Peter Zajíček artistic leader, conductor
Czech Ensemble Baroque Choir
Tereza Válková choirmaster
Pavla Radostová soprano
Romana Kružíková soprano
Lucie Karafiátová alto
Ondřej Holub tenor
Jiří Miroslav Procházka bass
|Johann Sigismund Kusser||Apollon Enjoué|
|Jean-Baptiste Lully||Chaconne / Grand Chœur „Chantons tous en ce jour“ from Amadis, Act V, scene 5|
|Marc Antoine Charpentier||Te Deum, H. 146|
Concert within Days of Early Music Festival.
The Musica Aeterna ensemble, which has been performing old music since 1973, gives us the opportunity to travel back to the Baroque era. Playing on period instruments allows them to interpret works of Classicism and Baroque in the most faithful way possible. Orchestral pieces by Johann Sigismund Kusser, a native of Bratislava, a choral work by Jean-Baptiste Lully, and the popular Te Deum by Marc-Antoine Charpentier will be three examples of the work of Baroque masters. The Czech Baroque Ensemble, with the slogan “old music for a new age,” performs around the world, and its choral group will perform in the Reduta.