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25 Jan 2013 13:05

Czech Series: Academy Symphonic Wind

For this year’s chamber music festival The Royal Academy of Music focus on the great heritage of Czech music, featuring works composed over less than a century. The rhythms, melodic patterns and idioms of Czech folk culture are never far away, whether in the fully-fledged romanticism of Smetana and Dvorak, the idiosyncratic individualism of Janacek, or the rhythmic complexity of Martinu. Uninhibited and sometimes unrefined emotional intensity is at the core of this great music, and finding both connections and contrasts will doubtless be one of the fascinations of the series. This event is part of the Czech Series of concerts at The Royal Academy of Music.

Keith Bragg conductor
Jesus Maria Sievers Fernandez piano

Janacek Capriccio for Piano (left hand) and Winds
Tom Floyd new work (world premiere)

Free, no tickets required.

Website link: http://www.ram.ac.uk/events?event_id=1640



Friday 25th January, 1.05pm
Keith Bragg conducts Academy Symphonic Wind in concert focusing on the great heritage of Czech music, as part of this year’s chamber music festival.
Free, no tickets required
Website link: http://www.ram.ac.uk/events?event_id=1640

Thursday 31st January, 7.30pm
The Bernadel Quartet perform Dvorak’s Second Piano Quartet and Smetana’s Piano trio, two key masterpieces of Czech romanticism.
Tickets £7 (concessions £5)
Website link: http://www.ram.ac.uk/events?event_id=1650

Tuesday 5th February, 1.05pm
Academy students perform Dvorak’s Terzetto op.74 and String Quartet no.2 in G, op.77.
Free, no tickets required
Website link: http://www.ram.ac.uk/events?event_id=1655

Tuesday 12th February, 1.05pm
Three late chamber works that typify Janacek’s uniquely searching and spontaneous romanticism. 
Free, no tickets required
Website link: http://www.ram.ac.uk/events?event_id=1664

Monday 18th February, 7.30pm
Academy students present a contrasting programme of Dvorak’s Quartet no.12, op.96, ’American‘ and Janacek’s String Quartet no.2, ‘Intimate Letters’.
Dr David Fligg will give a pre-concert talk at 6.30pm on why Gideon Klein and Hans Krasa were the true successors to the musical tradition of Dvorak and Janacek.
Tickets £7 (concessions £5)
Website link: http://www.ram.ac.uk/events?event_id=1680

Friday 22nd February, 7.30pm
The Artesian Quartet perform a programme of Dvorak, Smetana and Martinu.
Tickets £7 (concessions £5)
Website link: http://www.ram.ac.uk/events?event_id=1694

Friday 1st March, 1.05pm
Academy students perform Dvorak Piano Quintet in A, op.81.
Free, no tickets required
Website link: http://www.ram.ac.uk/events?event_id=1704



Duke’s Hall, Royal Academy of Music, Marylebone Road, London NW1 5HT


25 Jan 2013 13:05


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