Hungarian Dances No. 17–21 (orch. A. Dvořák)
Symphony No. 1 in C minor Op. 68
PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
BAND OF THE CASTLE GUARDS AND THE POLICE OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC
Václav BLAHUNEK | artistic director
Ion MARIN | conductor
For this evening, Maestro Ion Marin has chosen Janáček's riveting Sinfonietta, which will resonate in every corner of the Smetana Hall, as well as the music of Johannes Brahms, who, like the Maestro, has chosen Vienna as his second home. And as an echo we hear the name of Antonín Dvořák, who instrumented the last Hungarian Dances.