Czech Radio Brno will celebrate its 95th birthday with a great concert

15 May 2019, 1:00
Czech Radio Brno will celebrate its 95th birthday with a great concert

Czech Radio Brno will celebrate its 95th anniversary with a great concert at the Brno Water Reservoir. In the concert will appear bands such as Moravia Brass Band, Gustav Brom's Radio Big Band led by Vlado Valovič, Ondřej Gregor Brzobohatý and a number of others. 

A whole lot of actors and musical legends, such as Karel Höger, Oldřich Nový and Jožka Černý and crowds of others have passed through the Brno radio studios. This radio now celebrates its anniversary and therefore it decided to organise a great concert. At the beginning of the evening, Moravia Brass Band will perform – it is a  musical ensemble consisting of 30 musicians playing mostly wind instruments. The soloists will be Anna Slováčková and Petr Bende. In the second part of the show, a Big Band associated with the Brno radio studios will be introduced, namely the Gustav Brom's Radio Big Band led by Vlado Valovič. Together with them Zuzana Gamboa, Andrea Zimányiová and Ivana Regešová will appear as soloists. One of the artists working together with the radio Big Band is Ondřej Gregor Brzobohatý, who is preparing a grand piano show especially for this celebration held at the Brno Water Reservoir. The evening will culminate in the first fireworks show of this year's Ignis Brunensis festival.

The birthday concert is announced to take place on 1 June at 19:00 at the Brno Water Reservoir.

Moravia Brass Band / Photo from archive of the band

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