Vítá Vás hudební portál městohudby.cz

Starting today, the St. James' Ossuary is also open to visitors at night. Throughout August, Friday nights will be dedicated to tours accompanied by the music of Miloš Štědroň that he composed specifically for these spaces.  more

The Brno Philharmonic Orchestra announces that it is currently hiring for the position of the Manager and Head of Marketing. Start date available from September 2016.  more

This year, the 17th annual festival brings five concerts and two cinema concerts showings in the large Šilberk Castle courtyard. Orff's cantata Carmina Burana, Antonín Dvořák's Te Deum and Händel's Messiah will be played. The event will feature performances by Dagmar Pecková, Ondřej Havelka and his Melody Makers, Dan Bárta, the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra and the Czech Philharmonic Choir.  more

Cultural subsidy programmes for the following year have been approved and the deadline for submitting applications is approaching.

A discussion with the Czech composer, conductor and flautist Petr Kotik will take place at the premises of the Institute of Musicology in Brno today. He is the founder of the S.E.M Ensemble and the Ostravská Banda ensemble and artistic director of the Ostrava Festival of New Music - Ostrava Days.  more

The album Jako živý was released by the band Folk Team on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. Along with them, a new CD called Koncert will be launched by AG Flek.

Shakespeare, Beethoven and the tradition of Czech quartets: These are the main topics of already the 21st year of the festival that has just revealed its residing ensemble, which is the world-known Pavel Haas Quartet.  more

The Brno City Theatre (MdB) is advertising for the posts of the main and minor characters in the rock opera the Gospel for Mary staging.  more

Tribute will be paid to Zuzana Navarová by her longtime colleague and friend –the Colombian guitarist and songwriter Iván Gutiérrez, along with the singer Kateřina Reichová and her band.  more

The comical opera of Bohuslav Martinů directed by Vendelína Osvaldová was staged by students of the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts.  more

On the eve of St. Nicholas Day, the Janacek Opera brought the second of the four major premieres of this season to the Janacek Theatre - Smetana's "simple traditional" opera The Kiss (Hubička). After Jenůfa from the beginning of October, this opera closes the premiere offer of the traditional Czech opera for this season; what is more important, however, is that it opens a four-part show of new works by the greatest talents of the rising generation of Czech opera direction.  more

Wise guys, who are versed in every situation, and who know how to fish in turbid waters and come out every time with a profit, are not the only aspect of the Great French Revolution. The Ensemble Opera Diversa held the premiere of a new opera by Miloš Štědroň yesterday which, despite the initial lack of clarity, eventually turned out to be an ironic celebration of political cunning, espionage and managerial skills in dealing with human material.  more

Astronautalis is almost at home both in Europe and the Czech Republic, with concert tours of the singer from Minneapolis coming to us very often. So far it does not seem that anyone would be tired of him, something unexpected can be expected on every album and at every concert. This Friday, Astronautalis will stop by at the Itch My Hahaha Festival, and then two days later in the Lucerna Music Bar in Prague.  more

Srdiečka tiché is the most compact album of the Tady To Máš band – not only in terms of dramaturgy, but also when it comes to mood and vocal expression. The album pays tribute not only to the poet Erik Ondrejiček, but also the beauty and poetry of the Slovak language.  more

The audience treated the vocal recital of Adam Plachetka as a major event. They were led to it immediately by the care provided by the organisers who kindly attended to the concert-goers right in the doorway of the Besední dům concert hall. Adam Plachetka has a reputation as an outstanding singer and he lived up to it in many respects, even though it took him the entire first half of the concert to relax.  more

The Israeli composer and double bassist Avishai Cohen is one of the jazz world's most popular musicians of today. He has stopped in the Czech Republic several times, twice at the JazzFestBrno and most recently at this year's Colours of Ostrava. At the end of November, he will perform in Brno again, but this time it is an exceptional event. The concert is part of Cohen's first tour with the symphony orchestra, so in addition to the usual trio the Brno Philharmonic will also be on the stage in Bobycentrum. Before the Brno performance, we managed to get a few modest answers to several immodest questions from Avishai Cohen.  more

The sixth annual Vocalfest Brno opened yesterday with a performance by the organizer - the Vox Q male chorus. Choruses by Leoš Janáček and Pavel Křížkovský performed by the vocal quartet got an unusual charge brought by the individualities of the individual singers and their mutual harmony. During the entire evening, the audience barely remembered that they might be missing the powerful sound of a large chorus.  more

Fink's last album Hard Believer played a special chord: it excited existing fans and attracted many new ones. It is quite difficult to find a record, the quality of the content of which would hold up from the first to the last song and would maintain a high, not only musical, level from the initial tones to the finish. However, Hard Believer fulfils this without an exception. The complexity and urgency of the music and lyrics permeates the entire record and the desire of the listeners to hear this all live brought Fink to the Czech Republic for the fourth time this year. After Prague, even Brno got its concert.  more

The Vienna State Opera will present its first production of the Makropulos Affair. Not only that the opera of Leoš Janáček will be introduced to this famous opera house but Jakub Hrůša will conduct there for the first time as well. We met two days before the rehearsal started and apart from the upcoming production we talked about working in opera in general. But we also talked about the position of the principal conductor of the Bamberg Symphony, which Jakub Hrůša will occupy starting from next season, and about getting from Brno grammar school to a world famous career as a conductor and finally we talked a bit about dress coats and other clothes. We did not talk about the Sir Charles Mackerras Award, which Jakub Hrůša received from the Leoš Janáček Foundation, but we congratulate him nonetheless!  more

where to go: Interviews Articles Reviews
Add your event
Upcoming events

Eurotrialog Mikulov

26/08/16, 17:30 / Mikulov Amphitheatre

La Patchanka / Vaňkovka Fest

26/08/16, 19:00 / Galerie Vaňkovka / shopping mall

Michal Pelant & Band / Vaňkovka Fest

26/08/16, 20:30 / Galerie Vaňkovka / shopping mall

End of summer in Sono

26/08/16, 21:00 / Sono Centrum

Mariánské léto

27/08/16, 11:00 / Marian valley

Dan Bárta & RTB & Brno Philharmonic

27/08/16, 20:00 / Špilberk Castle Courtyard

Children's afternoon / Vaňkovka Fest

28/08/16, 15:00 / Galerie Vaňkovka / shopping mall

Lab Jam Session: Summer edition

29/08/16, 20:00 / Music Lab

Lada Šimíčková / Vaňkovka Fest

30/08/16, 19:00 / Galerie Vaňkovka / shopping mall

Listening Guide: Leoš Janáček's Sinfonietta
with Jakub Hrůša