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The second season of the Meeting Brno 2017 festival is connected with the celebration of the Czech-German Spring. The festival will ceremonially open with the launching of the Meeting Brno Point installation on Moravské náměstí Square and a concert by the Brno Philharmonic.      more

This third year of the festival will offer concerts of Czech and international interpreters, films and two screenings accompanied by live music.  more

This Friday at the building site of the Janáček Cultural Centre a memorial box will be placed with writings recording the period of the building of the concert hall.  more

The end of the season is approaching and the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra has only two subscription programmes to present. The first of these will be Views of the Past by the former child prodigy Polina Osetinskaya, and after that the Season Soloist with British classics, in which this year’s season soloist, Matthew Barley, will perform.  more

Melodies interwoven with the poetry of Jewish poets from the interwar a war periods in the spaces of Interiér NEST. The works of the Brno native Pavel Haas, Viktor Ullman, Hans Krása and Gideon Klein will be heard. Part of the musical-commemorative programme will be the world premiere of the composition Mea Culpa by Jiří Miroslav Procházka. The programme is loosely based on the idea of the Year of Reconciliation from 2015.  more

The professional folk ensemble Ondráš is looking for new members for its dance group and the orchestra of folk instruments.  more

International Dance Day will be celebrated by Brno’s ballet together with guests on the piazzetta in front of the Janáček Theatre. Aside from performances it will be possible to visit a dance Open Class led by members of the ballet company.  more

The app is the work of Tomáš Jelínek and will be available for downloading free, and it will be presented for the first time at the Dark Blue Festival.  more

The Brno group Anatoli focuses on the interpretation of Greek traditional music and the genre of rebetiko. The group has been playing for more than five years, and during that time a number of musicians of a wide variety of nationalities have passed through its ranks while its core has always been made up of Brno Greeks. The new album in the Stará Pekárna club.  more

The National Theatre Brno Ballet will be performing the work of the Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Sleeping Beauty is returning to the Brno stage for the third time.  more

Leaving aside the upcoming September bonus of the concert by Diana Krall, none other than Chick Corea with his stellar trio concluded Jazzfest this year. Together with Brian Blade and Eddie Gomez they brought this year’s event to a luxurious close. more

Thursday’s successful  concert of the Brno Philharmonic in Besední dům was sure to please virtually everyone, listeners of different ages and tastes. And the enthusiasm was felt in the hall, even though the piano was sometimes played with the entire width of the forearm.  more

The Brno singer and author Jana Jun Šrámková claims that the name of their new album Ve vlasech (In Hair) has nothing to do with her profession of hairdressing. And it is true that more than scissors or curling tongs in this case hair is linked to the wind, which is penetrating and was already blowing on Jana’s previous album Nahá (Naked). However in the lyrics of the new disc it is water rather than wind that is the important constant. In individual songs rapids, paddles, boats and the ocean appear. But that is not the most important information. Although words are important in Jana’s compositions, the new album continues in the line established by the previous discs Intimně (2010) and Nahá (2014). Above the story is feelings, drawing with syllables, misty scenery, sketched with voices and coloured in by other instruments.  more

The retro comedy musical Viki kráčí za štěstím (which might be translated as Viki Seeks Her Fortune), premiered in the Brno Municipal Theatre, in many ways represents a journey back in time. He audience returns to the work of Milan Uhde and Miloš Štědroň, which has now been supplemented by the work of the composer Karel Cón. On the surface it is an excursion into a true story which took place at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, or the era of the swinging music of the sweet sixties. The same creative team led by director Juraj Nvota that was introduced five years ago on the same stage with the romantic musical Divá Bara now parades in front of the audience again.  more

The Jazzfest festival is coming to an end and after refreshment from the Czech and European scene came the genuine, almost classic American blues. The seventy-two-year-old giant Steve Gadd came to Brno with the guitarist Michael Landau, bass guitarist Jimmy Johnson, trumpeter Walt Fowler and on the piano and Fender Rhodes was Kevin Hayes.  more

We spoke with the trumpeter, arranger and bandmaster of the Brno big band B-Side Band on the occasion of the 10th birthday of this remarkable orchestra. Among other things the B-Side Band celebrated this anniversary with three concerts in Brno’s Sono Centre.  more

The parade of European and world saxophonists at this year's Jazzfest Brno festival stylishly concluded with virtuoso technique and inventiveness linking the various branches of jazz - the respected Austrian sideman and soloist Harald Harry Sokal with his Groove trio and the New York legend Chris Potter, who led his Quartet on the stage of the Sono Centre with his latest project - the album The Dreamer Is The Dream.  more

As happened last year, this year’s Easter Festival of Religious Music, with the subtitle of ‘Witness’, ended with the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra and the Czech Philharmonic Choir Brno. The Church of St. John on Minoritská street resounded to a work that was very close to the main theme of the festival – the story of Paul of Tarsus in the shape of Mendelssohn’s oratorio St. Paul.  more

The classical ballet Sleeping Beauty in four parts (prologue and three acts) by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was performed by the National Theatre Brno on the stage of the Mahen Theatre.  more

In the week before Easter JazzFest entered its second half. Another series of concerts linking various forms of jazz from traditional through jazz-rock to funk begun with an evening of Brno and Prague jazz legends in CED Husa na provázku and followed by a double concert of the Jiří Šimek guitar trio and the stellar Poogie Bell Band with their unmistakeable (and resounding) frontman on his drum kit.  more

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Le Comte Ory

26/05/17, 19:00 / Mahen Theatre


26/05/17, 19:00 / Hudební scéna Městského divadla Brno (Music Theatre)

Jolly Joker & The Plastic Beatles of the Universe

26/05/17, 19:30 / Mersey Music Club

Piano recital

26/05/17, 19:30 / Koncertní sál HF JAMU v Brně (Cancert Hall of the Faculty of Music, JAMU Brno)

The Steepwater Band (USA)

26/05/17, 20:00 / Old Bakery Music Cafe (Stará Pekárna)

PÁ7EK vol.4 w/ Pjoni & Čáry Života & Residents

26/05/17, 22:00 / Kabinet múz (The Cabinet of Muses)

Children of the Paradise

27/05/17, 14:00 / Bobycentrum Concert Hall

Live from the MET

27/05/17, 18:15 / Reduta Theatre

Listening Guide: Leoš Janáček's Sinfonietta
with Jakub Hrůša