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Presentation of Mahler-Jihlava 2015 Music Festival
HIGHLIGHTS of the Mahler-Jihlava 2015
May, 18th 19,00 DKO Bedřich Smetana - My country
June 11th 15,00 Gustav Mahler Park in Jihlava Tableau Vivant
June, 26th 19,00 Church sv. Kříže, Jihlava Gustav Mahler - Das Lied von der Erde
All lovers of the opera and balet will have a great oportunity to enjoy very rare repertoir during this season of the Mahler Jihlava festival. On the June 12 they can visit the performance of Bohuslav Martinů - Theatre Behind the Gate, H. 251 - opera/balet in three acts.
Opening conducted by Pešek
The Gala Opening concert of the Mahler Jihlava festival 2013 will be performed under the baton of the leading European conductor Libor Pešek!
Programme 2013 revealed
You can follow the programme of the Mahler Jihlava - the Music of Thousands festival in the programme section of our webpage!
The ‘Music of Thousands’ end-of-festival concert at Klosterneuburg near Vienna
Barbora Polášková with Miroslav Sekera
On Thursday 18th October the final concert of the ‘Music of Thousands’ Mahler Festival in co-operation with the Vienna Czech Centre took place, given by Barbora Polášková and the pianist Miroslav Sekera at Klosterneuburg near Vienna. The concert was at the same time part of an International series in support of young artists, organised by the Stift Klosterneuburg whose representative introduced the gala occasion.
The ‘Music of Thousands’ festival is displaying its activities and, most importantly, its plans for the future years in the Czech Centre’s windows at No.17 Herrengasse in Vienna during November. Since the festival concerts at Jihlava and other places in the Highlands on the Czech-Moravian border have been attracting more and more visitors from Austria, it is hoped that the information displayed at the Czech Centre will prove useful. Music at the Klosterneuburg concert included very successful performances of solo piano compositions (Bedřich Smetana’s On the Seashore and Zdeněk Fibich’s recently discovered Variations in B flat major), as well as song cycles by Alma Mahler-Werfel, Gustav Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder and Antonín Dvořák’s Gypsy Songs – a work which had its first ever performance in Vienna in 1881. And it was the performance of the Dvořák that was greeted with shouts of bravo and rhythmic clapping from the audience who were rewarded by Barbora Polášková with an effective encore from Carmen. The concert represented a brilliant international conclusion to this year’s – the eleventh – annual festival ‘Music of Thousands’ – Mahler Jihlava 2012.
Barbora Polášková and Miroslav Sekera in Vienna
Ouverture 1812 vy Tchaikovsky was performed on the festive opening concert at Mahler Festival