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  1. The Prague Chamber Orchestra is the premier chamber ensemble in the Czech Republic. As is traditional in chamber orchestras, the ensemble performs without a conductor, and is generally lead by the concertmaster. Considerably larger than most chamber orchestras, the Prague Chamber Orchestra employs 36 players. It presents a series of subscription concerts each .
  2. RATATOUILLE in Concert. March and Munich, Germany The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra has the pleasure to bring a quality time to all the families in Munich with the Oscar “Best Achievement in Music” nominated score by Michael Giacchino.
  3. In the period of ÷ he was the organist in the cathedral of St. Bartolomeus in Plzen, in in St. Margaret’s Basilica at the Benedictines Abbey in Prague – Břevnov. Since he has been the Director of sacred music of the Premonstratensian Royal Canonry, in the Basilica of Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Prague Strahov.
  4. Purcel, Lully, Corelli, Fux: The Masters Of The Baroque Period. Prague Chamber Orchestra. Supraphon ‎– Czechoslovakia (SUA 10 ) A1 Henry Purcell: The Gordian Knot Untied.
  5. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Wind Ensemble, this excellent collection, despite the variable age and quality of some recordings, will do very nicely in bringing [Kalabis's] name before a wider audience — Gramophone Magazine, July
  6. Prague Chamber Orchestra - Purcell* / Lully* / Corelli* / Fux* - The Masters Of The Baroque Period ‎ (LP, Album, RP) Supraphon, Supraphon 50 , SUA ST
  7. Find Prague Chamber Orchestra discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Prague Chamber Orchestra discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Josef Myslivecek: Sinfonias: Supraphon Carl Stamitz: Cello Concertos Nos.
  8. The gordian knot untied, suite arr. from the incidental music to the play, by PurcellLes musiciens du roi, suite from the ballet, by Lully-KoschinskyConcerto grosso, op. 6, no. 8 (Christmas) by CorelliCostanza e fortezza, orchestral suite from the opera, by Fux.
  9. Smetana's helter-skelter overture and three zestful dances from The Bartered Bride opens this return visit to the Royal Concert Hall by the Prague Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday 13 November. Continuing this all-Czech programme is the brilliant young British cellist, Laura Van der Heijden, winner of BBC Young Musician

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