Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice
Idioma disponible: inglésThe Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, in full the Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of Pardubice (the group has recorded under both names), has released a large catalog of recordings that has taken its reputation far beyond the small Czech industrial city of Pardubice, where it was established in 1969. The group's first conductor, Libor Pesek, set high standards for the group, and tours outside of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic after the fall of Communism, notably to Japan and the U.S., bolstered its standing. Yet the Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra reached its full potential only when its recordings achieved wide distribution on compact discs and later in digital form. The group has recorded on the Naxos, ArcoDiva, Supraphon, Classico, Monitor-EMI, Amabile, Marco Polo, and Alto labels. For the last of these it issued the notable seven-volume series Baroque Bohemia & Beyond, featuring Czech composers largely unknown outside the region. The Philharmonic has also recorded other little-known music of the Classical era, including symphonies by Michael Haydn, and it is one of the few groups to have recorded Beethoven's very fragmentary Symphony No. 10 in E flat major in its 1988 completion by Barry Cooper. As of 2017, the Philharmonic's chief conductor was Peter Feranec. Within the Czech Republic itself the group maintains a busy schedule of concerts and operatic appearances.
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