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Czech Phil Plays On!


On the music side of things, on which my comments have been thin recently, there's been a development at the Czech Philharmonic. Rosie Johnston reported on Czech Radio about the new music director:
The Czech Philharmonic has a new conductor. As of 2009, the orchestra which was first conducted by Antonín Dvořák over a century ago will hand the baton over to the Israeli conductor Eliahu Inbal. (More)


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Blogger Lio said . . .

This post doesn't bore me, but I am just wondering: No protests against an Israeli? There was a German some time ago... I don't want to bother anybody, just the first thing I thought of.
Libor    

4:26 PM, March 06, 2008


Blogger Tanja said . . .

Hi!

I love your website - especially the "rohliky" design! I am not sure if I can write in Czech so I will do it in English. I found your blog on www.globeofblogs.com under the search word "Czech":) I am Czech but have been living in the US for about 10 years now. I recently created a blog called the Czechmate diary - an upbeat web connection for Czechs and Slovaks living abroad. I would love for you to Czech it out!

Thanks!

Tana    

5:19 AM, December 07, 2008


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