Daniel Pearl World Music Days
the 20th Festival Poetry Day
the 208th anniversary of the birth of poet Karel Hynek Mácha (1810 -
The 7th Chamber Music Concert Series in Prague (14t - 16th November 2018)
Anna Brikciusová: Do bouře
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Suite No. 2 in D minor for Solo Cello, BWV 1018
: La nuit est tombée pour violoncelle seul
- Cello, Narrator
Friday 16th November 2018, 6 p.m.
the New Mill Water Tower, Nové mlýny 827/3A, Praha 1
You are invited to poetry reading POETRY DAY - DO BOUŘE
from Anna Brikciusová
new poetry collection, with accompanying cello music by the author,
that is scheduled for Friday 16th November 2018 at 6 p.m., at the New
Mill Water Tower (Nové mlýny 827/3A, Praha 1), as part of the 20th Festival Poetry Day
and the 208th anniversary of the birth of poet Karel Hynek Mácha
(1810 - 1836).
This event will feature Suite No. 2 in D minor for Solo Cello (BWV 1008) by Johann Sebastian Bach
(1685 - 1750) and composition La nuit est tombée pour violoncelle seul by Czech composer and organist Irena Kosíková
. In the cooperation with the City of Prague Museum and the Festival Poetry Day. Free entry.
Poetry collection Do bouře was written in Bratislava, as part of the Literary Residency Program - Visegrad Fund.
ve sklence topí se vážka
z mostu shodili páva
brzy vínová kočka oba zachrání
Na obálce knihy detail obrazu Jaromíra Novotného.
The Festival Brikcius - the 7th chamber music concert series in Prague (BACH333, #Czech100)
is held annually under the auspices
of the Mayor of Prague 1, Oldřich
Lomecký and organized as a part of international Daniel Pearl
World Music Days.
For further information, visit http://Festival.Brikcius.com
tip: Czech poet Karel Hynek Mácha was born on 16th November, 1810 in
Prague, in the White Eagle House near Petřín.