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  • 01
    Friday
    January
    2016
    Dresden
    Germany

    Cantatas by J. S. Bach

    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden

    01 01

    Cantatas by J. S. Bach

    Dresden
    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden
    01
    Friday
    January
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Annenkirche

    Cantatas by J. S. Bach

    Whatever musical genre he applied himself to, J. S. Bach left indelible traces. Only the world of opera remained untouched by his genius, and this fact raises an intriguing question: How might opera music composed by J. S. Bach have sounded? We can find the answer to this in his secular cantatas. It is fascinating to trace how a surprising sense of humour is combined with musical illustration of text in Bach’s supreme compositional mastery.
    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    J. S. Bach
    Auf, schmetternde Töne der muntern Trompeten BWV 207a
    J. S. Bach
    Geschwinde, ihr wirbelnden Winde BWV 201
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  • 17
    Sunday
    January
    2016
    Vienna
    Germany

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Concert

    17 01

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Vienna
    Concert
    17
    Sunday
    January
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Wiener Konzerthaus – Resonanzen Festival

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Collegium 17074 and Collegium Vocale 1704 will perform at the Wiener Konzerthaus within the Resonanzen Festival within the tour with Mezzosoprano Ann Hallenberg.

    Handel’s Donna, che in ciel and Telemann’s Die Donnerode (Thunder Ode) are works that were composed in reaction to two of the most destructive earthquakes i n European history, one in Rome, in 1703, the other in Lisbon in 1755. Handel’s Te Deum is an expression of thanksgiving for the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht, in 1713, which ended the bloody war of the Spanish Succession. All three works reflect a fascination with the unconquerable power of nature, and their message is a plea for salvation from the destructive force of earthquakes, both those caused by nature and those caused by men at war.
    Ann Hallenberg – mezzo-soprano

    Céline Scheen – soprano
    Kamila Mazalová – alto
    Aneta Petrasová – alto 
    Alessio Tosi – tenor
    Václav Čížek – tenor
    Lisandro Abadie – bass
    Marián Krejčík – bass

    Collegium Vocale 1704
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    Georg Friedrich Händel – Te Deum in D dur HWV 278 (1713)
    Georg Friedrich Händel – Donna, che in ciel HWV 233 (1707/08)
    Georg Philipp Telemann – Wie ist dein Name so groß (Donner-Ode) TWV 6:3 a–b (1756)
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  • 19
    Tuesday
    January
    2016
    Köln
    Germany

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Concert

    19 01

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Köln
    Concert
    19
    Tuesday
    January
    2016
    8.00 pm
    Kölner Philharmonie

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Collegium 17074 and Collegium Vocale 1704 will perform at Köln Philharmonic within the tour with Mezzosoprano Ann Hallenberg.

    Handel’s Donna, che in ciel and Telemann’s Die Donnerode (Thunder Ode) are works that were composed in reaction to two of the most destructive earthquakes i n European history, one in Rome, in 1703, the other in Lisbon in 1755. Handel’s Te Deum is an expression of thanksgiving for the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht, in 1713, which ended the bloody war of the Spanish Succession. All three works reflect a fascination with the unconquerable power of nature, and their message is a plea for salvation from the destructive force of earthquakes, both those caused by nature and those caused by men at war.
    Ann Hallenberg – mezzo-soprano

    Céline Scheen – soprano
    Kamila Mazalová – alto
    Aneta Petrasová – alto 
    Alessio Tosi – tenor
    Václav Čížek – tenor
    Lisandro Abadie – bass
    Marián Krejčík – bass

    Collegium Vocale 1704
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    Georg Friedrich Händel – Te Deum in D dur HWV 278 (1713)
    Georg Friedrich Händel – Donna, che in ciel HWV 233 (1707/08)
    Georg Philipp Telemann – Wie ist dein Name so groß (Donner-Ode) TWV 6:3 a–b (1756)
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  • 20
    Wednesday
    January
    2016
    Köln
    Germany

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Concert

    20 01

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Köln
    Concert
    20
    Wednesday
    January
    2016
    7.00 pm
    Laeiszhalle Hamburg

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Collegium 17074 and Collegium Vocale 1704 will perform at Laeiszhalle Hamburg (within concert series by NDR Das Alte Werk) within the tour with Mezzosoprano Ann Hallenberg.

    Handel’s Donna, che in ciel and Telemann’s Die Donnerode (Thunder Ode) are works that were composed in reaction to two of the most destructive earthquakes i n European history, one in Rome, in 1703, the other in Lisbon in 1755. Handel’s Te Deum is an expression of thanksgiving for the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht, in 1713, which ended the bloody war of the Spanish Succession. All three works reflect a fascination with the unconquerable power of nature, and their message is a plea for salvation from the destructive force of earthquakes, both those caused by nature and those caused by men at war.
    Ann Hallenberg – mezzo-soprano

    Céline Scheen – soprano
    Kamila Mazalová – alto
    Aneta Petrasová – alto 
    Alessio Tosi – tenor
    Václav Čížek – tenor
    Lisandro Abadie – bass
    Marián Krejčík – bass

    Collegium Vocale 1704
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    Georg Friedrich Händel – Te Deum in D dur HWV 278 (1713)
    Georg Friedrich Händel – Donna, che in ciel HWV 233 (1707/08)
    Georg Philipp Telemann – Wie ist dein Name so groß (Donner-Ode) TWV 6:3 a–b (1756)
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  • 22
    Friday
    January
    2016
    Gent
    Belgium

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Concert

    22 01

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Gent
    Concert
    22
    Friday
    January
    2016
    8.00 pm
    Muziekcentrum De Bijloke

    Händel: Utrecht Te Deum, Telemann: Donnerode

    Collegium 17074 and Collegium Vocale 1704 will perform at Muziekcentrum De Bijloke Gent within the tour with Mezzosoprano Ann Hallenberg. The concert is recorded by Klara Radio.

    Handel’s Donna, che in ciel and Telemann’s Die Donnerode (Thunder Ode) are works that were composed in reaction to two of the most destructive earthquakes i n European history, one in Rome, in 1703, the other in Lisbon in 1755. Handel’s Te Deum is an expression of thanksgiving for the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht, in 1713, which ended the bloody war of the Spanish Succession. All three works reflect a fascination with the unconquerable power of nature, and their message is a plea for salvation from the destructive force of earthquakes, both those caused by nature and those caused by men at war.
    Ann Hallenberg – mezzo-soprano

    Céline Scheen – soprano
    Kamila Mazalová – alto
    Aneta Petrasová – alto
    Alessio Tosi – tenor
    Václav Čížek – tenor
    Lisandro Abadie – bass
    Marián Krejčík – bass

    Collegium Vocale 1704
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    Georg Friedrich Händel – Te Deum in D dur HWV 278 (1713)
    Georg Friedrich Händel – Donna, che in ciel HWV 233 (1707/08)
    Georg Philipp Telemann – Wie ist dein Name so groß (Donner-Ode) TWV 6:3 a–b (1756)
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  • 31
    Sunday
    January
    2016
    Lintgen
    Luxembourg

    Bach: Christmas Oratorio BVW 248

    Concert

    31 01

    Bach: Christmas Oratorio BVW 248

    Lintgen
    Concert
    31
    Sunday
    January
    2016
    5.00 pm
    RMVA (Rencontres Musicales de la Vallée de l'Alzette)

    Bach: Christmas Oratorio BVW 248

    Concert within the Rencontres Musicales de la Vallée de l'Alzette Festival (RMVA) in Luxembourg. Collegium 1704 under the baton of Václav Luks will perform with Ensemble Vocal de Luxembourg.
    Céline Scheen – soprano
    Kamila Mazalová – alto
    Erik Stoklossa – tenor, Evangelista
    Hugo Oliveira – bass

    Collegium 1704
    Ensemble Vocal de Luxembourg
    Václav Luks – conductor

    J. S. Bach – Weihnachtsoratorium BWV 248
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  • 05
    Friday
    February
    2016
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    Purcell: Dido and Aeneas

    Season 2015 | 16

    05 02

    Purcell: Dido and Aeneas

    Prague
    Season 2015 | 16
    05
    Friday
    February
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Rudolfinum

    Purcell: Dido and Aeneas

    This semi-opera, inspired by Vergil’s epic The Aeneid, was continuously the most important English work for the stage until the twentieth century, when Benjamin Britten left his mark in the history of English opera. Purcell was able to combine the libretto with his music in a unique way – his sense of dramatic unity refers back to Shakespearean tradition. The ingenious adaptation of this story from classical antiquity remains to this day a ravishing drama, which captivates us with its timelessness.
    Marie-Claude Chappuis | Dido, mezzo-soprano
    Tomáš Král | Aeneas, barytone
    Yeree Suh | Belinda, soprano
    Sophie Harmsen | Second Woman, Second Witch, mezzo-soprano
    Alžběta Poláčková | First Witch, soprano
    Lisandro Abadie | Sorcerer, bas
    Alex Potter | Spirit, countertenor
    Václav Čížek| Sailor, tenor

    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks
     – conductor

    Henry Purcell
    Dido and Aeneas Z. 626
    Ode to St. Cecilia Z. 328

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  • 17
    Wednesday
    February
    2016
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    Season 2015 | 16

    17 02

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    Prague
    Season 2015 | 16
    17
    Wednesday
    February
    2016
    7.30 pm
    church of St Anne – Prague Crossroads

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    The musical setting of Christ’s suffering and the Crucifixion is most often linked with the name J. S. Bach and his Lutheran passions. But the tradition of performing oratorio-passions also has deep roots in Catholic Italy. One of the most remarkable works of this kind is the St John Passion by Alessandro Scarlatti, a master of Neapolitan opera. The seamless arch of Scarlatti’s music constitutes a fascinating monument to Italian Baroque mysticism.
    Isabel Jantschek – soprano
    Aneta Petrasová – alto
    Julia Böhme – alto
    Václav Čížek – tenor
    Hugo Oliveira – barytone
    Jaromír Nosek – bass
    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    A. Scarlatti
    La Passione secondo Giovanni
    T. Traetta
    Stabat Mater
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  • 18
    Thursday
    February
    2016
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    Season 2015 | 16

    18 02

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    Prague
    Season 2015 | 16
    18
    Thursday
    February
    2016
    7.30 pm
    church of St Anne – Prague Crossroads

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    The musical setting of Christ’s suffering and the Crucifixion is most often linked with the name J. S. Bach and his Lutheran passions. But the tradition of performing oratorio-passions also has deep roots in Catholic Italy. One of the most remarkable works of this kind is the St John Passion by Alessandro Scarlatti, a master of Neapolitan opera. The seamless arch of Scarlatti’s music constitutes a fascinating monument to Italian Baroque mysticism.
    Isabel Jantschek – soprano
    Aneta Petrasová – alto
    Julia Böhme – alto
    Václav Čížek – tenor
    Hugo Oliveira – barytone
    Jaromír Nosek – bass
    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    A. Scarlatti
    La Passione secondo Giovanni
    T. Traetta
    Stabat Mater
    Close
  • 19
    Friday
    February
    2016
    Dresden
    Germany

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden

    19 02

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    Dresden
    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden
    19
    Friday
    February
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Annenkirche

    A. Scarlatti: St John Passion

    The musical setting of Christ’s suffering and the Crucifixion is most often linked with the name J. S. Bach and his Lutheran passions. But the tradition of performing oratorio-passions also has deep roots in Catholic Italy. One of the most remarkable works of this kind is the St John Passion by Alessandro Scarlatti, a master of Neapolitan opera. The seamless arch of Scarlatti’s music constitutes a fascinating monument to Italian Baroque mysticism.
    Julia Böhme  alto
    Hugo Oliveira  baritone
    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks  conductor

    A. Scarlatti
    La Passione secondo Giovanni
    T. Traetta
    Stabat Mater
    Close
  • 26
    Friday
    February
    2016
    Antwerp
    Belgium

    W. A. Mozart, C. M. Weber

    Concert

    26 02

    W. A. Mozart, C. M. Weber

    Antwerp
    Concert
    26
    Friday
    February
    2016
    8.00 pm
    International Art Campus de Singel

    W. A. Mozart, C. M. Weber

    Prague still regards Mozart as its adopted son. And he did enjoy to the full his popularity when he arrived in Prague in 1786. He wrote one of his most dazzling symphonies for his admirers there: the ‘Prague Symphony’. Legend has it that, a few years later, on his way to the coronation of Leopold II, he wrote ‘La Clemenza di Tito’ in his carriage. Carl Maria von Weber’s well-known clarinet concerto completes this programme, with the clarinet in the outstanding hands of Vlad Weverbergh.
    Vlad Weverbergh – clarinet

    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor


    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Ouverture to 'La Clemenza di Tito', KV621
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Symfony No. 38 in D, KV504 'Prague'
    Carl Maria von Weber – Concert for Clariner and Orchestra No. 2 in Es, op. 74
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