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Conductor Jakub Hrůša wins ICMA award for new CD
Czech conductor Jakub Hrůša has won the International Classical Music Award (ICMA) in the Symphonic Music category, the ICMA announced […]
Lucie Kaňková will sing the Queen of the Night in six cities during tour in Japan
The Czech coloratura soprano Lucie Kaňková is going on tour with the Hungarian State Opera, which will export its production […]
Olga Jelínková sings in the premiere of the opera about water fairies “Undine” in Leipzig
The premiere of the new production of Albert Lortzing’s fairytale opera will take place this Saturday, October 29, with a […]
Autorevole Jaroslav Prus quale Martin Bárta, dalla voce con qualche asprezza metallica, ma potente, adatta come il suo gesto scenico alla parte del nobile altezzoso.
Věc Makropulos, La Fenice, GB Opera Magazine
Ester Pavlů introduced herself to the audience for the first time under the conductor Jiří Bělohlávek with Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in a role „old woman“ in Czech premiere of Bohuslav Martinu opera „What Men Live by“ in Prague concert hall Rudolfinum. This performance was nominated by International Opera Awards in a category “Rediscovered work 2015“.
„Ivo Kahánek is a great pianist!”
– Sir Simon Rattle
Kateřina Motlová studied law and communication. She specialises in the promotion of classical music and cooperates with the most important cultural institutions and orchestras in the Czech Republic such as the National Theratre in Prague or the Czech Philharmonic. Handles client-focused public and media relations for artists, organisations on a long-term basis and takes on a limited number of stand-alone projects. Delivers strategic and focused communications campaigns across broadcast, print and new media. Manages international media activity for key clients as well.About us