Mozart’s music like it sounded in his times….
1.9.2006, 19.30 Carolinum
Divertimento F mayor KV 138
Horn Quintet E flat mayor KV 407
Little night music KV 525
OTA BARTOŠ – classicist violin
JAN ŠIMON, JAROSLAV PÁVÍČEK – classicist viola
JOSEF ŠPAČEK – classicist violoncello
ZDENĚK DIVOKÝ – natural horn
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
In 2006 the whole cultural world remembers that it is the 250th anniversary of the birth of W. A. Mozart whose life and work are essentially connected to Prague.
Mozart had a special relationship with Prague and its
people. The audience here celebrated their Figaro with the much deserved reverence he was missing in his hometown
born in 1954, Zdeněk Divoký studied horn at the Brno Conservatoire and the Janáček Academy of Music and Arts under Professor František Šolc. In 1973 he joined the Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra and several years later, in 1979, Zdeněk became a member of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. A laureate winner of competitions in Munich, Markneukirchen and Prague, Zdeněk combines his present position in the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra with a teaching post at the Prague Conservatoire. He is presently a member of the Prague Horn Trio and the Czech Wind Harmony. Recordings for Supraphon, Hänssler, Pony Canyon, Naxos. Under accompaniment of the Czech Chamber Orchestra he has recorded a solo CD "Horn concertos by Antonio Rosetti". He specializes himself for playing on natural horn.
The PRO ARTE ANTIQUA PRAGUE, chamber ensemble of members of the Czech Philharmonic, is one of the most important Czech ensembles, which has chosen to follow the path of authentic early music interpretation.
This ensemble was
founded in 1984 by Jan Simon and it continues the started tradition of the
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