The year 2004 was marked by several historical premieres. The festival lasted whole six weeks for the first time in its history, and it was full of foreign and domestic stars. The Australian jazz trumpet player and composer James Morrison, the author of the opening track of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, visited Český Krumlov for the first time. The concert at the exceptional Egon Schiele Art Center also took place for the first time. On the occasion of the thirteenth year, a project of baroque nights was also created.

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