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A society for all aspects of Czech and Slovak classical music

T he Dvořák Society for Czech and Slovak Music is devoted to the musical arts of all Czech and Slovak composers and performers, past and present. The Dvořák Society aims to encourage performances and promote interest in this respect. It publish articles and information about all aspects of Czech and Slovak classical musical life and holds lectures: and it gives direct financial and other support to worthy causes. > more + 

Dvořák Portrait

Dvořák

Bohuslav Martinů, composerJiří BělohlávekLeoš Janáček, composer
Vítězslava Kaprálová, composer, conductorLudmila Peterková, clarinettistPetr Eben, composer, organist, pianist
Erwin Schulhoff, composer, pianistGabriela Beňačková-ČápováBedřich Smetana, composer

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/ On-line resource: Antonín Dvořák and His Legacy

Lion The Dvořák Society has funded the translation from Czech into English of a website devoted to Antonín Dvořák compiled by Ondřej Šupka, giving an invaluable information source for English-speaking members and the general public

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^ Posted 15 April 2017
Premiere of piano work by Pavel Zemek Novák
The premiere of a new piece by Dvořák Society member and lecturer in composition at the Conservatory in Brno, Pavel Zemek Novák, will take place at Hoxton Hall, London N1 6SH on 26 April. The concert will be given by pianist and Dvořák Society member, William Howard.
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^ Posted 31 March 2017
New: Sir Charles Mackerras fund to promote UK performances of major works by Czech and Slovak composers
The Dvořák Society for Czech and Slovak Music has established a new fund which we hope will encourage music colleges, universities and conservatoires to perform operas and major works by Czech or Slovak composers. We are particularly keen to support the staging in the UK of some of the lesser known operas. The creation of this fund has been made possible thanks to a generous bequest made to the Dvořák Society by the conductor, the late Sir Charles Mackerras, who was President of the Dvořák Society and a great advocate of Czech opera, particularly works by Leoš Janáček.
Grants will be awarded annually up to the value of £1000 and the Society can also offer further help by means of advice on repertoire, help with the Czech language or access to performing materials.
The Dvořák Society is keen to strengthen its links with the UK’s many music colleges and conservatoires and we would welcome informal enquiries about the application process for grants under this new fund to be made in the first instance to the Secretary, secretary@dvorak-society.org

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