In the organizer's words:

Talk concert on MiloslavKabeláč.Born in Prague, he studied music theory and composition with Alois Hába and Erwin Schulhoff.Due to his marriage to a Jewish musician, he was banned from working and performing during the German occupation. He was also banned from appearing in public as a conductor. Although he was also suppressed under Stalinist cultural policy, today he is considered one of the most important Czech composers of the 20th century. He died in Prague in 1979.


Two pieces for violin and piano op. 12 (1942) I. Balada - II. Capriccio

Music for a puppet show for violin, cello and piano (1944)

Lullaby for violin and piano (1944)

A movement for violin, cello and piano (1944)

One Movement for Violin and Piano (Slow) (1944)

Sonata for violoncello and piano op. 9 (1941-1942)
I. Passacaglia - II. Fantasia - III. Scherzo - IV. Allegro energico


Markéta Janoušková, violin | Simone Drescher, violoncello
Robert Kolinsky, piano
Stefan Lang in conversation with Elisabeth Hahn

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Price information:

3 concerts 35 €/ reduced 20 € 1 concert 15 €/ reduced 15 €


Wilhelm-von-Humboldt-Saal Unter den Linden 8 10117 Berlin

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