Tuesday, September 12, 5.30 pm

Ticket prices

200 Kč

Proceeds from the admission fee are used to support the KKFF Scholarship Fund for exceptionally talented young musicians.

PBtet na Dvořákově Praze


Zdeněk Lukáš: Partita alla FanfareAntonín Dvořák: String Quartet No. 13 in G Major, Op. 106, B 192, 2nd movement (arr. Jiří Kabát)Michal Vejskal: Wild AnimalsAnthony Plog: MosaicsJan Kučera: The Four-Color Suite

The first of the soirées to be held in Bořislavka Centre will begin with the lively serenade of brass and end with a leisurely stroll through music. The light-hearted atmosphere of the venue encourages visitors enjoy classical music without taking it too seriously. The Prague Brass Quintet, featuring five brass instruments playing a range of fanfares, will present a fresh new take on Dvořák’s string quartet adapted for brass instruments. With Wild Animals, Mosaics, and Four Colours, the evening will be a diverse musical journey through untamed wilderness, intricate patterns, and a kaleidoscope of colours.

  • Dress code: casual
  • End of concert: 6:30 pm


PBtet – Prague Brass quintet

The Prague Brass Quintet (PBtet) was founded in late 2016 by top brass students at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague under the artistic leadership of Jiří Novotný. The quintet’s greatest success to date was its victory at the 2019 Jeju International Brass & Percussion Competition. They have also won awards at the 2021 Bucharest International Music Competition and at the 2022 OPUS International Music Competition.

The quintet’s members include Walter Hofbauer and Karel Hons on trumpet, Daniela Roubíčková on French horn, Barbora Kolafová on trombone, and Jakub Chmelař on tuba. All of the players are now full-time members of important Czech orchestras, specifically the Czech Philharmonic, the Prague Philharmonia, the Orchestra of the Opera of the National Theatre, and the Orchestra of the State Opera. They appear regularly at festivals in both the Czech Republic and abroad. In early 2021, they issued their debut album entitled JOY under their original name, the Prague BRASStet.

PBtet – Prague Brass quintet

Bořislavka Centre

This new dominant feature of Evropská třída (Europe Avenue) weds contemporary architecture with art. The architectural design is by the acclaimed Prague studio AULÍK FIŠER ARCHITECTS. With its many sections, the building enables deluxe public access to private premises with an area of 12,200 m2, and it constitutes a number attractive public areas. Together with the shopping centre, these areas make a natural gathering place for the 100,000 residents of the city district it serves.

Source: website of the Bořislavka Business Centre.

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