Musical Delicacies

— Early Music Concert Series —

Season 2020
Concerts, pedagogical events and masterclasses
When & where What Who How much
Fr 12.06.2020 19:00 – 22:00
(Drum workshop 17:30)
Slavic settlement in Mikulčice, Mikulčice 738, 696 19 Mikulčice-Valy (Wheelchair accessible)
Musical archaeology 20: The long night of churches
Musical programme for the general public in the whole area of the stronghold. — Music from the Middle Ages to the present.

Drum workshop for young and old in the Institute of Archaeology.
Part of the series Mikulčice Impressions.
Vladimír Třebický — drum workshop
Bakchus — medieval music group
OctOpus Vocalis — vocal ensemble
Tourdion — renaissance music group
Le Nuove Musiche (SK) — baroque music group
… and others
Su 26.07.2020 15:00
Hall of Mars and Venus, Bavarian National Museum, Prinzregentenstr. 3, 80538 Munich (Wheelchair accessible)
Journeys between Prague and Vienna
Internationality at the Habsburg courts.. — S. F. Capricornus, G. F. Sances, H. I. F. Biber, G. Finger, P. J. Vejvanovský,  Poglietti, G. Carissimi.
The realisation of the event depends on the current situation of the corona­virus epidemic and the associated measures.
Ensemble Phoenix Munich:
Alena Hellerová (CZ) — singing
Jan Čižmář (CZ) — theorbo, lute
Michael Eberth (DE) — organ
Theona Gubba-Chkheidze (GE/DE) — violin
Emily Deans (US/DE) — violin
Domen Marinčič (SI/DE) — viola da gamba
Joel Frederiksen (US/DE) — archlute, artistic leader
29 € | 25 € | 15 €
Mo 17.08.2020 ¹  – Su 23.08.2020 09:00
Kunín château, Kunín 1, 742 53 Kunín
Summer course on the interpretation of Early Music
Inspiring lessons in the historic venue of the baroque château in Kunín.
¹  Some teaching subjects (and tutors) start later.
We are accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education within its DVPP-system for Further Education of Teachers.
The realisation of the event depends on the current situation of the corona­virus epidemic and the associated measures.
Beatriz Lafont Murcia (ES) — singing
Davide Monti (IT/FR) — improvisation, violin
Michael Posch (AT) — recorder, ensemble
Marta Kratochvílová (CZ) — traverso
Maria Christina Cleary (IE/FR) — harp
Jan Čižmář (CZ) — lute
Cristián Gutiérrez (CL) — baroque guitar
Aline Zylberajch (FR) — harpsichord
Martin Gester (FR) — harpsichord, organ, ensemble
Krzysztof Firlus (PL) — viola da gamba
Mo 30.11.2020
Institute of Archaeology, Mikulčice 736, 696 19 Mikulčice-Trapíkov (Wheelchair accessible)
Musical archaeology: Adam Michna: Loutna Česká (1653)
The authentic versions of Michna’s famous songs with a newly discovered violin part.
Part of the series Mikulčice Impressions.
CD review: Brian Clark, Early Music Review.
Gabriela Eibenová — singing
Daniela Čermáková — singing
Ensemble Inégal (CZ)
Adam Viktora — organ, artistic leader

Thank you

Hudební lahůdky, z. s. realizes its projects with financial support from the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, the South Moravian Region, the Statutory City of Brno, the State Cultural Fund of the Czech Republic, and the Czech-German Fund for the Future.

Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic Jihomoravský kraj Statutární město Brno Státní fond kultury České republiky Česko-německý fond budoucnosti

For their kind support we thank the following:

Miasto Katowice Instytut Polski w Pradze Czeskie centrum Warszawa Kolovrat, ČM s. r. o. Národní památkový ústav

We thank the Moravian Museum for providing access to its music collections and instruments.

We thank harpsichord maker Vít Bébar for lending and tuning instruments.

Moravské zemské muzeum Brno Cembalová dílna Vít Bébar

To promote our projects, we cooperate with the following media partners:

Radio Classic Praha Radio Proglas Rádio Petrov Turistické informační centrum města Brna Brno město hudby (Hudební portál) Deník Portál kudy z (tipy na výlet) Opus Musicum (hudební revue)

We greatly appreciate the valuable collaboration with the following partners:

Moravská zemská knihovna (Brno) Národní divadlo Brno Opera na cestách Art in Motion (Katowice) Concentus Moraviae Metro Music Bar (Brno) Muzeum města Brna Hotel Amphone (Brno) Belcredi family (Belcredi château & hotel, Brno-Líšeň) Repropress (Brno)