Daniel Pearl World Music Days
the 20th Festival Poetry Day
the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia
the 208th anniversary of the birth of poet Karel Hynek Mácha
the 333rd anniversary of the birth of Johann Sebastian Bac
The 7th Chamber Music Concert Series in Prague (14th - 16th November 2018)
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http://Festival.Brikcius.com - FESTIVAL BRIKCIUS - Opening charity concert < 1918 > for Lékaři bez hranic | Médecins Sans Frontičres / František Brikcius - Cello / will take place on Wednesday 14th November 2018 at 7 p.m., at the Baroque Chapel of the Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Praga (Vlašská 34, Praha 1).http://Festival.Brikcius.com - FESTIVAL BRIKCIUS - Cello concert DUO BRIKCIUS & #CZECH100 / Anna Brikciusová - Cello & František Brikcius - Cello / will take place on Thursday 15th November 2018 at 7 p.m., at the Military Church of St. Jan Nepomucký (Kanovnická 5/72, Praha 1 - Hradčany). http://Festival.Brikcius.com - FESTIVAL BRIKCIUS - Poetry reading POETRY DAY - DO BOUŘE / Anna Brikciusová - Cello, Narrator / is scheduled for Friday 16th November 2018 at 6 p.m., at the New Mill Water Tower (Nové mlýny 827/3A, Praha 1).
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Charity concert:
http://www.Lekari-Bez-Hranic.cz - Lékaři bez hranic | Médecins Sans Frontičres

http://www.iicpraga.esteri.it - Istituto Italiano di Cultura Praga / Italský kulturní institut v Praze

http://www.Kaplani.Army.cz - Duchovní služba AČR | Armáda

http://www.MuzeumPrahy.cz - Muzeum hlavního města Prahy - básnické čtení DEN POEZIE - V MAJÁKU

http://www.DenPoezie.cz - 20th Festival Poetry Day 2018

Daniel Pearl World Music Days
Anna Brikciusová - Cello
http://www.Brikcius.com - DUO BRIKCIUS, Anna Brikciusová: Czech Cellist - Opening concert "Duo Brikcius - 2 Cellos Tour" (Prague, Stone Bell House, GHMP, 2008)
  Czech cellist Anna Brikciusová was born in Prague, into a family with a distinguished cultural background. She began to play the cello in early childhood. After her studies at the Prague Conservatory in the cello classes of Prof. Jaroslav Kulhan and Prof. Viktor Moučka, Anna graduated under the tutelage of Prof. Vladan Kočí. Tutorials with Prof. Stanislav Apolín. She has actively participated in many international cello master classes, the French Academy (Prof. J. Bárta), the Jihlava International Master Classes (Prof. D. Sella, Prof. E. Rattay) and the International Cello Interpretation Master classes (Prof. S. Apolín). She has performed in the Czech Republic, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

  Currently she is also writing. Anna Brikciusová was a nominee for the Dresdner Lyrikpreis, her collection of short stories "Eutanazie" was published by H+H (edited by Jan Suk), her poems were published at the Revolver Revue, Souvislosti, Protimluv. Recently, her collection of poems "Kolibří úsměv" was published by Protimluv (edited by Jan Suk). In 2018 she was awarded international residency scholarship of the Visegrad Literary Residency Programme. Her autumnal yearly show is part of the Festival Poetry Day and the Daniel Pearl World Music Days. Her poem "Podzimni" was chosen for the Best Czech Poems 2018 anthology (Host).

  Anna Brikciusová plays a "Benjamin Patočka" cello made in 1913. Together with her brother František Brikcius, she is a founder member of the "Duo Brikcius". sMore information is available on websites http://Anna.Brikcius.com .
Duo Brikcius
http://www.Brikcius.com - DUO BRIKCIUS, Anna Brikciusová: Czech Cellist & František Brikcius - Czech Cellist, MKČR "Duo Brikcius - 2 Cellos Tour Preview" (Prague, České muzeum hudby, 2008)
  Duo Brikcius is a Czech chamber music ensemble created by two promising young cellists (brother and sister), Anna Brikciusová and František Brikcius. Both founding members are well acquainted with the solo cello repertoire, but decided to increase their repertoire with music written for this unusual combination (with great hidden potential) of two cellos. The main aims of Duo Brikcius are to study and perform works written for two cellos, enable the creation and performance of works that are not well known to the audience, encourage contemporary composers regardless of nationality or age), to create music for this ensemble, maintain the tradition of established composers, present Czech music culture abroad and bring to other people the joy of music.

  Duo Brikcius has appeared in many festivals (for example Chotěbořské jaro, Boskovice, Baščaršijske noći,
Duo Brikcius - 2 Cellos Tour, Dvořák festival, European days of Jewish culture, Století andělů a ďáblů v Pošumaví, Daniel Pearl Music Festival, Festival Culturel International de Musique Symphonique, Festival Smetanovské dny, Festival Baroko v krvi) both in the Czech republic and abroad (Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom, etc.). More details are available on the website http://www.Brikcius.com .

"Života děj vane, či vleče mě sem i tam, leč jiskra vzpomínky zůstává mi ku svitu navzdory temnotě - - mnoho zdaru vám, Brikciusové!"
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František Brikcius - Cello
http://www.Brikcius.com - František Brikcius: Czech Cellist, Talich Chamber Orchestra & Jan Talich: Conductor - Concert "7 Candles" (Prague, Klášter sv. Anežky české - NG, 2006)
  Czech cellist František Brikcius was born in Prague, into a family with a distinguished cultural background. He has been playing the cello since early childhood. Following his cello studies at the Prague Conservatoire, he completed his Master's degree at the Janáček Academy of Music (JAMU) in the Czech republic. He furthered his cello skills at the Toho Gakuen Academy in Japan and later under the guidance of legendary cellist Prof. Anna Shuttleworth (student of Pablo Casals) in the United Kingdom (Eton Cello Master Classes and the University of Leeds).

  František won the 2nd prizes at the Anglo-Czech Competition in London (1999), the International String Competition London (2000) and the International String Competition Jihlava (2003). He has been awarded many scholarships and fellowships, including the Czech Music Foundation (CHF), the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, the Music Foundation OSA, the Socrates-Erasmus, and the Gideon Klein Foundation for the propagation of works written by Jewish Holocaust Composers. He chose to dedicate his life to the interpretation of cello compositions written by composers of the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, giving special consideration to compositions for solo cello. His favourites are cello suites by Johann Sebastian Bach, Max Reger and Benjamin Britten.

  He is particularly involved in researching, studying and performing works by Czech (Antonín Dvořák, Leoš Janáček, Bohuslav Martinů, Josef Suk and Irena Kosíková), Jewish & Terezín (Gideon Klein, Erwin Schulhoff, Zikmund Schul, Jaromír Weinberger, James Simon and David Popper) and contemporary composers (Conrad Beck, Luciano Berio, Pierre Boulez, Benjamin Britten, Henri Dutilleux, Wolfgang Fortner, Alberto Ginastera, Cristobal Halffter, Hans Werner Henze, Heinz Holliger, Klaus Huber and Witold Lutoslawski), playing on a "George Kriwalski" cello made in 1904.

  Together with his sister Anna Brikciusová, he is a founder member of the "Duo Brikcius". He is artistic director of the Festival Brikcius - Chamber Music Concert Series in Prague (since 2012) and the Bach Festival Gers in France (since 2016).

  František works as independent film-maker as well. His first music documentary film MAKANNA (in the cooperation with the Jewish Museum in Prague and under the auspices of Sir Tom Stoppard and Václav Havel) was already screened in the Czech republic, China, Mexico and Portugal. At the moment he is working on new music documentary film eSACHERe (2018).

  As a soloist František has performed at many festivals in Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey, Uzbekistan and the United Kingdom.

  František is giving cello master classes at the Summer School LMFL in Llandovery, Wales and the Accademia del Ridotto in Italy. He was invited to be a member of film jury for the Baku International Cinema Festival in Azerbaijan and music jury for the 2nd Berliner International Music Competition 2018 in Germany.

  More information about František Brikcius and his many cello projects is available on the websites http://www.Brikcius.com , http://www.YouTube.com/FrantisekBrikcius, http://www.FaceBook.com/Brikcius , http://Instagram.com/Brikcius and http://Twitter.com/Brikcius .

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