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  • 20
    Sunday
    August
    2017
    Warsaw
    Poland

    Festival Chopin and his Europe

    Concert

    20 08

    Festival Chopin and his Europe

    Warsaw
    Concert
    20
    Sunday
    August
    2017
    5.00 pm
    Witold Lutosławski Studio of the Polish Radio

    Festival Chopin and his Europe

    Within the 13th. international festival Chopine and his Europe will Collegium 1704 and Václav Luks with two great pianist Alexei Lubimov and Olga Pshchenko perform Concerto for two pianos of one of the best czech composers Jan Ladislav Dussek. 
    Alexei Lubimov - piano
    Olga Pashchenko -
     piano
    Collegium 1704

    Václav Luks - Conductor

    Jozef Elsner - Ouverture Andromeda
    J. L. Dusík - Double concerto for 2 pianos op. 63
    W. A. Mozart - Symphony No. 41 in C major, K. 551 Jupiter
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  • 21
    Monday
    August
    2017
    Warsaw
    Poland

    Festival Chopin and his Europe

    Concert

    21 08

    Festival Chopin and his Europe

    Warsaw
    Concert
    21
    Monday
    August
    2017
    9.00 pm
    The Church of the Holy Cross

    Festival Chopin and his Europe

    Within the 13th. international festival Chopine and his Europe will Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704 perform Requiem of Jan Dismas Zelenka conducted by Václav Luks who is focused on Zelenka´s work. The performance will be placed at the Church od the Holy Cross, which is beautiful place for sacral music in the center of Warsaw.
    Kateřina Kněžíková - soprano
    Aneta Petrasová - alto
    Luciana Mancini - alto
    Václav Čížek - tenor
    Jan Martiník - bass
    Yannis François - bass
    Michał Dembiński – bass

    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704

    Václav Luks - 
    conductor

    J. S Bach - Ich habe genug BWV 82 
    J. D. Zelenka - Invitatorium to the Officium defunctorum ZWV 47
    J. D. Zelenka
     - Requiem D Dur ZWV 46
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  • 24
    Thursday
    August
    2017
    Chaise-Dieu
    France

    Festival de La Chaise-Dieu

    Concert

    24 08

    Festival de La Chaise-Dieu

    Chaise-Dieu
    Concert
    24
    Thursday
    August
    2017
    2.30 pm
    ABBATIALE SAINT-ROBERT

    Festival de La Chaise-Dieu

    Within the 51st. year of the music festival in french town Chaise-Dieu will Collegium 1704 and Collegium Vocale 1704 perform Jan Dismas Zelenka´s Requiem. A motet and a cantata by Georg PhilippTelemann - which, as we know, knew Zelenka - complete this fine program.
    Kateřina Kněžíková - soprano
    Luciana Mancini - alto
    Aneta Petrasová - alto
    Václav Čížek - tenor
    François Yannis - bass
    Michał Dembiński - bass
    Georg Finger - bass

    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks - dirigent

    J. D. Zelenka - Invitatorium to the Officium defunctorum 
    J. D. Zelenka - Requiem in D major 
    Telemann - Grand Motet, 'Deus, judicium tuum' 
    Telemann - Cantata 'Drei sind, die da zeugen im Himmel' 
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  • 06
    Wednesday
    September
    2017
    Ostrava
    Czech Republic

    St. Wenceslav Music Festival

    Concert

    06 09

    St. Wenceslav Music Festival

    Ostrava
    Concert
    06
    Wednesday
    September
    2017
    5.00 pm
    Church of Virgin Mary the Queen

    St. Wenceslav Music Festival

    In the already XIV. year of St. Wenceslas Music Festival will be performed one of the most famous and beautiful sacred work of classicism - Requiem from W. A. Mozart. This piece will be played by Collegium 1704 and Collegium Vocale 1704.
    Olga Jelínková - soprano
    Aneta Petrasová - alto
    Václav Čížek - tenor
    Jaromír Nosek- bass

    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks - conductor

    W. A. Mozart - Requiem
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  • 02
    Monday
    October
    2017
    Dresden
    Germany

    Missa Omnium Sanctorum

    J. D. Zelenka
    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden

    02 10

    Missa Omnium Sanctorum

    Dresden
    Music Bridge Prague – Dresden
    02
    Monday
    October
    2017
    7.30 pm
    Annenkirche

    Missa Omnium Sanctorum

    A confrontation of two different musical settings of the text of the ordinary of the Mass by two geniuses, each of whom represents a distinctive world of sacred music. While the essence of Bach’s music is grounded in the Lutheran tradition, Zelenka’s final setting of the Mass represents an immensely virtuosic, emotionally charged style based mainly on the Italian Catholic tradition enhanced by Zelenka’s originality and breathtaking inventiveness.
    Alena Hellerová - soprano
    Aneta Petrasová - alto
    Václav Čížek - tenor
    Jaromír Nosek - bass 



    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks - conductor

    J. S. Bach — Missa in g BWV 235
    J.D. Zelenka — Missa Omnium Sanctorum ZWV 21
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  • 03
    Tuesday
    October
    2017
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    Missa Omnium Sanctorum

    J. D. Zelenka
    Season 2017 | 18

    03 10

    Missa Omnium Sanctorum

    Prague
    Season 2017 | 18
    03
    Tuesday
    October
    2017
    7.30 pm
    Rudolfinum

    Missa Omnium Sanctorum

    A confrontation of two different musical settings of the text of the ordinary of the Mass by two geniuses, each of whom represents a distinctive world of sacred music. While the essence of Bach’s music is grounded in the Lutheran tradition, Zelenka’s final setting of the Mass represents an immensely virtuosic, emotionally charged style based mainly on the Italian Catholic tradition enhanced by Zelenka’s originality and breathtaking inventiveness.




    Alena Hellerová - soprano
    Aneta Petrasová - alto
    Václav Čížek - tenor
    Jaromír Nosek - bass 



    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks - conductor

    J. S. Bach — Missa in g BWV 235
    J.D. Zelenka — Missa Omnium Sanctorum ZWV 21




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  • 17
    Friday
    November
    2017
    Montréal
    Canada

    Festival Bach Montréal

    Concert

    17 11

    Festival Bach Montréal

    Montréal
    Concert
    17
    Friday
    November
    2017
    7.00 pm
    Maison symphonique de Montréal

    Festival Bach Montréal

    Collegium 1704 and Collegium Vocale 1704 will perform Bach´s Mass in B minor like the opening concert of the Montréal Bach Festival. The festival is dedicated to work of the timeless genius Johan Sebastian Bach and as well as works of his contemporaries who have been influenced by Bach.
    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704

    Hana Blažíková - soprano
    Sophie Harmsen soprano
    Benno Schachtner - alto
    Václav Čížek - tenor 
    Tomáš Král - bass
    Jaromír Nosek - bass

    Johann Sebastian Bach - Mass B minor BWV 232
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  • 26
    Sunday
    November
    2017
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    Sing unto the Lord

    J. S. Bach, G. F. Handel
    Season 2017 | 18

    26 11

    Sing unto the Lord

    Prague
    Season 2017 | 18
    26
    Sunday
    November
    2017
    7.30 pm
    Rudolfinum

    Sing unto the Lord

    The tradition of cultivation of the motet reaches far back into the Middle Ages, and during the Baroque period, the choral motet was at its zenith primarily in the music of German and French composers. The programme, consisting of works by the three greatest German composers of the High Baroque, juxtaposes J. S. Bach’s achievement as the ultimate master of the art of the German motet, Telemann’s “Grand motet” in the French style, composed for the select company of the Parisian Concert Spirituel, and Händel’s masterpiece uniquely combining the Italian musical style with English traditions and the composer’s German roots.



    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks - conductor






    G. P. Telemann — Grand motet „Deus judicium tuum” TWV 7:7
    G. F. Händel — Chandos Anthem no. 2, „In the Lord I Put My Trust” HWV 247
    J. S. Bach — moteto „Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied” BWV 225
    J. S. Bach — moteto „Jesu, meine Freude” BWV 227
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  • 12
    Tuesday
    December
    2017
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    Selva morale e spirituale

    C. Monteverdi
    Season 2017 | 18

    12 12

    Selva morale e spirituale

    Prague
    Season 2017 | 18
    12
    Tuesday
    December
    2017
    7.30 pm
    Rudolfinum

    Selva morale e spirituale

    The last collection of sacred compositions with Latin and Italian texts by Claudio Monteverdi is the musical testament of the seventy-four-year-old composer and a compendium of his artistry and experience as a whole. Monteverdi’s unique feel for illustration of the text and for vocal virtuosity, his perfect mastery of traditional compositional techniques, and his breathtakingly original melodic invention and experimental audacity make each of the works of this collection a unique gem.




    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks - conductor

    C. Monteverdi — ​​Selva morale e spirituale
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  • 31
    Sunday
    December
    2017
    Prague
    Czech Republic

    Eternal Fire

    New Year's Eve Concert
    Season 2017 | 18

    31 12

    Eternal Fire

    Prague
    Season 2017 | 18
    31
    Sunday
    December
    2017
    4.00 pm
    Rudolfinum

    Eternal Fire

    Italian tastes were the predominant influence on the music cultivated at the Dresden court, and the influence of the modern Neapolitan style is also unmistakable in the late works of Jan Dismas Zelenka. A copy of the magnificently conceived Dixit Dominus for double choir by one of the most famous Neapolitan composers, Leonardo Leo, was made for use by the Dresden court church near the end of the Zelenka era, and the work is to be heard in its modern-era world premiere. Just as magnificently luminous as Leo’s psalm setting are Bach’s celebratory cantatas representing the music of another important musical center of Saxony — Leipzig.




    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks - conductor






    L. Leo​ — ​​Dixit Dominus a 2 cori
    new world premiere
    J. D. Zelenka​ — ​​Litaniae Lauretanae „Consolatrix afflictorum" ZWV 151
    J. S. Bach — „Nun ist das Heil und die Kraf” BWV 50
    J. S. Bach — „O ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung der Liebe” BWV 34



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