Prague Philharmonic Choir

  • 8:00 PM
  • Sunday
  • November 2, 2014
  • Bailey Hall


General Public: $25 / $32 / $35
Students: $17

The Prague Philharmonic Choir is a first-class vocal ensemble and one of the most renowned representatives of Czech music worldwide. For CCS they will perform works by Dvořak and Brahms.

“… the choir displayed its great art of impressive contrasts of expression: from whispering above long-held tones that grew into a compact sound and culminated in a thrilling fortissimo. The choirmaster Lukáš Vasilek led the ensemble admirably.

— Opera Plus

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Antonín Dvořák 

Moravian Duets op. 32 (selection)

The Slighted Heart

Parting without Sorrow

The Pledge of Love

The Maid Imprisoned

The Ring

Antonín Dvořák

Three Male Choruses on Folk Texts op. 43


Wondrous Water

The Maiden in the Wood

Antonín Dvořák

In Nature’s Realm op. 63

Music Descended on my Soul

Bells Ring at Dusk

The Rye Field

The Silver Birch

With Dance And Song

— Intermission —

Johannes Brahms

Love Song Waltzes op. 52

Speak, Maiden, Whom I Love All Too Much

Against the Stones the Stream Rushes

O Women, O Women

Like the Evening’s Lovely Red

The Green Hops Vine

A Small, Pretty Bird

Quite Fair And Contented

When Your Eyes Look at Me

On the Banks of the Danube

O How Gently the Stream

No, There’s Just No Getting Along

Locksmith- Get Up and Makes Your Locks

The Little Bird Rushes Through The Air

See How Clear the Waves Are

The Nightingale, It Sings So Beautifully

Love Is a Dark Shaft

Do Not Wander, My Light, Out There

The Bushes Are Trembling