Musical journey with Lada Fedorova and Frantisek Vanicek

7/19/24 in Marlow

Lada Fedorová, © Künstler

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  • Friday, Jul 19, 202417:00 o'clock
Church Event, Classical Music

Concert in the Marlow town church with Lada Fedorova - violin (Denmark/Czech Republic) and Frantisek Vanicek - organ - (University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic)

The program includes:

G. F. Handel (1685 - 1759):

  • Sonata in D major, HWV 371 (Adagio, Allegro, Larghetto, Allegro)

J. S. Bach (1685 - 1750):

  • Prelude in G major, BWV 541a
  • Sonata in B minor, BWV 1014 (Adagio, Allegro, Andante, Allegro)
  • Fuga in G major, BWV 541b

A. Dvořák (1841 - 1904): Humoresque, op. 101, No. 7

J. Strejc (1932 - 2010): Aria, Praeludium

O. Olsson (1879 - 1964): Romance

G. Young (1919 - 1998): Prelude in classic style

About the artists:

The Czech violinist Lada Fedorova studied at the Prague Conservatory and at the Janacek Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno. She later continued her studies at the Royal Academy of Music in Århus and the Vest Jyske Conservatory in Esbjerg, Denmark, where she graduated with a soloist diploma.

She has received several prizes at various competitions, including the international competition in Dolny Kubin SK, Concertino Praga CZ, the international competition in Zabrze PL and first prize from Radio Katowice, PL. In 2012 she was awarded a prize by Her Royal Highness Princess Marie, which she received personally.

She has attended various master classes with many of the world's most renowned violinists, including J. Epstein, Isaac Stern, Vaclav Hudecek and Cenek Pavlik- Guarneri Trio Prague.

She has recorded two CDs. Romance from Andalousie - virtuoso dances by Pablo de Sarasate and Czech violin romanticism. On this CD she gave the world premiere of the Violin Concerto in D major by J.V.Kalivoda and played other works by Czech composers with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.

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Frantisek Vanicek gained experience at the Academy of Arts in Utrecht after studying at the Conservatory in Pardubice (J. Rafaja) and at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (J. Hora). He won second prize in the A. Schweitzer organ competition in Deventer, Holland, in 1991, which was highly appreciated by the international jury. In the same year, the Czech Music Fund awarded him the prestigious Premier prix for his foreign representation. Since 1989 he has performed over 1200 solo organ concerts, mainly abroad (e.g. Japan, USA, Australia, Singapore, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Slovakia, etc.), but above all in the Netherlands. Here he helped to fulfill a humanitarian mission during the collection organized for the victims of the floods in 1997. The public and critics appreciate his "splendid and brilliantly mastered playing" (De Orgelvriend, 1991), "the outstanding artist" (Corriere di Torino, 1994), "fascinating organ playing" (Frankfurter Neue Presse, 1999) or "organ music in perfection" (PNP Passau, 2009). Since 1995 he has been teaching organ playing as a professor at the University of Hradec Kralové, where he has been Dean of the Faculty of Pedagogy since 2016.

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Event dates
  • Friday, Jul 19, 2024 17:00 o'clock
Event Location

Town church Marlow

Bei der Kirche 9
18337 Marlow

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Town church Marlow

Bei der Kirche 9
18337 Marlow


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