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Gershwin – Rhapsody in Blue
Beethoven – Pathetique Adagio cantabile
Khristianov – Improvisation on Prague Themes
& songs by Armstrong, Ellington & Gershwin
Alexander Khristianov – piano, BáraKlára – vocals, Josef Vejvoda –
drums, Miloš Klápště – bass
& The Prague Jazz String Ensemble
Duration 70 min without intermission.
Named after Austro-Hungarian Crown Prince Rudolf, the Rudolfinum is one of
Europe's most beautiful and prestigious concert halls. This splendid
Neo-Renaissance building is situated on the banks of the Vltava near the
was born 1970 in Moscow and studied at the Moscow Cajkovsky State Conservatory classical and jazz piano since he was 7 years old.
Later on he also studied composition and was awarded two 1st prizes in Moscow.
Since 1990 he works as jazz pianist, arranger and composer for concerts throughout Europe as well as for international TV productions.
Is one of the Czech Republics most famous jazz drummers. He was born into a musical
family as youngest child of famous composer and band leader Jaromir Vejvoda. He
was a laureate of the Prague Spring Festival competition in 1967 and started soon
after he career. He cooperated with many famous Jazz musicians around the world
during thousands of concerts. A lot of his playing is documented on CDs and in TV.
Rudolfinum - Sukova síň, Náměstí J. Palacha, Praha 1