ZELENKA FESTIVAL PRAGUE – DRESDEN
J. D. ZELENKA – FROM THE SECULAR VOCAL COLLECTION
Peter Zajíček – Artistic director
Gabriela Eibenová, Lenka Cafourková – soloists
19/10/2016 at 19:30 – Rytířský sál (The Knight Hall), Velkopřevorský palác, Prague
The programme drawn up of Zelenka’s unknown treasure of his own secular vocal collection includes pieces from J. A. Hasse, N. Porpora, A. Lotti a G. Giacomelli.
J. D. ZELENKA – ALCUNE ARIE
The Czech premiere of Zelenka’s collection of Italian arias
Marek Štryncl– Artistic director
Gabriela Eibenová, Lenka Cafourková, Kamila Mazalová, Roman Hoza – soloists
20/10/2016 at 19:30 – Rytířský sál (The Knight Hall), Velkopřevorský palác, Prague
In this unique composition you encounter Zelenka as a supreme composer who could exceptionally handle opera style.
ZELENKA CONFERENCE PRAGUE
Janice B. Stockigt, Andrew Frampton (Australia), Wolfgang Horn, Claudia Lubkoll, Michael Maul, Clemens Harasim, Ansem Hartinger (Germany)
21/10/2016 from 10:00- 17:00 – Library of the Department of Music History of the Ethnological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Puškinovo náměstí 9, Prague 6
Zelenka festival Prague offers a one-day conference where the well-known Zelenka researchers will present their unpublished findings about Zelenka’s work and his life. The aim of the Zelenka Conference is to create a platform which would give publicity to the results of the contemporary research on Zelenka abroad. Concurrently, it should bring in inspiration to restart the reasearch of Zelenka’s work which has been standing still for many years in the Czech Republic.
J. D. ZELENKA – MISERERE & MISSA DEI FILII
Frieder Bernius – conductor
Emanuel Fluck (Prague)
Johannes Hill (Dresden)
22/10/2016 at 19:30– Kostel U Salvátora, Salvátorská street, Prague 1
23/10/2016 at 17:00 – Annenkirche, Dresden
The Kammerchor Stuttgart and Ensemble Inégal common project performed by German conductor Frieder Bernius, legendary rediscoverer of Zelenka’s works. The programme consists of two Zelenka’s finest works, Missa Dei Filii ZWV 20 and Miserere C-minor ZWV 57.
The festival is organized by Ensemble Inégal with the financial support of the City of Prague, Ministry of Culture and the Czech-German Fund for the Future.
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