MUSIC FROM EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY PRAGUE - The magic of simplicity. That's Jiří Antonín Benda's music.
"From My Life" - Classic Smetana, inward-looking and timeless, as heard by the Pavel Haas Quartet.
Dvořák – Suk – Janáček – Czech Philharmonic Orchestra – Bělohlávek – ©paček: names that need no further introduction.
Love, sin and forgiveness. An insight into the mysterious female soul.
The Requiem composed by Richter for his own journey to eternity – premiere recording
Sergey Taneyev’s quintets – beauty worthy of discovery.
Josef Antonín Sehling - Christmas music from the churches of Baroque Prague
The virtuoso Jiří Vodička in the illustrious company of Paganini and Bach - you've simply got to hear it...
Gipsy Fire - a geyser of unbridled energy and engrossing virtuosity, a stroke of pure beauty.
The famous Czech pianist Ivan Moravec died on Monday 27 th July 2015 in Prague.> 9.6. 2015
Says harpsichordist Edita Keglerová> 28.5. 2015
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Released date: 17th April 2015> 8.4. 2015
Generic Interview> 12.3. 2015
Dagmar Pecková's remarkable new project is titled Sinful Women and will be released by Supraphon on 17 April 2015.