CZK 400 | 350 (senior citizens 65+) | CZK 100 (students and children up to age 15)
Family ticket CZK 100 per person
Donor’s ticket CZK 2 000
Individual tickets are available from June 14th, 2021.
Meet the performers
Jan Adam — violin
He studied at the Prague Conservatory under prof. Marie Voldanová and graduated in 1998 from AMU in Prague in the class of prof. Jindřich Pazdera. He has been a member of PKF - Prague Philharmonia since its founding in 1994, and four years later he became the principal of the second violin group. He is still in this position. In addition to playing in the orchestra, he also plays chamber music, occasionally performing solo concerts.
Lenka Filová — oboe
Lenka was born in Pardubice, where she studied oboe at ZUŠ by Jan Kolář and at the conservatory by Libuše Voráčová. From the Prague AMU, she graduated in the class of Ludmila Ježová. She worked for ten years as the 1st oboist of the Olomouc Moravian Philharmonia, since 1998 she has been a member of PKF - Prague Philharmonia. In addition to playing in the orchestra, she also performs with her husband, pianist Martin Fila.
Jan Brabec — clarinet
The clarinettist Jan Brabec graduated from the Conservatory in Teplice in Miroslav Maleček’s class and the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague under Vlastimil Mareš. From 1997 he was a member of the PKF — Prague Philharmonia and from 2008 to 2014 he was principal clarinet in the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra. Following a successful audition, he became a member of the Czech Philharmonic in 2014.
Václav Fürbach — bassoon
Václav Fürbach is at present the first bassoonist of the PKF — Prague Philharmonia and the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Prior to that, he occupied the same position in the Brno Philharmonic and the Czech Army Central Band. He first began studying the bassoon at the Military Conservatory in Roudnice and Labem and subsequently at the Prague Conservatory and the Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Alongside playing in orchestras he also devotes himself to chamber music and is a member of the Prague Philharmonia Wind Quintet and the ensemble Juventus Collegium FOK.
Martin Fila — piano
The pianist Martin Fila is a native of Olomouc. He studied at the Faculty of Music of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague with Květoslava Žumárová-Bilinská, graduating in 2001. He also completed a course at the University of the Arts in Berlin with László Simon. Fila enjoys both solo playing, where his focus is on works of the Romantic era as well as contemporary music, and playing in various chamber groups. In 2004 he co-founded the Trio 75 with violinist Jiří Partyka and cellist Jan Keller, and performs with both the Prague Modern ensemble and the Prague Chamber Philharmonic. In 2017, he became Director of the Elementary Art School in Buštěhrad.
Germaine Tailleferre: Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 1
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