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You are cordially invited to the National Theatre Brno (Národní divadlo Brno). In the historical Mahen Theatre, the first European theatre, where gas lighting was fully replaced by electricity, the premiere of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera Cosi fan tutte will be held. Karol Kozłowski is the only guest singer not from the regular ensemble in this production to sing the role of Ferrando. Anna Petrželkova, young, talented (and already...

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Having recently performed in the concert hall of NOSPR with great acclaim, Karol Kozlowski stands again before the Silesian audience. On the 24th of February, the tenor, accompanied by AUKSO Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Marek Moś sang Mozart arias and Benjamin Britten’s vocal compositions. This time he will sing the role of Pilate in Arvo Pärt’s Passio/ Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi secundum Joannem/ St John’s Passion. The...

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As soon as the composer Witold Lutosławski reached the surrealistic poetry of Jean François Chabrun, aiming to set it to music, he became convinced that it will require something more than the classical form of a song cycle with orchestra. The peculiar and intricate character of these poems with the narrative plot barely outlined inspired Lutosławski to create a four-part composition for tenor, strings, harp, piano and percussion...

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The poem of Friedrich Schiller The Gods of Greece originally consists of twenty five stanzas. Franz Schubert picked only one out of it and set it to music in such a simple and touching way. The rhetoric opening line of the Schiller’s twelfth verse has been multiplied in Schubert’s song. It sounds like a painful refrain evoking the lost grandeur, beauty and meaning – all that, what mythical Greece embodied. This concise call, repeated...

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