The Prague Symphony Chamber Orchestra

 

The Prague Symphony Chamber Orchestra

The Prague Symphony Chamber Orchestra was formed in 1989 on the impulse of violist and now artistic director Pavel Perina and consists of leading members of the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Section leaders regularly perform in concerts as outstanding soloists. The orchestra’s repertoire is truly broad and varied, consisting of Czech and world string literature including classics of the twentieth century. The orchestra has performed in many festivals in the Czech Republic too (the Emma Destinova Festival, Janacek's May Festival…). Orchestra has been regular guest of the Prague Spring International Music Festival. The orchestra has also appeared abroad (many times in Germany and Switzerland, in Spain, Austria and France). Many soloists have also cooperated with orchestra, including Josef Suk, Eugen Indjic, Ivan Klánský, Peter Toperczer, Joaquin Soriano, Václav Hudeček, Ivan Ženatý, Bohuslav Matousek, Paul Vivanco, Joaquin Achucaro…The Czech Radio and the Czech Television have invited the orchestra to participate on several projects.