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Czech Chamber Music Society ⬩ Czech Saxophone Quartet
Martinů Hall in Liechtenstein Palace is coloured a shade of blue, but it will be full of the golden syncopations of the Czech Saxophone Quartet. The wind instruments invented by Adolph Sax will play music of the Renaissance (arrangements, of course) and contemporary works.
Claudio Monteverdi / arr. Zdenko Kašpar
Io mi son giovinetta, SV 86
Johann Sebastian Bach / arr. Zdenko Kašpar
Prelude and Fugue No. 22 in B flat minor, BWV 867
Georg Friedrich Händel / arr. Pierre Hamon
Suite No. 1 in F major, HWV 348 “Water Music”, selections
“In furto est opus dolo”, from the opera Endymio
Gothic Suite, selections
Intrada, Andante rubato
Že by? (Might It Be?)
Šumění deště (The Patter of Rainfall)
Jaroslav Mangl / Jaroslav Kopáček / arr. Jiří Toufar
Dva roky jezdím bez nehod (I’ve been driving two years without an accident)
Eduard Parma / arr. Jiří Toufar
Path to the Stars
Blues from the Jazz Suite (Esquisses)
Czech Saxophone Quartet
Roman Fojtíček saxophone
Radim Kvasnica saxophone
Otakar Martinovský saxophone
Michal Kostiuk saxophone
David Eben saxophone
Academy of Performing Arts — Martinů Hall
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The sale of individual tickets for subscription concerts (orchestral, chamber, educational) will begin on Wednesday 7 June 2023 at 10.00 a.m. Tickets for the public dress rehearsals will go on sale on 13 September 2023 at 10.00 a.m.
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