Prominent Czech harpist Kateřina Englichová and solo flautist of the Brno Philharmonic Petr Pomkla on the rendezvous with W. A. Mozart, C. Debussy and G. Fauré in the Temple of Diana – also called as Rendez-vous.
Johann Georg Leopold Mozart (1719–1787)
Die Jagd (The Hunt)
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767)
Sonate for flute No. 2 in C major, TWV 41:C5 (Essercizii musici)
1. Adagio – Allegro – Adagio – Allegro, 2. Larghetto, 3. Vivace
František Antonín Rössler-Rosetti (1750–1792)
Sonate for harp in Es major
1. Allegro assai, 2. Romance. Adagio non tanto, 3. Rondo. Allegretto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Sonate for flute and harp in F major, KV 13
1. Allegro, 2. Andante, 3. Menuetto primo – Menuetto secondo
Alphonse Hasselmans (1845–1912)
Follets, caprice étude for harp, Op. 48
Feuilles d’automne, Op. 45: Sérénade mélancolique
La source, étude for harp, Op. 44
Johannès Donjon (1839–1912)
Etudes de salon for flute, IJD 2
Claude Debussy (1862–1918)
Suite bergamasque, L 75.
1. Prélude, 2. Menuet, 3. Clair de lune, 4. Passepied
Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924)
Fantaisie, op. 79
KATEŘINA ENGLICHOVÁ – Harp
After she graduated from the Prague Conservatoire, Kateřina Englichová was provided the Fulbright award for studies at Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia. In summer 2017, she graduated from Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” in Berlin. She was collaborating with many prominent artists and ensembles from the Czech Republic (Josef Suk, Pavel Šporcl, Ivan Ženatý, Martin Kasík, Vilém Veverka, Škampa Quartet, Pražák Quartet, Pavel Haas Quartet, Ensemble Inégal, Prague Philharmonic Choir, Prague Philharmonic Children’s Choir or Boni Pueri) as well as from abroad (Mstislav Rostropovich, Carol Wincenc, Gerard Causé, Cindy Phelps, Robert Davidovici, Michael Kofler). Also, she is laureate of many musical awards worldwide. Kateřina Englichová’s solo career includes performances with conductors Jakub Hrůša, Jiří Bělohlávek, Zdeněk Mácal, Kaspar Zehnder, Petr Vronský, Ondřej Kukal or Pietari Inkinen. For many years, she performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra and was therefore conducted by Simon Rattle, Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, Wolfgang Sawallish, Michael Tilson-Thomas or Seiji Ozawa. She provided master classes in the USA (Juilliard School of Music, Curtis Institute od Music), Canada, Great Britain (The Royal Academy of Music), Hong Kong, Luxembourg and Italy (harp seminar in Santuario di Crea). She runs a course at the Ameropa festival every summer and participate in many international music competitions’ juries (Italy, Canada, USA, Czech Republic). Kateřina Englichová is also engaged in contemporary classical music and was dedicated by compositions from many composers – Sylvia Bodorová, Jiří Gemrot, Zdeněk Lukáš, Jan F. Fischer, Eric Sessler, Christopher Coleman, Karel Janovický, Jindřich Feld or Luboš Sluka to name a few.
PETR POMKLA – Flute
He graduated from the Conservatoire of Music and the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno. Further, he studied at l’Ecole Normale de musique de Paris (certified musician in 1989) and in Nice and Zürich (under the mentorship of Alain Marion, Christian Larde and Alexander Magnin). His solo career includes performances with Czech philharmonic orchestra from Brno, Hradec Králové, Olomouc, Zlín and Teplice. He also participated in the concerts of Suk Chamber Orchestra, Musici de Praga, South Czech Philharmonic, Moravian Chamber Orchestra, Czech Virtuosi and the orchestra of Yehudi Menuhin Foundation – Paris. In the past, he was a member of Orchestre de Jeunes de toute l’Europe (Paris) and Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester (Vienna). From 1992, Petr Pomkla is the first flutist of the Brno Philharmonic and the chamber orchestra Czech Virtuosi. He performs at the chamber recitals with guitar, harp, piano and string quartet. He used to teach the flute at the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno. Nowadays, he teaches at the Evangelical Academy Conservatoire in Olomouc. Throughout his musical career, Petr Pomkla performed as a soloist or chamber player at the numerous concert and music festivals in Europe, Southeast Asia and Japan – Bayreuth, Kuhm, Malaga, Vitoria, Luçon, Saumur, Prague, Brno, Hukvaldy or Ostrava to name a few places.
PARTNER OF THE CONCERT:
|Who||COLLEGIUM MARIANUM |
Jana Semerádová - Artistic leader
|Where||ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH, KATZELSDORF-BERNHARDSTHAL (AUSTRIA)|
|Guest||Additional programme: Lecture at the Winery Obelisk at 3.30 PM |
Theme: Johann II. Liechtenstein
Lecturer: Mgr. Daniel Lyčka.
|Soloists||Patricia Janečková - Soprano|