24 / 07 / 2024 - Wednesday 19:30
A trio of outstanding young Czech soloists Johanna Haniková, Ludmila Pavlová, and Anna Paulová bears the name of one of our most famous painters Alfons Mucha, and also the Scottish-Czech composer Geraldine Mucha. The concert at the Egon Schiele Art Centre will feature an arrangement of her Capriccio for flute, clarinet and piano. Compositions by world composers I. Stravinsky, A. Khachaturian and D. Milhaud will be paired with contemporary Czech composers Kateřina Horká and Ivan Kurz.
Johanna Haniková – piano
Ludmila Pavlová – violin
Anna Paulová – clarinet
Kateřina Horká: Mosaics
Ivan Kurz: Trio Giocoso
Igor Stravinsky: The Soldier’s Tale -Little Suite from a Ballet for clarinet, violin and piano
Darius Milhaud: Suite for violin, clarinet and piano Op. 157b
Geraldine Mucha: Capriccio for Flute, Clarinet and Piano (arr. Daria Kukal Moiseeva)
Aram Khachaturian: Trio in G Minor
Since 2014, the ensemble, named after the painter Alfons Mucha and the composer Geraldine Mucha, has been performing in the Czech Republic and abroad at many European festivals such as Bruno Walter Musik Tage, Wolfsburg Prag-live, Prague Clarinet Days and others.
The three players also perform as individual soloists and are laureates of international competitions such as Prague Spring 2015, New European Talents, Bohuslav Martinů Foundation Competition, International Smetana Piano Competition and Bedřich Smetana Prize.
Český Krumlov Municipal Theatre continues the presents the rich, more than five hundred years of theatre tradition in Český Krumlov. The current theatre building in Horní Street was opened on 22 June 1993 with the performance of John Steinbeck’s play “Of Mice and Men”. Today the theatre is an architecturally and technically modern cultural stand with […]