プラハ(チェコ共和国)出身でチェロの演奏者フランチシェクBrikcius(František Brikcius)からニュースレター「eSACHERe」が送られてきました。日本の音楽愛好家へご案内いたします。

写真: František Brikcius(Czech Cellist)


Invitation: concert eSACHERe

Under the auspices of the Embassy of Switzerland

(12 composers of Swiss patron Paul Sacher)

CONRAD BECK (1901-1989): Drei Epigramme
LUCIANO BERIO (1925-2003): Les mots sont alles …
PIERRE BOULEZ (1925): Messagesquisse*
BENJAMIN BRITTEN (1913-1976): Tema ‘Sacher’
HENRI DUTILLEUX (1916): 3 Strophes sur le nom de Sacher
WOLFGANG FORTNER (1907-1987): Thema und Variationen
ALBERTO GINASTERA (1916-1983): Punena No. 2
CRISTOBAL HALFFTER (1930): Variation uber das Thema eSACHERe
HANS WERNER HENZE (1926): Cappriccio
HEINZ HOLLIGER (1939): Chaconne
KLAUS HUBER (1924): Transpositio ad infinitum
WITOLD LUTOSLAWSKI (1913-1994): Sacher-Variation


*Guests: JAN TALICH – conductor & eSACHERe Cello Ensemble

Monday 9th May 2011, 7pm
The National Gallery – Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia in Prague (U Milosrdnych 17, Praha 1, Czech Republic).

Invitation “eSACHERe”:
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You are invited to the concert of Swiss project “eSACHERe”, by Czech cellist Frantisek Brikcus, held on Monday 9th May 2011, 7pm, at the National Gallery – Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia in Prague (U Milosrdnych 17, Praha 1, Czech Republic).

Concert “eSACHERe” will feature Czech Cellist Frantisek Brikcius with compositions of 12 world composers (Conrad Beck, Luciano Berio, Pierre Boulez, Benjamin Britten, Henri Dutilleux, Wolfgang Fortner, Alberto Ginastera, Cristobal Halffter, Hans Werner Henze, Heinz Holliger, Klaus Huber and Witold Lutoslawski). Event will host conductor Jan Talich and eSACHERe Cello Ensemble.

In the occasion of the 70th birthday of Swiss composer and maecenas Paul Sacher (1906 – 1999), Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich asked 12 composers to create dozen compositions for cello (eSACHERe). They were partially premiered in Zurich 2nd May 1976. Compositions are using theme from the name of Paul Sacher (Es, A, C, H, E, Re).

Concert “eSACHERe” is held under the auspices of the Embassy of Switzerland and as part of the 9th Annual Daniel Pearl World Music Days.

Program was supported by scholarship of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic. In the cooperation with the National Gallery in Prague, Tiskap, Railreklam, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia and the Britten-Pears Foundation.

Entry is free, but thanks to limited capacity of the concert hall, we recommend to reserve your seats on following email: . More details on websites .

Czech cellist Frantisek Brikcius was born in Prague. He graduated at the Conservatory in Prague (prof. J. Kulhan) and JAMU in Brno (prof. B. Havlík, E. Rattay). Further studies in the United Kingdom (Prof. A. Shuttleworth) and Japan. Concert tours in Czech republic and abroad (Algeria, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Turkey and the UK). He chose to dedicate his life to the interpretation of cello compositions written by composers of the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, with special consideration given to compositions for cello solo. He also allows himself time to concentrate on works by Czech, Terezin and contemporary composers. He is preparing, together with his sister Anna, new Duo Brikcius programme for two cellos. Frantisek Brikcius plays a “George Kriwalski” cello made in 1904. For more details visit websites .

Join mailing list of monthly newsletter CZECH CELLIST FRANTISEK BRIKCIUS NEWSLETTER (with updated concert invitation, free tickets, monthly competitions, information about new projects, interviews, meet …, partners of the month and others …) by sending email to following email address: . Each 25th subscriber will get a free CD. For previous NEWSLETTERS visit websites .

Scholarship: the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic
Co-organisers: the National gallery in Prague
Partners: Tiskap, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, Britten-Pears Foundation
Railreklam partner: RailReklam
Maecenas: anonymous donators
Strings partner: Thomastik-Infeld
Cello partner: Little Cellist
Sound partner: I. H.
Document partner: Bulvar Art
Official photographer: Marek Malusek – FotoMosty
Media partners:, CDK,,,, H_aluze,,, l’Association francaise du violoncelle, Listy, mFiles, Mistni kultura, PIS,, PressWeb, Radio Proglas,, Ziva historie.

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- Bank account number 763 730 1005/4000, SWIFT: SOLA CZ PP
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Invitation & poster “eSACHERe”:×250.gif


František Brikcius

Wolfgang Fortner, ‘Farewell,’ song cycle after poems of Pablo Neruda (lendallpitts)
The whole “eSACHERe” project will be (for the first time in complete performance) performed by Czech Cellist František Brikcius this autumn 2010/2011 in Prague.

パウル・ザッハー(Paul Sacher, 1906年4月28日 – 1999年5月26日)はスイスの指揮者・作曲家。多くの近代音楽作曲家のパトロン・スポンサー的役回りを演じた事で知られる。(Wikipedia

Project “eSACHERe”
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