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Maria Muller

Czech soprano Maria Müller was being among the most prominent and beloved lyric/dramatic sopranos singing the German repertory in the interwar years. With a stunning device and a warm and immediately appealing stage way, she demonstrated herself a significant person in the Metropolitan Opera, Berlin Staatsoper, and Bayreuth Event through …

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Prague Chamber Orchestra

The Prague Chamber Orchestra may be the premier chamber ensemble in the Czech Republic. As is certainly traditional in chamber orchestras, the ensemble performs with out a conductor, and is normally lead with the concertmaster. Significantly bigger than most chamber orchestras, the Prague Chamber Orchestra uses 36 players. It presents …

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Kocian Quartet

The Kocian Quartet has earned the reputation among the foremost Czech string quartets of its time. Its repertory is usually broad, encompassing requirements by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, aswell as mainstream Czech functions by Dvorák, Smetana, Janácek, and Martinu, and little-known fare by Pavel Haas and Hans Krása. Nonetheless it …

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Vaclav Smetacek

Conductor Vaclav Smetácek may possibly not be as well referred to as his contemporaries Rafael Kubelik or Vaclav Neumann, but he was probably one of the most conspicuous influential Czech music artists from the twentieth hundred years. Created in Brno, Smetácek was an oboe participant and founded the Prague Blowing …

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Pavel Haas

One of the Czech composers to have already been first sent from the Nazis to Theresienstadt (Terezin in Czech) and later on to his loss of life in Auschwitz, Pavel Haas was undeniably gifted. Leoš Janácek’s reward pupil, he previously experienced hardships before he was delivered to Theresienstadt. After learning …

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Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda

Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda was a music director and violinist in Germany through the 1st half from the nineteenth hundred years and a composer who appeared more important at that time than his following place ever sold indicates. His provided name is at Czech, Jan Krtitl Vaclav Kalivoda, the greater familiar …

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Jan Josef Ignác Brentner

Bohemian composer Jan Josef Ignác Brentner (sometimes called by his Germanized name of Johann Joseph Ignaz) was created, and died, in Dobrány, Bohemia, where his dad once served as mayor, now in the Czech Republic. What we realize about him comes mainly from period he spent in Prague, from 1717 …

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Jakub Hrusa

Conductor Jakub Hrusa served for 3 seasons as affiliate conductor from the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and upon departure took on 3 conducting content simultaneously, one seeing that associate conductor from the highly respected Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. And all of this emerged before his 25th birthday! At that time …

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Pavel Haas Quartet

The Pavel Haas Quartet, formed in 2002, is becoming its generation’s representative of the tradition of great Czech string quartets. It requires its name from that of Czech composer Pavel Haas, who passed away in Auschwitz in 1944. The founding people had been violinists Veronika Jaruskova and Kateřina Gemrotová, violist …

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Jarmila Novotná

Jarmila Novotná became a superstar, respected from the leading music artists of her period, first in European countries and later in the us. Although Novotná’s lyric soprano didn’t quite match in pure loveliness to its owner’s appearance, it had been amply appealing and always in the service of the unusually …

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