Viewers enjoy the 'flash mob' dance performance for International Dance Day, The Piazzetta, Prague, Apr 29, 2015. (Photo: M Matz)
Fifteen musicians and one administration worker from The Czech Philharmonic, injured in a bus accident while returning from March performances in Vienna, are now all recovering in good condition. Orchestra spokesperson Kateřina Motlová told Opus Osm that 'Some of them still have to do some rehabilitation exercises but everything seems to be going fine.' The concert schedule was not affected, but the accident is still being investigated.
Czech violinist Josef Špaček has released a new album on the Supraphon label. For background information on Josef Špaček - Dvořák, Suk, Janáček Violin Concertos, click on the black "Re:Source" tab at the top of the page.
The 'Smrt Kmotřička' exhibit on the topic and influence of death in the arts has been prolonged at The Czech Museum of Music. It opened in June 2014 and runs through June 14, 2015.
Sun, May 3: Prague Mixed Choir, Wadachi Choir, Czech Museum of Music, 7 pm, donation.
Tues, May 5: E Pavlů, soprano, P Goodson, piano, American Spring Festival, Church of Evangelical Czech Brethren, 60 Korunni St., 2:30 pm, donation.
Tues, May 5: Prague Guitar Quartet, The Atrium, 7:30 pm, 150 kč.
Wed, May 6: Charles University Women's Chamber Choir, The Czech Museum of Music, 7:30 pm, donation.
Wed, May 6: R Koubek, piano, The Atrium, 7:30 pm.
Thurs, May 7: Piano evening, The Atrium, 7:30 pm.
Brno: Bach_330, classical music, dance, lighting effects, Tues, May 5, Sal Milosrdných Bratří, 8 pm.
Olomouc: 420People, Fri & Sat, May 8, 9, Divadelní Flora.
Germany - Pavel Haas Quartet: Tettnang, Barockschloss, Rittersaal, May 3; Konstanz, May 8, 10, 13, Konzil.
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