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Autumn news

Autumn news

Tomáš's symphonic November is marked by the music of Eastern Europe: Suk, Bartók, Martinů, Dvořák and Tchaikovsky. Moreover, Tomáš's new album with Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra featuring late works by Bohuslav Martinů became the Classical Albums of the Week on The Sunday Times.

Apart from the successful production of Mozart's "The Secret Gardener", which is still in repertoire at the Aalto-Theater in Essen, Tomáš's symphonic November is marked by the music of Eastern Europe: after Suk and Bartók with the Niedersächsisches Staatsorchester Hannover and the outstanding violist Nils Moenkemeyer, a pair of evenings with the Essener Philhamoniker, Boris Berezovsky (photo by Rebekka Herrig/TUP) and the music of Tchaikovsky followed. A nice review is here!
In the last week of November, Tomáš will lead the Czech Philharmonic as its Principal Guest Conductor in a trio of subscription evenings, bringing Martinů's Overture, H 345, Dvořák's Legends, and together they will accompany the phenomenal Hungarian pianist Zoltán Fejérvári in Piano Concerto No. 3 by his fellow countryman Béla Bartók.
We are also delighted that Tomáš's new album with Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra featuring late works by Bohuslav Martinů composed between 1953 and 1958 has been chosen as one of the Classical Albums of the Week on The Sunday Times.
The CD teaser

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