Event calendar 2018

 

Tria Ligna: Clarinet, oboe, bassoon

10/04/2018

At 19:00

Castle Blatna, Old Palace

Brass trio Tria Ligna is composed of students from the Grammar and Music School of Prague and the Prague Conservatory. They have performed concerts at many places in the Czech Republic with great acclaim. All members are laureates at many international competitions held both in the Czech Republic and Europe.

Members: Kateřina Trumpešová – oboe, Adam Pešek – bassoon, Aleš Tvrdík – clarinet

Advance booking: Infocenter, Blatna Museum reception, ww.ckvb.cz

 

30/3 - 2/4

Easter at the Castle, an exhibition of period dining at Easter for the nobility.

Tickets will be available at the museum ticket office. More info: http://www.castle-blatna.com/content/easter-castle
 
 

František Simandl´s International Double Bass Competition 2018

23/03-25/03/2018

Concert to mark the jubilee of Miloslav Gajdoš

23/03/2018

At 19:00

Castle Blatna, Old Palace

Miloslav Gajdoš – double bass, Krzysztof Firlus – double bass, Hana Volková – piano

Advance booking: Infocenter Blatna, Blatna Museum reception

 

Chamber Ensemble Variace & Otakar Brousek jr.

24/03/2018

At 19:00

Castle Blatna, Old Palace

Otakar Brouser jr. will accompany a group of five musicians by reciting passages from the  funny melodrama of Patrick Süskind „Double bass“ about an underrated double bass player.

Advance booking: Infocenter Blatna, Blatna Museum reception

 

Winner Announcement & Final Concert

25/03/2018

Castle Blatna, Old Palace

12:00 – Winner Announcement

14:00 – Winner´s Final Concert

 

32nd South Bohemian Piano Courses

www.klavirni-kurzy.cz

Date: 01/07/2018 – 13/07/2018

Held in the classrooms of the Art School of Blatna, J.P. Koubka 4, at the Community Centre of Blatna, Dvořákova 661, and at Castle Blatna.

Lecturers:

Jan Bartoš – concert pianist and art director of Prague Music Performance

Jana Korbelová – art director of South Bohemian Piano Courses and grammar and music school teacher in Prague

Veronika Ptáčková – concert pianist and teacher at Art School on Bajkalská street

Pavel Voráček – concert pianist and grammar and music school teacher in Prague

Courses:

Grand piano and upright piano mechanism

Lecture by piano technician Karel Průcha

Sunday 01/07/2018 at 15:00

Concert Hall of the Art School of Blatna

Analysis of Chopin´s etudes, op. 10

Lecture by Pavel Voráček

Tuesday 03/07/2018

Main Hall of the Old Palace, Castle Blatna

On Music Character

Lecture by Jana Bartoš and Veronika Ptáčková

Friday 06/07/2018 at 18:00

Main Hall of the Art School of Blatna

Listening Course by Jan Bartoš

Wednesday 11/07/2018 at 18:00

Community Centre of Blatna, Main Hall

 

Concerts:

Opening concert of the 32nd South Bohemian Piano Courses

Sunday 01/07/2018 at 14:00 at the concert hall of the Art School of Blatna

Concert open to all participants

Lessons schedule, repertoire consultation

Film and Musical Melodies

Veronika Ptáčková – piano, Zuzana Seibertová – vocals

Thursday 05/07/2018 at 17:00, Castle Blatna, courtyard

Gala Concert

Piano recital by Jan Bartoš

Saturday 07/07/2018 at 19:30, Main Hall of the Old Palace, Castle Blatna

Concert at the Retirement Home

Tuesday 10/07/2018, Blatna Retirement Home

Performance by young pianists

Participant Ceremonial Concert of the 32nd South Bohemian Piano Courses

Thursday 12/07/2018 at 19:30, Main Hall of the Old Palace, Castle Blatna

Participant Final Concert

Friday 13/07/2018 at 11:00, Main Hall of the Old Palace, Castle Blatna

Farewell, certificate award

 

A unique guitar concert by father and son will be full of originality and true art by both musicians.

20/02/2018

at 19:00

Castle Blatna, Old Palace

Štěpán Rak and Jan Matěj Rak

Entrance: 250 CZK / 200 CZK (seniors, students, children)

Advance booking: Infocenter, Blatna Museum reception

 

Dances of the World's Nations – violin by Alexander Shonert

16/01/2018

at 19:00

Castle Blatna, Old Palace

This charming programme for violin (performed by Alexander Shonert) and piano features dances by renown composers as well as national folk dances. A wide range of Spanish, German, Czech, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Romanian, Armenian and Arabian dances shall be followed by Jewish and Gypsy dances.

More info and reservations: www.ckvb.cz