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January 27, 2014 – St Agnes Convent
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ALFRED BRENDEL – Between Dread and Laughter

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ALFRED BRENDEL / between dread and laughter  The Legendary Alfred Brendel Puts On a Cine-Meeting in Prague March 31 – April 7, 2014 The Austrian pianist Alfred Brendel, one of the most distinguished musicians of the 20th century, is also well known as a poet, essayist, and film connoisseur. He has given concerts in Prague many times. Last year, thanks to the kind invitation by Prague Music Performance Institute and Festival, we had a chance to see him in yet another role. In two lectures, he presented his two books about music: Schubert’s Last Sonatas, a APianist’s Alphabet. His serious as well as humorous insight into the world of music met with a most hearty welcome from both the general public and experts. Mr. Brendel is returning to Prague, this time to share his passion for movies. Again, by the invitation of Prague Music Performance, and in collaboration with Czech National Film Archives and the Austrian Cultural Forum in Prague, Alfred Brendel will personally introduce each of his 14 most favorite movies. He named his cine-meeting held in the Ponrepo Theater  between March 31 and April 7 “Between Dread and Laughter”. The grotesque, humor, dread and horror, and the combination of […]
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Leon Fleisher

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Bravo for the Prague Music Performance! A wonderful idea in an incomparable city. Leon Fleisher
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The Year of Czech Music Galaconcert

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Ticket sales and reservations: Ticketpro, Ticketportal, Via Musica
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Andrei Gavrilov

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The magic was created by most dedicated team I have ever seen in my life – they are passionate art lovers, warm hearted humans who simply add to carry on with what they have created in Prague this year – the atmosphere of love, peace, happiness and highest level of education Andrei Gavrilov
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Paul Badura-Skoda

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Prague Music Performance is a great festival! It brings many young musicians from all countries to Prague. They receive much more than music: they get a glimpse of our old European culture. I warmly recommend this organization! Paul Badura-Skoda
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Tamás Vásáry

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Today there are thousands of festivals and it is difficult to excell from the lot. Prague Music Performance is one of very few of it! Jan Bartos and his team are so commited that it is guarantee for the future of this undertaking. Besides of master classes by world renowned musicians they organize student concerts and it helps to young musicians to let themselves known for the public. The hospitality here is unparallel and atmosphere for work and leisure are exemplary. I think that Czech Republic can be very proud of this festival Tamás Vásáry
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Jiří Bárta

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Prague has long needed international master classes and workshops of such high quality. Jiří Bárta
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Ivan Klánský

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International festival Prague Music Performance bring to Prague outstanding artists from all over the world. Ivan Klánský
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Phantasm

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January 27, 2014 – St Agnes Convent, 19.30 Tickets and online reservations: Ticketpro Ticketportal Via Musica  PHANTASM Phantasm, an award-winning consort of viols, was founded in 1994 by Laurence Dreyfus and has become recognised as the most exciting viol consort active on the world scene today. The ensemble catapulted into international prominence when its debut CD of works by Henry Purcell won a Gramophone Award for the Best Baroque Instrumental Recording of 1997. Since then, the consort has travelled the world over, performing in festivals and on concert series in cities such as Prague, Tokyo, Istanbul, Helsinki and Washington DC. Recent engagements have included the Barcelona Early Music Festival, the Bergen International Festival, the Lufthansa Early Music Festival in London, Mazovia Baroque in Warsaw, the Stockholm Early Music Festival, Brussels’ Palais des Beaux Arts and Ghent’s De Bijloke hall. Their fourteen recordings have also won consistent praise, and several have received awards, including a Gramophone Award in 2004 for the music of Orlando Gibbons, finalist for CD of the Year. Their first recording on the Scottish LINN label (named Gramophone’s Record Label of the Year in 2010) was devoted the consort works of the 17th-century composer John Ward and was […]
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The Crimson ProjeKCt

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European Tour 2014 March 27, 2014 8pm, Archa Theater,Na Poříčí 26, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
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Beethoven / Schubert Institute

  September 9, 2015 SCHUBERT: DIE WINTERREISE Roman Janál – voice / Norbert Heller – piano Villa Pelle, 7pm     May 11, 2015 SCHUBERT: COMPLETE WORKS FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO Atis Bankas – violin / Norbert Heller – piano Villa Pelle, 7pm   October 28 – November 3, 2013 BEETHOVEN / SCHUBERT INSTITUTE WITH LEON FLEISHER 1 Week Program Solo Piano and Chamber Ensembles (piano & strings) Faculty: Leon Fleisher, Martin Ballý, Norbert Heller October 31 Leon Fleisher: Beethoven/Schubert Master class St. Lawrence Church – 16.00 November 1 Leon Fleisher: Beethoven/Schubert Master class St. Lawrence Church – 16.00 October 31 – SOYEON PARK – PIANO RECITAL, St. Lawrence Church, 20.00 2011 Ivan Moravec Award Winner Program: Ligeti, Debussy, Beethoven, Schubert November 1 –  ARIEL LANYI/LUISA CANEPA – BEETHOVEN/SCHUBERT PIANO RECITAL St. Lawrence Church, 20.00
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Leon Fleisher

BEETHOVEN/SCHUBERT INSTITUTE
LEON FLEISHER MASTER CLASSES
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Czech Music Institute

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  November 30, 2014 CZECH IT OUT! Lecture-Recital about Czech music and history Jan Bartoš – piano, Jan Starý – speaker NAT Studio, Bangkok May 6, 2014, 7.30pm THE YEAR OF CZECH MUSIC GALA CONCERT Church of St. Simon a Juda Josef Špaček – violin Tomáš Jamník – violoncello Jan Bartoš – piano Program: Smetana, Dvořák, Martinů, Kabeláč     1 Week Programs: Piano/Strings/Chamber Ensembles/Voice   Faculty: Martin Ballý, Ivan Klánský, Norbert Heller, Jan Bartoš, Petr Maceček, members of Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Talich Quartet, Dvorák Trio, Czech Trio Czech Music Institute include:  7 master class/coachings with a members of PMP faculty. You may register for one or more additional coachings with a selected faculty member for an additional fee (see Application & Fees) Participation in a public solo live performances on stage in one of Prague’s most prominent concert halls chamber music Concerts, lectures, movies, access to other classes, free tours practice studios
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Vocal Institute

October 28 – 31, 2013 Faculty: Paolo De Napoli Vocal Institute includes: 4 master classes with Paolo De Napoli Piano accompanist for your master classes and rehearsals Participation in a public live performance on stage in one of Prague’s most prominent concert halls Free tour of the beautifully preserved Estate Theater, the stage where – among others – Mozart’s operas Don Giovanni and Titus had their world premieres.
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Paolo de Napoli

Paolo de Napoli Singing teacher / vocal coach (Firenze, Italy). Wherever Paolo De Napoli travels, he is followed by his students from Italy, Germany, Austria, Baltic countries, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Russia, Croatia, and Argentina, including the principals from Staatsoper Munich, Paris Opera, Glyndebourne, Teatro Real Madrid, Berlin Staatsoper, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, and other theaters. Paolo de Napoli has been engaged for vocal and repertoire coaching by opera houses in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Tokyo, Riga, Tallin, Vilnius, Minsk, Zagreb, and others. He has been working with Czech opera houses in Prague, Brno, Ostrava since 1996. He was an Associate Professor of  voice with University of South Carolina in the USA, lead classes with Cortona and Anghiari Summer Opera Studios. Presently, Paolo de Napoli has been engaged as an artistic advisor to Riga Opera, and the the director of vocal studies at the Japan Art Society of Tokyo leading regular masterclasses there. Mr. De Napoli studied singing with soprano Toti del Monte in Venice and baritone Carlo Tagliabue in Milan. He took masterclasses with baritones Gino Bechi, Rolando Panerai, Tito Gobbi, Giuseppe Taddei, tenor Alfredo Kraus and soprano Magda Olivero.
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