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The concert takes place on Tuesday, October 29 at p. Valet parking is available. Preceding the concert is a pre-concert talk at p. There are no free rides in this concerto, not even in the slow movement, where enchantingly long passages have to be played in a terrifyingly long single breath. Karel Dohnal, a tireless and enthusiastic promoter of the clarinet as a solo instrument and one of the most respected clarinetists today, performs the Clarinet Concert on this concert.
Dohnal has played to audiences in many countries of Europe, Asia, North and South America, performing in chamber recitals and under the accompaniment of Prague Philharmonia and many others. During his career he has performed in concerts and recordings demonstrating that the technical and expressive potential of the clarinet makes it equally important as the violin, piano or cello, despite that the available repertoire is meager.
Karel Dohnal unveils works that have been neglected, but which deserve to be performed along with other prominent works. He later studied piano at the Paris Conservatoire with Isidore Philipp, after which he studied composition with the great Nadia Boulanger. Written as a student in , his Piano Concertino already showed the mature mixture of wit, poetry, transparent orchestration and well-crafted themes that served him well through his Clarinet Concerto and on into his late concertos of the s.
At present, its roulades in the key of B major are beyond almost any player; but the work is a worthwhile challenge, and the A-clarinet would probably provide the answer. Completed in and first performed the following year, the work premiered in its entirety in Prague on November 5, The Prague Symphony — Symphony No.
Mozart completed Symphony No. Following the enormous success there of his opera Le nozze di Figaro, Mozart had been persuaded to travel to the Bohemian capital where he attended one performance of the opera and conducted another. He brought his new Symphony with him in expectation of performing it while he was there, an event that did take place on January 19 to an ecstatic reception by the citizens of Prague, both for his Symphony and for his piano playing.
His popularity seemed to be declining in Vienna, but he continued to be adored in Prague. Season subscriptions and discounted tickets must be purchased by phone or in person at the Koger Box Office.
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“This concerto is amusing to listen to, at least I hope it is,” wrote composer Jean Françaix
The concert takes place on Tuesday, October 29 at p. Valet parking is available. Preceding the concert is a pre-concert talk at p. There are no free rides in this concerto, not even in the slow movement, where enchantingly long passages have to be played in a terrifyingly long single breath.
Françaix - Clarinet Concerto
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