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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
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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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