Arvo Pärt: 5 children's songs for children's choir and piano
Moshe Rasiuk: If only me, for three-part children's choir and piano
Petr Řezníček: Atomus servus pacis for children's choir
Brno Children's Choir, choirmaster Valeria Maťašová
Antonín Dvořák: Russian Songs for Two Female Voices with Piano Accompaniment (selection)
Antonín Dvořák / ed. Leoš Janáček/: Six Moravian duets for mixed choir and piano
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: No cuckoo in the syrom bor / The little cuckoo doesn't sing in the black forest for mixed choir a cappella
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Salutation to Anton Grigorevich Rubinstein / Greeting to Anton Grigorevich Rubinstein for mixed chorus a cappella
César Antonovič Kjuj: Your stich / Your poem for mixed choir and piano
César Antonovič Kjuj: Mystic Choir / Mystic Choir for female choir and piano
Miloš Orson Štědroň: MITELEI for mixed choir, piano and percussion instruments
Kühn's mixed choir, choirmaster Jakub Pikla
The concert of the Brno Children's Choir and Kühn's Mixed Choir features two sets of compositions. The children's choir prepared three compositions by contemporary composers. Petr Řezniček, an important composer from Brno, who in his work focused mainly on choral works, the excellent Estonian composer Arvo Pärt and the Israeli composer Moshe Rasiuk. However, three very different compositions are united not only by the difficulty of interpretation, but also by their exceptional impact.
The Prague Kühn Mixed Choir offers, in addition to the compositions of the Russian romantics of the last third of the 19th century, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and César Antonovich Kjui, as well as the choir of the contemporary composer Rodion Shchedrin. A composition by the contemporary Czech composer Miloš ORSON Štědroná will also be performed.