23 Jul 2008 00:00 - 26 Jul 2008 00:00
Czech Music at Kings Lynn Festival
A special occasion to hear Czech National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Libor Pesek and playing Dvorak’s New World Symphony and a coffee concert of young Czech pianist Libor Novacek.
Libor Novacek piano
23 July, 11am / Town Hall / £10.50 (£4 under 18s)
Price inc. coffee & cake served from 10.30am
Haydn: Sonata in F major
Brahms: Four Klavierstück
Liszt: Années de Pèlerinage
This young Czech pianist has rather taken the world by storm and although still in his 20s has been a top prize-winner at numerous international competitions. He has performed as a soloist with orchestras in Europe, the USA and South America and gives regular recitals throughout the UK.
Czech National Symphony Orchestra
26 July, 7.30pm / Corn Exchange
£35, £27 (including wheelchairs), £22, £18 side balconies, £5 standby
Libor Pesek: Conductor
Milos Jahoda: cello
Dvorák: Slavonic Dances
Dvorák: Cello Concerto in B minor, Op.104
Dvorák: Symphony No.9 New World
The Festival is delighted to welcome the Czech National Symphony Orchestra which is widely respected today as one of the busiest symphonic ensembles in Europe. The Orchestra is conducted by fellow countryman Libor Pesek who has enjoyed an international conducting career spanning more than 50 years and in that time has worked with the world’s most prestigious orchestras. To complete the Czech trilogy, the orchestra performs three of Czech composer Dvorák’s most famous pieces, including the New World symphony.
116 Long Acre
WC2E 9PA London
From: 23 Jul 2008 00:00
To: 26 Jul 2008 00:00
Kings Lynn Festival