass music festival will feature an incredible 1800 musicians from all over the world, playing 32 concerts over 4 days!
The festival is being held as part of the WASBE (World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles) conference. The 20th annual conference will pay special tribute to Czech-American composer Karel Husa, whose Music for Prague 1968 is an iconic work of the symphonic wind repertoire, and will also mark the 100th anniversary of the composer’s birth, one year late.
MUSICA ORBIS BOHEMIA 2022 Concert Series plans to continue the tradition of chamber concerts by young Czech artists.
After the first year, which offered streamed concerts from the Dom U Minuty, we would like to bring the concert series to Prague 2 this year. There are many interesting locations in this district that we would like to present together with talented artists.
The first of the concerts will take place in the refectory of the Emmaus Monastery, where the Ševčík Quartet will perform. Despite their youth, its members have had many successes in the Czech Republic and abroad, for example last year they won first place in the international Talents for Europe competition. The Emmaus will perform string quartets by Ludwig van Beethoven, Bedřich Smetana and Bohuslav Martinů.
The second concert will be marked by the original song works of composer Tomáš Hanzlík. It will be presented by a student of singing at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna and the author of the lyrics, tenor Vincenc Ignác Novotný. He will be accompanied by Martin Smutný on piano.
The final concert will feature the talented and internationally successful clarinetist Anna Paulová, accompanied by pianist Daniel Wiesner, who will perform in the Chapel of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren in Korunní. Together they will present well-known and lesser-known opera melodies arranged for these instruments.
More information can be found on our website directly at the individual concerts.
The stage in Bayreuth is set. The Bayreuth Festival dedicated to the music of Richard Wagner is just one example of the world culture that can be experienced here.
The Margravial Opera House in the city centre was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 2012 as one of the finest surviving Baroque theatres in the world. The driving force behind the building was the Margravine Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Bayreuth. She transformed Bayreuth into a vibrant cultural metropolis that continues to inspire international audiences today.
In the 18th-century New Castle you will find not only the creative excellence of margravial culture, but also an extensive collection of old Bayreuth pottery.
The Richard Wagner Museum in Haus Wahnfried, the former family home, presents in impressive from the life and work of the world-famous composer. At the gates of Bayreuth, you can walk through the Hermitage, a historic park with fountains and an orangerie, which also contains the Old Castle with its magnificent interior.
When the fanfare sounds the start of the Richard Wagner Festival, an international audience congregates in the town and streams into the festival theatre (Festspielhaus) on the so-called Green Hill, whose foundation stone was laid in 1872. Every year, it captivates visitors with its incomparable acoustics and its offering of art and culture at the highest level.
Text by www.germany.travel
♥ Sightseeing tour of Prague
♥ Official welcome at the Prague Town Hall
♥ Workshop with Czech conductors
♥ Opening concert at the Czech Museum of Music
♥ Welcome dinner at the art nouveau-style Municipal House Café
♥ Competitive and non-competitive categories
♥ Announcement of results and evening award ceremony
♥ Dinner cruise on the Vltava river
♥ Mass participation in St. Vitus’s Cathedral – the largest Castle in the world
♥ Festival concerts
For more details visit www.musicaorbis.com
John Tregellas, director of The Prague Concert Co., was interviewed by a reporter of the Czech & Slovak Leaders Magazine about the life in agency during the pandemic, broadcasting concerts online, future plans and much more.
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