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Magdalena Kozena and Malcolm Martineau

A recital of one of the best Czech mezzo-soprano in Wigmore Hall.

Brikcius Cello Tour 2007 (UK)

Czech cellist Frantisek Brikcius chose to dedicate his life to the interpretation of cello compositions written by composers of the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st century, with special consideration...

Škampa Quartet with Jiří Hudec

A concert of internationally acclaimed quartet as a part of RNCM Chamber Music Festival 2007 which will be held between Thursday 11-Sunday 14 January 2007 at Royal Northern Collage of Music in...

Audition / Talent Competition – free film night

Konkurs is Milos Forman's debut film and launched what became known internationally as the Czech New Wave. Although made as two seperate 'featurettes', the style and themes were similar and they were...

The Party and the Guests & Romeo, Juliet and Darkness – DVD releases

First DVD releases of Czech films in the new year.

Viktor Kolar

An international exhibition of photographs taken by one of the most significant contemporary Czech photographers –Viktor Kolar.

Something like Happiness - DVD release

Set in a rundown industrial area of Northern Bohemia, where nature is tainted by the effects of acid rain, the film examines the intertwining stories of three families.

Cold War Expo 1945-75

A two day research symposium on the theme of exhibitions as vital forms of cultural exchange and competition during the Cold War, to be held at the V&A Museum on 4th and 5th January 2007. This...

The Plastic People of the Universe

The UK debut of the only rock group to have altered the course of European history. From their formation in Prague in 1968, the PPU were harassed, intimidated and imprisoned by the Communist...

Lisen Theatre: Savitri

Savitri, a puppet shadow play based on an ancient Indian legend.

Alice / Neco Z Alenky

Czech surrealist Svankmajer's superb adaptation of Carroll's 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' is a marvellously grotesque Freudian affair, with Alice - the only human among a truly fantastic array...

Wihan Quartet

Celebrating its 21st birthday this year, the Wihan Quartet retains its founding members and is widely acknowledged as one of the leading quartets to have emerged from the great Czech school of...

Czechoslovak Christmas Fair

The Czech and Slovak Embassies invite you to Czechoslovak Christmas Fair in the Czech Embassy from 3.30pm to 5.30pm where you may be able to purchase 'vanocni cukrovi' Christmas cookies and other...

From Prague to Hollywood: The Cinematography of Miroslav Ondricek

A cinematic homage to Miroslav Ondricek, director of photography. Starting his career on Milos Foreman's Competition, his exquisite camerawork has united such gems as Amadeus, A Blonde in Love,...

Encounters with Leos Janacek

Ewald Osers, translator, will be reading from the book by Frantisek Kozik, newly published by European Literary Club.

Emil Viklický Trio & Yaron Herman

An intriguing complement of keyboard stars – the Czech Republic 's most famous pianist-composer Emil Viklický, who creates a harmonious synthesis as modern jazz meets Moravian folk song, and the...

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

UK tour of the world-renowned Czech Philharmonic Orchestra with its esteemed Musical Director, Jiri Belohlavek and with one of the most phenomenal young pianist in the world, Lang Lang.

The Czech Connection: President Beneš and the Czechoslovak Government

An illustrated talk by BCSA member Neil Rees, author of the book of the same title.

13th William Kenedy Piping Festival – Armagh

William Kennedy Piping Festival started in 1994 to celebrate the memory of the blind 18 th pipe maker from Tandragee, Co. Armagh. It has grown...

Martinu quartet

One of the Czech Republic's leading string quartets, the Martinů Quartet and friends perform for the Raphael Sommer Music Scholarship Trust, set up in his memory by his mother Alice Sommer-Hertz and...

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