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80 – The Beauty of the Voice/ La voce in bellezza
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

The Beauty of the Voice/ La voce in bellezzaKrása hlasu

The Zurich Opera operates an international opera studio which each year allows 20 young singers from all over the world to fine-tune their skills to become qualified performers. This is a pool of young talent for the Zurich State Opera as well as...
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79 – Round and Round and Hand it Over
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

Round and Round and Hand it OverKolem dokola, z ruky do ruky

How does a percussionist dance? In the piece ECHOA the dancers become music and the music can be seen. When two percussionists and two dancer-choreographers decided to create a new artistic venture which deals with the delicate relationship...
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78 – Anderszewski Plays Schumann
Performing Arts

Anderszewski Plays SchumannAnderszewski hraje Schumanna

Piotr Anderszewski - currently one of the most internationally recognised piano talents, presents his interpretations of classical Schumann works in a concert that was performed against a background of documentary pictures of the life of a modern...
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77 – Jonas Kaufmann Gala Concert
Performing Arts

Jonas Kaufmann Gala ConcertGalakoncert Jonase Kaufmanna

A concert performance by "the most expressive and flexible of all tenor voices right now" (The Independent) which presents an evening of famous arias from Italian and French operas. Jonas Kaufmann, accompanied by the Prague Symphony...
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76 – The Little Mermaid
Performing Arts

The Little MermaidMalá mořská víla

After making its triumphant U.S. premiere and playing to sold out houses this past season, John Neumeier’s superlative work of dance-theater returns in 2011. Featuring an evocative score by Lera Auerbach, this heart-wrenching story of sacrifice...
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75 – Rusalka
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

RusalkaRusalka

This highly acclaimed production from the Bayerische Staatsoper was a veritable sensation and a double revelation. Firstly, that of the powerful and fascinating re-interpretation of Antonín Dvořák’s fairy-tale opera “Rusalka” and then that of the...
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74 – Playing Against Time
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

Playing Against TimeHra o čas

A powerful and moving ‘medical/musical’ exploration of Parkinson’s disease, featuring the great British virtuoso jazz saxophonist/composer Barbara Thompson (who was first diagnosed in 1997) and her husband jazz-rock drummer Jon Hiseman. For over...
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73 – About Things that Never Change
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

About Things that Never ChangeO věcech, které se nikdy nezmění

About Things That Never Change – is the title to one of the most beautiful songs written by Latvian composer Imants Kalniņš, to whose music this programme is dedicated. It has been said that "his music helped us survive," in reference...
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72 – Gidon Kremer: Freedom to Be
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

Gidon Kremer: Freedom to BeGidon Kremer. Svoboda k životu

Well-known choreographer, actress and winner of the Golden Mask Award Alla Sigalova presents outstanding violinist and conductor Gidon Kremer in her program “Gidon Kremer: Freedom to Be.” She proposes taking a new perspective on the famous...
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71 – The Man and the Orchestra
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

The Man and the OrchestraČlověk a orchestr

Maestro Vladimir Fedoseyev began his musical career at the time when one could guess from the first few notes not only which orchestra was performing but name the conductor too. Now even an experienced musicologist can’t tell one orchestra from...
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70 – Bronislaw Huberman or the Unification of Europe and the Violin
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

Bronislaw Huberman or the Unification of Europe and the ViolinBronislaw Hubermann: Spojení Evropy a houslí

Born in Częstochowa in 1882, Bronisław Huberman was one of the greatest violin virtuosos of the first half of the 20th century. This alone would be a sufficient reason to produce his film portrait but there was much more to his life than his...
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69 – Harmony of Chaos
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

Harmony of ChaosHarmonie Chaosu

A portrait of Nigel Kennedy - an unconventional violinist performing classical music at various venues, attracting popular audiences with his direct and spectacular approach.
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68 – Rostropovich: The Genius of the Cello
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

Rostropovich: The Genius of the CelloRostropovič: Violoncellový génius

No one has done more for the cello than Mstislav Rostropovich, or ‘Slava’ as he was affectionately known. As well as being arguably the greatest cellist of the twentieth century, he expanded and enriched the cello repertoire by the sheer force of...
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67 – TRACES TO NOWHERE. THE CONDUCTOR CARLOS KLEIBER
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

TRACES TO NOWHERE. THE CONDUCTOR CARLOS KLEIBERStopy, které nikam nevedou: Dirigent Carlos Kleiber

On July 11, 2004 Carlos Kleiber got into his car and drove from Munich, via the Alps, to his holiday home in the remote Slovenian village of Konjsica. There he wrote a final letter to a friend in which he bid farewell to the world. A short time...
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66 – Arvo Pärt in Istanbul
Documentary programmes dedicated to music and dance

Arvo Pärt in IstanbulArvo Pärt v Istanbulu

Commissioned for a joint project by the European Capitals of Culture in 2010 and 2011, Istanbul and Tallinn, Arvo Pärt wrote a new piece "Adam’s Lament" which had it’s world premier at the 38th International Istanbul Music Festival at...
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