Two sold out concerts on Monday and Tuesday will open pianist Tomáš Kačo at Anežské klášter in Prague with a series of piano recitals titled Resonance Hymns, featuring four prominent personalities of the domestic scene. Kačo, who will perform in Prague after three years, has recently been successful at Carnegie Hall in New York. They will present their debut CD as part of the concert My home, CD hosts, among others, Ondřej Gregor Brzobohatý, who also baptized his CD with his wife Taťána at the first concert.
Graduated at the Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava and Prague AMU Kačo graduated from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, which among other things taught to use his Roma roots as a valuable creative resource. In their specific compositional and interpretative style, musicians, musicians, jazz and folk music fit in.
After Katka, Beata Hlavenková will be introduced on March 4th. The cycle will continue on April 8th with the concert of Jan Bartoš, which will be loved by fans of works by world renowned Franz Schubert and Ludwig van Beethoven. Ivo Kahánek, composer of the resonance cycle, concludes with works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Miroslav Kabelache, Leoš Janáček and Beethoven, world-famous pianos.
Concert series Resonance Resonators follows the popular two-year cycle Saleem Ashkar Beethoven Residency. Prepared by C. Bechstein in collaboration with the National Gallery in Prague. More information is available at www.klavirnirecitaly.cz.
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