Rudolfinum, 29 January 2024 at 7.30 pm.
Open dress rehearsal at 9.30 am.
Antonín Dvořák: The Noonday Witch, op. 108
Zdeněk Fibich: The Water Goblin, melodrama, op. 15
Bedřich Smetana: Richard III, symphonic poem, op. 15
Bedřich Smetana: Wallenstein’s Camp, symphonic poem, op. 14
Bedřich Smetana: Hakon Jarl, symphonic poem, op. 16
Robert Jindra conductor
Martin Myšička recitation
By the bench there stood an infant, screaming, screaming, loud and wild. Glow, moon, glow, that my thread may sew. You will be able to recall these famous verses by Karel Jaromír Erben at the concert of Robert Jindra, principal guest conductor of the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra. In the first half of the program, he will present two works by Czech authors inspired by ballads from Erben’s collection A Bouquet of Czech Folktales. The evening will open with The Noonday Witch, the second of the programmatic symphonic poems from the beginning Antonín Dvořák’s peak creative period. It will be followed by the melodrama The Water Goblin for reciter and orchestra, in which the famous poem is accompanied by music by Zdeněk Fibich. The second half of the evening will also be devoted to programmatic music. It will feature three symphonic poems composed by Bedřich Smetana during his stay in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Meeting with the artists before the concert
Rudolfinum | Talich Lounge | 1st floor | 6.30–7.15 pm
Ticket prices: CZK 1 100 | CZK 900 | CZK 700 | CZK 500 | CZK 300 | CZK 180
The organiser reserves the right to changes in the list of scheduled performers.