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Veronika Hajnová is a mezzo-soprano and graduate of the VŠMU in Bratislava. She made her debut at the Prague State Opera in 2004 as Amneris in Verdi's Aida and at the National Theater in 2006 as Ježibaba in Dvořák's Rusalka.


Harpist Joel Philippe von Lerber was born in Switzerland, where he studied at the Bern Conservatory, the Basel University of Music, the Zurich University of the Arts and the Hanns Eisler University of Music in Berlin. He performs as a soloist and with orchestral accompaniment. Joel Philippe von Lerber will appear in Prague for the first time.


Program:


  • B. Smetana: My homeland – Moldova
  • W. Posse: Carnival of Venice
  • J. Mysliveček: L'Olimpiade, Che non mi disse
  • F. Liszt: Love dream
  • G. F. Handel: Ombra mai fu
  • F. Schubert: Ave Maria
  • N. Ch. Bochsa: Rondeau
  • G. F. Handel: Lascia Ch'io pianga
  • E.W. Kühne: Fantasy on the theme of the opera Eugene Onegin by P.I. Tchaikovsky
  • J. Krček: Christmas carols from baroque hymn books

There will be a 30-minute break during the concert.


Part of the evening program is an exhibition of paintings by a Polish painter Krzysztof Kotlarek.


Krzysztof Kotlarek is a Polish artist who has been painting as a self-taught artist for 10 years. He does not have a specific style and loves to play and mix different styles. Materials such as paper, string and even coffee beans are used in his paintings. His creativity knows no bounds and he creates unique and expressive works. Krzysztof Kotlarek is an artist whose work is full of passion and creativity, inspiring others to explore art in new and unconventional ways.