Rok koncertu: 2024

Lecture: Freemasons and Enlightenment in the Classical Period

Friday February 23rd, 2024

Masonry and Music at the Turn of the 18th and 19th century   Through many musical examples, the lecutre wants to bring the influence of Freemasonry on culture closer, especially on the music in Moravia during Josephinism and the time of the Napoleonic Wars. We will follow the echoes of these questions during the Biedermeier [...]

Lecture: Lednice Chateau Mystery – Masonic Garden

Friday February 23rd, 2024

The Enlightenment and Garden Art   Lecture of doc. Krejčiřík will not only present the historical development of the Enlightenment gardens abroad (starting with the strict geometric formations and ending with the landscaped park) but will focus primarily on the Lednice-Valtice area and the park extending around the chateau. It is here that a landscape [...]

Educational Concerts for Valtice, Lednice and Břeclav Primary Schools

Friday February 23rd, 2024

  Das Orchester Filharmonie Brno The roots of the Filharmonie Brno go back to the 1870s, when the young Leoš Janáček endeavoured to establish a Czech symphony orchestra in Brno. The works of the famous twentieth-century composer constitute the core of the orchestra’s repertory, and to this day the Filharmonie Brno considers itself to be [...]

LVMF 2024 Final Gala

Thursday February 22nd, 2024

Last 20 years of the Czech Republic’s history have been closely linked to its membership of the European Union. Let us celebrate this anniversary with the European anthem in its original form as part of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony no. 9.   Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava is a sought-after and successful ensemble, with [...]

Freemasonic Symphony

Thursday February 22nd, 2024

Musica Florea and Martina Masaryková will present an evening full of Freemasonic compositions and modern premieres – overture to the opera Osiris, inspired by an ancient Egyptian mythology, J. G. Naumann’s Offertorium from the Valtice music collection, J. D. Holland’s Freemasonic Symphony or an excerpt from The Magic Flute by W. A. Mozart.     [...]

Sweet Jazz o’ Time – Hommage à Duke Ellington

Thursday February 22nd, 2024

Sweet and Dance Music – that is how the music that came to Europe from the USA in the 1920s is usually determined. Come and listen to the compositions of (not only) its leading representative and Freemason Duke Ellington at Mikulov Chateau in an authentic interpretation of Bratislava Hot Serenaders.     Bratislava Hot Serenaders [...]

The Magic Basset Horns

Thursday February 22nd, 2024

Clarimonia Ensemble and Jan Šťastný will present a magical combination of two clarinets, three basset horns and compositions by W. A. Mozart.     Irvin Venyš & Clarimonia Ensemble   Jan Šťastný, narrator Many years ago, one of the most beautiful works of chamber music for clarinet – Mozart’s Adagio KV411 – became the impulse [...]

On the Music Wings of Sibelius

Thursday February 22nd, 2024

Josef Špaček and Miroslav Sekera will resound Lednice Riding Hall with compositions not only by the Freemasonic composers Jean Sibelius and Franz Liszt, but also by L. van Beethoven and Bedřich Smetana.     Josef Špaček Josef Špaček is a violinist whose playing captivates audiences all over the world. Therefore, he ranks among the most [...]

Czech Music without Borders

Thursday February 22nd, 2024

Alinde quintet will resound Mansion Pohansko with foreign-inspired composers: French-influenced Antonín Rejcha, Antonín Dvořák and his stay in America, Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s visit to England. Moreover, the anthem of the United Kingdom has also its place in the programme as the melody pleased Prince Alois so much that it is now used by the whole [...]

Rendez-vous with a King

Thursday February 22nd, 2024

The composition of the important Prussian ruler Frederick the Great alongside his contemporaries, the Freemasons J. G. Graun, C. Ph. E. Bach or C. F. Abel performed by the Collegium Marianum and Jana Semerádová.     Jana Semerádová Flutist Jana Semerádová graduated from the Prague Conservatory, Theory and Performance Practice of Early Music at the [...]