27th season
contemporary music series S

Musical Delicacies from PKF or Concert as a Reward

Musical Delicacies  from PKF or Concert as a Reward

Fanfares for Four Flutes (2016)
Suite in an earlier style for Violin and Viola (2004)
Bassoon-style Duo under a Working Title (2020)
Instincts, Trio for Horn, Cello and Piano (2019)
Romanza and Favad for Viola, Cello and Piano
Stringendo for Two Violins and Viola (2014)
Somewhere, music for animated film, for piano, cello and guitar (2017, a concert suite rev. 2020)
Ping – pong for Two Soloists and Referee (2018)

Petr Wajsar
Jana Kmiťová
Miloš ORSON Štědroň
PKF — Prague Philharmonia chamber soloists and guests

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22. June 2021, 7.30 pm
CZK 400 | 300 (seniors 65+) | CZK 100 (students and children under 15) | family ticket: CZK 100 per person | donor’s ticket: CZK 2000


The final concert in the Contemporary Music Series will bring delicacies created by the young generation of composers, or: What you have not heard in the season and must-hear!

Petr Wajsar

Composer and arranger, whose work spans classical, jazz, popular and incidental genres. He collaborates with many leading ensembles and institutions, writes film music and signature tunes, and music for theatre shows. For the film Hastrman he received the Czech Lion 2018 prize. The vocal group ‘Skety’ is also among his collaborators. For the National Theatre New Scene in Prague, he and the linguist Pavel Novotný composed an opera-recital Travestie (2019) that maps the tram journey between Liberec and Jablonec nad Nisou.

Miloš ORSON Štědroň

Composer, librettist, pianist, educator, multidisciplinary artist; writes chamber and orchestral music, incidental music, operas, melodramas. His main domain is music for theatre shows -  his music was heard at the National Theatre, Goose on a String Theatre, Theatre on the Balustrade and others. He has garnered numerous prestigious awards. His Velvet Havel (Theatre on the Balustrade) dominated the Theatre Critics Prize in 2014, receiving prizes in five categories. In December 2017 the National Theatre in Prague premiered his opera Don Hrabal, for which he also wrote the libretto.

Jana Kmiťová  

Slovak composer, poet, painter, living in Vienna. She graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava and Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna, and took part – with success – in noted composition masterclasses around the world (France, Switzerland, Austria, and Japan).


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