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Outside Prague: Avant-Garde Groups in Czechoslovakia 1928–1944

Antonin Dufek, former Head of Photography at the Moravian Gallery in Brno, Czech Republic, gives a talk on the avant-garde, Surrealist-influenced photographic groups which fl ourished in Mlada...

The Two Widows

This opera presents some of the most life-affirming music Smetana ever wrote. Based on French farce this fun tale of Czech country life in the late 19th century reveals a deep understanding of human...

Ivan Moravec, piano

Ivan Moravec is strongly associated with the music of Czech composer Leos Janacek and his Queen’s Hall recital beatifully balances 20th century pieces by him with those of Chopin and Debussy.

Pavel Haas Quartet

This terrific young quartet takes its name from the Czech composer Pavel Haas, a pupil of Leoš Janáček, who was deported from Czechoslovakia and died in Auschwitz. In 2007 the Quartet was awarded...

Czech Republic @ the Fringe 2008 Party and Launch of the Czech Performance Collection DVD

The official party and launch celebrating the first official Czech national showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe. For invited guests, professionals and the media.

Highlights from the Prague Quadrennial 2007

Photo exhibition illustrating the excitement of the world’s most important exhibition of performance design and space, which, in its 40th anniversary edition transformed Prague into a genuine...

Terne Chave

Touring Europe from Slovakia and Hungary via Italy, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands to Scotland, wherever Terne Clave go, people dance. Today Terne Chave are a band without ethnicity or genre who...

Rostislav Kunovsky

Rostislav Kunovsky is originally from the Czech Republic and has been living in Paris for the last 30 years. This summer, some of his most important works including paintings, drawings and etchings...

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.

Jolly Jumps: No… at the Train Station

Inspired by commedia dell’arte, silent comedy, ballet, pantomime, jazz, swing, step and Monty Python the Jolly Jumps, a physical theatre group from Prague, present their touring show No...At the...

Miroslav Tichy

An exhibition of photographs by Miroslav Tichy coinciding with an exhibition of his work at the Centre Pompidou, Paris.

Pulse Festival 2008

In June 2008, The Pulse Festival is set to return to London for the 4th instalment of their spectacular annual event of musical multi-culturalism. Pulse is a celebration of the growing presence and...

Pueri Gaudents

See the highly acclaimed, 45 strong choir from Prague singing ‘across the globe’ in 8 languages. Only 3 UK performances.

Czech and Slovak Music in London

Students from Czech, Slovak and British Music Colleges performing for the public. Now in its 15th year it is the event is organised by Anglo – Czechoslovak Trust.

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