FB   Twitter   You Tube

Events Calendar

By Year By Month By Week Today Search Jump to month
  • 22
    Tuesday
    March
    2016
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    Händel: Messiah

    Easter Concert
    Season 2015 | 16

    22 03

    Händel: Messiah

    Prague
    Season 2015 | 16
    22
    Tuesday
    March
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Rudolfinum

    Händel: Messiah

    The Messiah is an iconic work not only among Handel’s own compositions. For generations of composers and listeners, it has become the archetype of the oratorio genre. Despite its triumphal first performance in Dublin in 1742, the Messiah had to struggle to win over London audiences. Not until 1750 did it become a regular part of the charity concerts for the Foundling Hospital. The humanist message of the work then became the basis of Handel’s quickly spreading, almost mass, fame.
    Marie-Sophie Pollak  soprano
    Raffaele Pe  alto
    Krystian Adam  tenor
    Benoit Arnould  bass
    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks  conductor

    G. F. Händel
    Messiah HWV 56
    Close
  • 28
    Monday
    March
    2016
    Dresden
    Germany

    Händel: Messiah

    Easter Concert
    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden

    28 03

    Händel: Messiah

    Dresden
    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden
    28
    Monday
    March
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Annenkirche

    Händel: Messiah

    The Messiah is an iconic work not only among Handel’s own compositions. For generations of composers and listeners, it has become the archetype of the oratorio genre. Despite its triumphal first performance in Dublin in 1742, the Messiah had to struggle to win over London audiences. Not until 1750 did it become a regular part of the charity concerts for the Foundling Hospital. The humanist message of the work then became the basis of Handel’s quickly spreading, almost mass, fame.
    Marie-Sophie Pollak  soprano
    Raffaele Pe  alto
    Krystian Adam  tenor
    Benoit Arnould  bass
    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks  conductor

    G. F. Händel
    Messiah HWV 56
    Close
  • 20
    Wednesday
    April
    2016
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    Season 2015 | 16

    20 04

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    Prague
    Season 2015 | 16
    20
    Wednesday
    April
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Prague Crossroads

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    From 1707 to 1710, Handel gained experience in the promised land of music, Italy, where he spent one of the happiest periods of his life. Italy bowed down before the art of the young German. His successes in the most important centres of opera, including Venice, Naples, and Florence, were harbingers of his dazzling future career. Youthful exuberance, inexhaustible imagination, and virtuosity burst forth from each bar of the music Handel composed in Italy.
    Raffaella Milanesi – soprano
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    G. F. Händel
    Concerto grosso d moll op. 3 č. 5 HWV 316
    (Largo) – Allegro – Adagio – Allegro ma non troppo – Allegro

    „Armida abbandonata“ HWV 105

    Concerto grosso a moll op. 6 č. 4 HWV 322
    Larghetto affetuoso - Allegro - Largo e piano - Allegro

    „Donna, che in ciel" HWV 233

    „Ero e Leandro“ HWV 150
    Close
  • 21
    Thursday
    April
    2016
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    Season 2015 | 16

    21 04

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    Prague
    Season 2015 | 16
    21
    Thursday
    April
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Prague Crossroads

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    From 1707 to 1710, Handel gained experience in the promised land of music, Italy, where he spent one of the happiest periods of his life. Italy bowed down before the art of the young German. His successes in the most important centres of opera, including Venice, Naples, and Florence, were harbingers of his dazzling future career. Youthful exuberance, inexhaustible imagination, and virtuosity burst forth from each bar of the music Handel composed in Italy.
    Raffaella Milanesi – soprano
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    G. F. Händel
    Concerto grosso d moll op. 3 č. 5 HWV 316
    (Largo) – Allegro – Adagio – Allegro ma non troppo – Allegro

    „Armida abbandonata“ HWV 105

    Concerto grosso a moll op. 6 č. 4 HWV 322
    Larghetto affetuoso - Allegro - Largo e piano - Allegro

    „Donna, che in ciel" HWV 233

    „Ero e Leandro“ HWV 150
    Close
  • 22
    Friday
    April
    2016
    Dresden
    Germany

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden

    22 04

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    Dresden
    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden
    22
    Friday
    April
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Annenkirche

    Händel: Il delirio amoroso

    From 1707 to 1710, Handel gained experience in the promised land of music, Italy, where he spent one of the happiest periods of his life. Italy bowed down before the art of the young German. His successes in the most important centres of opera, including Venice, Naples, and Florence, were harbingers of his dazzling future career. Youthful exuberance, inexhaustible imagination, and virtuosity burst forth from each bar of the music Handel composed in Italy.
    Raffaella Milanesi  soprano
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks  conductor

    G. F. Händel
    Concerto grosso d moll op. 3 č. 5 HWV 316
    (Largo) – Allegro – Adagio – Allegro ma non troppo – Allegro

    „Armida abbandonata“ HWV 105

    Concerto grosso a moll op. 6 č. 4 HWV 322
    Larghetto affetuoso - Allegro - Largo e piano - Allegro

    „Donna, che in ciel" HWV 233

    „Ero e Leandro“ HWV 150
    Close
  • 03
    Tuesday
    May
    2016
    Berlin
    Germany

    Baroque splendour of sound

    Concert

    03 05

    Baroque splendour of sound

    Berlin
    Concert
    03
    Tuesday
    May
    2016
    8.00 pm
    Berlin

    Baroque splendour of sound

    The Prague Baroque orchestra Collegium 1704 and the vocal ensemble Collegium Vocale directed by Václav Luks have earned an outstanding reputation on the early music scene within just ten years. The two Czech groups will now be performing for the first time in the Originalklang series – with ceremonial vocal works by the two Dresden court music directors Johann David Heinichen and Jan Dismas Zelenka, as well as Johann Sebastian Bach’s cantata “In allen meinen Taten”.
    Hana Blažíková – Soprano
    Kamila Mazalová – Contralto
    Václav Cížek – Tenor
    Tomáš Král – Bass

    COLLEGIUM 1704
    COLLEGIUM VOCALE 1704
    VÁCLAV LUKS

    Johann David Heinichen – Concerto a 7 in G major S 214
    Johann Sebastian Bach – Cantata In allen meinen Taten BWV 97
    Jan Dismas Zelenka – Missa Omnium Sanctorum in A minor ZWV 21
    Close
  • 04
    Wednesday
    May
    2016
    Schaffhausen
    Switzerland

    Bachfest Schaffhausen

    Concert

    04 05

    Bachfest Schaffhausen

    Schaffhausen
    Concert
    04
    Wednesday
    May
    2016
    7.30 pm
    St. Johann Church

    Bachfest Schaffhausen

    The Prague Baroque orchestra Collegium 1704 and the vocal ensemble Collegium Vocale directed by Václav Luks have earned an outstanding reputation on the early music scene within just ten years. The two Czech groups will now be performing for the first time in the Originalklang series – with ceremonial vocal works by the two Dresden court music directors Johann David Heinichen and Jan Dismas Zelenka, as well as Johann Sebastian Bach’s cantata “In allen meinen Taten”.
    Hana Blažíková – soprano
    Kamila Mazalová – alto
    Václav Čížek – tenor
    Jaromír Nosek – bass

    COLLEGIUM 1704
    COLLEGIUM VOCALE 1704
    VÁCLAV LUKS – conductor


    J. S. Bach – Kantate In alle meinen Taten BWV 97
    J. D. Heinichen – Concerto a 7 in G
    J. D. Zelenka – Missa omnium sanctorum ZWV 21
    Close
  • 17
    Tuesday
    May
    2016
    Schwetzingen
    Germany

    Schwetzinger festspiele

    Concert

    17 05

    Schwetzinger festspiele

    Schwetzingen
    Concert
    17
    Tuesday
    May
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Schwetzingen rokoko theater

    Schwetzinger festspiele

    The stage is set for the musical town of Schwetzingen! Spring, summer, autumn and winter - Schwetzingen offers a celebration of classical music for every season. The "Schwetzingen Festival", the biggest radio festival for classical music in the world, in spring, is followed by the biennial "Mozart Summer". In autumn, the Mozart Society hosts the "Schwetzinger Mozartfest®", and in the cold season, the Heidelberg theatre and its "Winter in Schwetzingen Baroque Festival" take place at the summer residence.
    COLLEGIUM 1704
    COLLEGIUM VOCALE 1704
    VÁCLAV LUKS – conductor

    Johann Sebastian Bach – Komm, Jesu komm BWV 229
    Johann Sebastian Bach – Jesu meine Freude BWV 227
    Jan Dismas Zelenka – Responsoria pro hebdomada sancta ZWV 55
    In monte Oliveti
    Omnes amici mei
    O vos omnes
    Tristis est anima mea
    Caligaverunt oculi mei
    Sepulto Domino
    ***
    Domenico Scarlatti – Stabat Mater a 10 voci
    Close
  • 02
    Thursday
    June
    2016
    Prague
    Czech republic

    Prague Spring

    Concert

    02 06

    Prague Spring

    Prague
    Concert
    02
    Thursday
    June
    2016
    8.00 pm
    Rudolfinum

    Prague Spring

    The Prague Baroque orchestra Collegium 1704 and the vocal ensemble Collegium Vocale directed by Václav Luks have earned an outstanding reputation on the early music scene within just ten years.
    This time you will have the cahnce to see this two groups with world firstclass countertenor Andreas Scholl.
    Andreas Scholl – countertenor

    COLLEGIUM 1704
    VÁCLAV LUKS – conductor

    Henry Purcell – The Fairy Queen, suita
    Henry Purcell – If Music Be the Food of Love
    Henry Purcell – Sweeter than Roses (Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country)
    Henry Purcell – Evening Hymn: ‘Now that the sun hath veil’d his light’
    Henry Purcell – Abdelazer, suita
    Henry Purcell – Dido’s Lament: ‘When I am Laid in Earth’ (Dido & Aeneas)
    Henry Purcell – Hail, Bright Cecilia
    Henry Purcell – Cold Song: ‘What Power Art Thou?’ (King Arthur)
    Henry Purcell – Welcome to All the Pleasures: ‘Here the Deities Approve’ – Ode For Saint Cecilia’s Day
    Henry Purcell – Pavane & Chaconne pro smyčce a basso continuo g moll
    Henry Purcell – O Solitude, My Sweetest Choice!
    Henry Purcell – Music for a While (Oedipus)
    Henry Purcell – King Arthur, suita
    Henry Purcell – Fairest Isle (King Arthur)
    Close
  • 08
    Wednesday
    June
    2016
    Rouen
    France

    Collegium 1704 in Rouen

    Concert

    08 06

    Collegium 1704 in Rouen

    Rouen
    Concert
    08
    Wednesday
    June
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Rouen

    Collegium 1704 in Rouen

    The traditional guest of festivals of early music, Collegium 1704 and Collegium Vocale 1704, has renewed in recent years the interest of early music in Czech audience. Mainly by restoring the work by Jan Dismas Zelenka.
    In addition to Zelenka we will hear the motet Stabat Mater by Domenico Scarlatti or Miserere by Neapolitan composer Leonardo leo.
    Under the baton of Václav Luks all these gems of Baroque church music will sound in acoustic made for them - church.
    Collegium 1704
    Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    Jan Dismas Zelenka – Responsoria prohebdomada sancta (extraits)
    Leonardo Leo – Miserere a due cori
    Domenico Scarlatti – Stabar Mater
    Close
  • 14
    Thursday
    July
    2016
    Český Krumlov
    Czech republic

    Filippo Mineccia: Händel, Lotti, Gasparini

    Concert

    14 07

    Filippo Mineccia: Händel, Lotti, Gasparini

    Český Krumlov
    Concert
    14
    Thursday
    July
    2016
    7.30 pm
    Baroque theater in Český Krumlov

    Filippo Mineccia: Händel, Lotti, Gasparini

    Concert in the Baroque theater in Český Krumlov is held to celebrate the anniversary of this theater. Collegium 1704 will perform in cooperation with italian countertenor Filippo Mineccia. The programe is composed by arias from the greatest compositors of this time such as G. F. Händel, F. Gasparini, G. M. Capelli, A. Ariosti, G. Bononcini.
    Filippo Mineccia is a charismatic Italian countertenor who excells at the villainous roles found in Baroque Opera Seria.
    Collegium 1704
    Filipop Mineccia - countertenor

    A. Ariosti – Ouverture from opera Tito Manilo
    G. F. Händel
     – Sorte amor vuol (from opera Rinaldo)
    G. F. Händel – Ogni tua bella stilla (from opera Rinaldo)
    G. F. Händel – Preggio è sol d´ un alma forte (from opera Rinaldo)
    A. Lotti – Ouverture from opera Giove in Argo
    A. Lotti – Eh mio Re!, L´incauto che non teme (from opera Ascanio)
    F. Gasparini
     – Vezzosetta tra queste (from opera Astianatte)
    G. M. Capelli – Piaccia agli astri (from opera Giulio Flavio Crispo)

    G. F. Händel – Ouverture from opera Ottone
    A. Ariosti – Nel tuo figlio e nel tuo sposo (from opera Ciao Marzio Coroliano)
    G. F. Händel – Bel labbro beato (from opera Ottone)
    G. F. Händel – Mora Cesare mora, L´empio sleale (from opera Julius Caesar)
    G. Bononcini – Fortuna, O della sorte (from opera Farnace)
    J. A. Hasse – Ouverture from opera Astarto
    L. Vinci – Tra lo spendor del torno (from opera Didone Abbandonata)
    M. A. Giay – Barsene, Non fidi al mar che freme (from opera Demetrio)
    Close



  • 2014 2015 2016 2017

    Stay in touch

    Search

    FB Twitter You Tube flickr gr Pro cleny
    Collegium 1704 o. p. s. Mánesova 813/4, 120 00 Praha 2 Tel: +420 246 052 456 E-mail: info@collegium1704.com