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Soon after its founding in 1896, the Czech Philharmonic became the most noteworthy orchestra in its country and, even before the First World War, was building a considerable reputation for itself in concert halls across Europe. Over the course of its more than 120 year history, the orchestra has fostered numerous significant personalities among its ranks.

Soon after its founding in 1896, the Czech Philharmonic became the most noteworthy orchestra in its country and, even before the First World War, was building a considerable reputation for itself in concert halls across Europe. Over the course of its more than 120 year history, the orchestra has fostered numerous significant personalities among its ranks.

7th April 2018

Alexander Gavrylyuk was the Gold Medal winner of the 2005 Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Masters Competition in 2005 and is increasingly in demand for his compelling interpretations. His 2017/18 season includes both a debut with the Czech Philharmonic orchestra and a solo recital within the series of the Czech Chamber Music Society, enabling him to reach both orchestral and chamber music lovers.

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Marco Borggreve
7th April 2018

Alexander Gavrylyuk was the Gold Medal winner of the 2005 Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Masters Competition in 2005 and is increasingly in demand for his compelling interpretations. His 2017/18 season includes both a debut with the Czech Philharmonic orchestra and a solo recital within the series of the Czech Chamber Music Society, enabling him to reach both orchestral and chamber music lovers.

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18th May 2018

The prize winning Arod Quartet was established in 2013 and appointed BBC New Generation Artists in 2017. The quartet have performed at several international festivals including Verbier, Montreux and Aix-en-Provence and in this debut performance at the Prague Spring Festival they will be an integral part of a programme dedicated to young audiences through accessible ticket prices, the chance to attend rehearsals and to meet with the artists after the performances.

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Marco Borggreve
18th May 2018

The prize winning Arod Quartet was established in 2013 and appointed BBC New Generation Artists in 2017. The quartet have performed at several international festivals including Verbier, Montreux and Aix-en-Provence and in this debut performance at the Prague Spring Festival they will be an integral part of a programme dedicated to young audiences through accessible ticket prices, the chance to attend rehearsals and to meet with the artists after the performances.

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8th October 2018

Born in Moscow, Boris Giltburg moved to Tel Aviv at an early age, studying with his mother and then with Arie Vardi. In 2013 he won first prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition and in 2015 began a long-term recording plan with Naxos Records. His performance of Dvorak and Brahms will give him the opportunity to work with colleagues of the Pavel Haas Quartet who understand the passions of Czech audiences in advance of his debut in the Dvořák Hall.

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Sasha Gusov
8th October 2018

Born in Moscow, Boris Giltburg moved to Tel Aviv at an early age, studying with his mother and then with Arie Vardi. In 2013 he won first prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition and in 2015 began a long-term recording plan with Naxos Records. His performance of Dvorak and Brahms will give him the opportunity to work with colleagues of the Pavel Haas Quartet who understand the passions of Czech audiences in advance of his debut in the Dvořák Hall.

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17th January 2019

Prize-winning tenor Patric Grahl, much in demand as an oratorio and concert singer, performs three concerts at the Czech Philharmonic. Since winning first prize at the XX International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition in Leipzig, Grahl has performed with many of Europe’s major symphony orchestras including the Leipzig Gewandhausorchester and London Symphony Orchestra and as part of his residency each concert will be introduced by a pre-concert talk, setting the context for the programme, introducing the music and artists involved.

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17th January 2019

Prize-winning tenor Patric Grahl, much in demand as an oratorio and concert singer, performs three concerts at the Czech Philharmonic. Since winning first prize at the XX International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition in Leipzig, Grahl has performed with many of Europe’s major symphony orchestras including the Leipzig Gewandhausorchester and London Symphony Orchestra and as part of his residency each concert will be introduced by a pre-concert talk, setting the context for the programme, introducing the music and artists involved.

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9th April 2019

Uxía Martínez Botana, double bass soloist, orchestral and chamber musician joins members of the Czech Philharmonic for a performance of Schubert as part of the hall’s new chamber music series. Fulfilling the dream of former chief conductor Jiří Bělohlávek, Uxía Martínez Botana will feature heavily in this project designed to support Czech audiences in the discovery of chamber music.

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Ilya Korotkov
9th April 2019

Uxía Martínez Botana, double bass soloist, orchestral and chamber musician joins members of the Czech Philharmonic for a performance of Schubert as part of the hall’s new chamber music series. Fulfilling the dream of former chief conductor Jiří Bělohlávek, Uxía Martínez Botana will feature heavily in this project designed to support Czech audiences in the discovery of chamber music.

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4th September 2019

International soprano Elena Stikhina joins the Czech Philharmonic and its chief conductor Semyon Bychkov for a performance of the Letter scene from Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin in the Czech Philharmonic’s main concert series. The concert will also be captured on film and available on the Czech Philharmonic website for audiences around the world.

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Ilya Korotkov
4th September 2019

International soprano Elena Stikhina joins the Czech Philharmonic and its chief conductor Semyon Bychkov for a performance of the Letter scene from Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin in the Czech Philharmonic’s main concert series. The concert will also be captured on film and available on the Czech Philharmonic website for audiences around the world.

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7th October 2019

Pianist François Dumont, soloist with many of the great international symphony orchestras, presents three concerts at the Czech Philharmonic showcasing the breadth of piano repertoire. As part of his residency each concert will be introduced by a pre-concert talk, setting the context for the programme, introducing the music and artists involved.

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Régis d’Audeville
7th October 2019

Pianist François Dumont, soloist with many of the great international symphony orchestras, presents three concerts at the Czech Philharmonic showcasing the breadth of piano repertoire. As part of his residency each concert will be introduced by a pre-concert talk, setting the context for the programme, introducing the music and artists involved.

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16th October 2019

Clarinettist Raphaël Sévère takes to the stage for three concerts at the Czech Philharmonic, embracing the opportunity to forge a close relationships with Czech audiences. A soloist with many international orchestras, Sévère is a regular chamber music performer and as part of his residency each concert will be introduced by a pre-concert talk, setting the context for the programme, introducing the music and artists involved.

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Bertrand Béchard
16th October 2019

Clarinettist Raphaël Sévère takes to the stage for three concerts at the Czech Philharmonic, embracing the opportunity to forge a close relationships with Czech audiences. A soloist with many international orchestras, Sévère is a regular chamber music performer and as part of his residency each concert will be introduced by a pre-concert talk, setting the context for the programme, introducing the music and artists involved.

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11th December 2019

International soloist Tamás Pálfalvi performs three concerts at the Czech Philharmonic surveying a wide range of repertoire for the trumpet. As part of his residence each concert will be introduced by a pre-concert talk, setting the context for the programme, introducing the music and artists involved. Pálfalvi will also lead a masterclass with local music students designed to inspire their professional development.

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11th December 2019

International soloist Tamás Pálfalvi performs three concerts at the Czech Philharmonic surveying a wide range of repertoire for the trumpet. As part of his residence each concert will be introduced by a pre-concert talk, setting the context for the programme, introducing the music and artists involved. Pálfalvi will also lead a masterclass with local music students designed to inspire their professional development.

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