Czech Virtuosi

Chamber orchestra Czech Virtuosi under the artistic leadership of Karel Procházka began its concert career more than twenty years ago. Since than they played about 800 concerts presenting pieces of world masters of symphonic, spiritual and opera music, from the Baroque to the present days. However, with many concert in Vienna, for example in Konzerthaus or Schönbrunn, the domain of Czech Virtuosi remains the work of W. A. Mozart. But orchestra can be seen and heard in many more places of the world. Each year Czech Virtuosi receive many invitations to international festivals for example in Netherlands, Italy or Spain. Well-appreciated was also the participation in the Czech Music Festival in Dijon, France, in 2015. Orchestra also carried out three concert tours in Japan in years 2003, 2010 and 2011.

Czech audience could have already enjoyed the performance of Czech Virtuosi at many festivals, such as St. Wenceslas Music Festival or at concerts for example in Rudolfinum or at Prague`s Castle. In orchestra`s hometown Brno are especially popular concerts with Jiří Pavlica and Hradišťan in the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Paul.

Members of the orchestra are the concertmasters and soloists of Orchestra of the Janáček Opera and Brno Philharmonic Orchestra. Czech and foreign artists that have accompanied Czech Virtuosi are for example violinist Esther Yoo or vocalists Milagros Poblador and Nathalia Ushakova. Behind the conductor`s counter stood tens of excellent artists such as Petr Altrichter, Ondrej Lenárd, Sebastien Rouland or Stefan Veselka.

Performances of Czech Virtuosi are also available on CDs. The latest one was created last year with Belgian conductor Eric Lederhandler.



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