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"Bouquet of Flowers" to be staged site-specific in September | 13.8.
The unique project taking place between September 14 - 16 at Prague's Lesser Town cemetery is also a prologue to this year's Bohuslav Martinů Days festival.
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Visit the birth place of Bohuslav Martinů in Polička and join the excursion to his living place - tower of St. James Church! | 1.8.
The excursions will be from 5 to 10 August and you will meet Bohuslav Martinů as a child and his sister Marie!
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Martinů on his way to Argentina! New publication by Jaroslav Mihule in Spanish was published in Argentina. You can read the interview (in Czech)...here... | 28.7.

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120th anniversary of Charlotte Martinů's birth | 21.7.
Monday 21st July 2014 marks the jubilee 120th anniversary of the birth of Charlotte Martinů (née Quennehen), a lifetime companion of the composer who helped establish the Bohuslav Martinů Foundation.
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Jakub Hrůša's reflections #6 | 7.7.
This time on Stravinsky, performing Czech music abroad and the perks of classical music in Japan.
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BBC Music Magazine praises Isserlis' Martinů | 24.6.
Jan Smaczny of BBC Music Magazine praises the recent recording of Martinů's Cello Sonatas 1-3 by Steven Isserlis and Olli Mustonen and claims Isserlis "get to the heart of Martinů".
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Jakub Hrůša's reflections #5 | 10.6.
Fifth instalment of reflections written by Jakub Hrůša, leading Czech conductor and IMC president, this time on successful and numerous performances of Czech music abroad, its media coverage as well as what were the reasons behind "Fantaisies symphoniques".
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Yorkshire's Huddlersfield Singers with | 10.6.
An intriguing programme is to be performed by the chamber choir Huddersfield Singers on June 28 at the Huddlersfield's St Paul's Church (Yorkshire). Conducted by Darius Battiwalla, with Rachel Spencer (violin) and Sue Ogden (piano), the programme consists of major choral and chamber works by Martinů as well as Dvořák, Smetana, Novák and Janáček, as suggests its title - A Czech Bouquet.
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Julia Fischer understands her Martinů! | 31.5.
Frank Kuznik recalls two concerts given by violinist Julia Fischer on her artist-in-residence performance at this year's Prague Spring Music Festival
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Martinů's Cantatas in Prague on 5 June | 27.5.
As part of its 3rd seasonal concert, Prague Philharmonic Choir will perform, under choirmaster Lukáš Vasilek, four Martinů's Cantatas written on verses by Miloslav Bureš. The concert will take place June 5 at 7.30 PM at Rudolfinum, Prague.
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