The Dvořák trio performs with two most famous Czechs and Simona Šaturová at prestigious Styriarte festival25. July 2015
19:00 - 21:00, Helmut List Halle, Waagner-Biró-Straße 98a, Graz, 8020 Austria
In the words of Jaroslav Hašek and accompanied by the sounds from Antonin Dvořák, our SOAP follows the two most famous Czechs to their native country. Dvořák’s “Humoresque” became a worldwide hit. And yet the “Dumka” was more characteristic of the master from Central Bohemia: the constant change between dolefulness and infectious cheerfulness. What else could the Czech people of his time do but take the political gagging with absurd humour? Ten years after Dvořák’s death, the good soldier Švejk gets into trouble with the Austro-Hungarian administration and nearly unhinges the cruel courts and secret police with his nonsense. A dream part for Heinz Marecek.
Dvořák: piano trio in E minor, op. 90 / Slavonic Dances from op. 46 /
Humoresques for piano, op. 101 a. o.
Moravian duets, op. 32
Reading from Jaroslav Hašek: “Der brave Soldat Schwejk”
Simona Šaturová, soprano
Markéta Cukrová, mezzosoprano
The Dvořák Trio: Jan Fišer (violin), Tomáš Jamník (violoncello), Ivo Kahánek (piano)
Heinz Marecek, recitation
25. 7. 2015
19:00 - 21:00