Live opera is back
Dear classical music lovers,
we are drawing back the curtains from 1st June.
Join Musica non grata for two concerts.
On June 12, from 19.00, the National Theater is introducing the work of the greatest Czech composers. The concert entitled Janáček–Martinů will present The Diary of One Who Disappeared by Leoš Janáček. In the main roles: Michael Zajmi as Zefka and Jaroslav Březina as Janíček, piano by David Švec. The Women's Choir of the National Theater will performed in The Opening of the Wells by Bohuslav Martinů, accompanied by members of the National Theatre Orchestra under the lead of Jaroslav Kyzlink. The recitation is undertaken by Martina Preissová and singing by Ivan Kusnjer. Book your ticket here.
The second concert Brno–Praha–Hollywood will take you around the world following the footprints of the Czech composers. Programme consists of compositions by Pavel Haas, Franz Schreker, Viktor Ullmann, Jaromír Weinberger and E. W. Korngold and will present the diversity of works by composers of Musica non grata project - the work of composers whose lives were more or less affected by the dramatic development of Europe in the first half of the 20th century. Music director Karl-Heinz Steffens, who will lead the State Opera Orchestra, took part in the concert dramaturgy. Jana Sibera performs two arias. Book your ticket here.