within site in the mist

poetry of Jan Suk

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On the Red Square

In the Biblio-Globus


The Club
Kitaisky lyotchik Jao-Da

The underground

Artemy Troitsky
and Tomas Glanc

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October 6th, 4 p.m.

Church of St. John the Baptist
Kostelec nad Černými lesy

in co-operation with Studio GH

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Fourteen excerpts - short stories - from gorgeus cultural travelogue through the Danube lands written by Italian writer Claudio Magris accompanied by composed and improvised music

february 4th, 6 p.m.

The Czech Museum of Music, Karmelitská 2/4, Praha 1
e-mail: c_muzeum_hudby@nm.cz

The performance takes place within the accompanying program for the exhibition
The Extinct Churches, Live Music

Jiří Durman and Alexandr Krestovský

Jiří Durman - bass clarinet, clarinet, soprano sax, recorder
Růžena Hejná - vocal, percussions
Alexandr Krestovský - classical guitar, narration

The performance is accompanied by projection of computer designed images
created for the performance by Slovak visual artist Edita Vološčukova

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musical and visual prformance based on the poem Crack by Miloslav Topinka

june 18th, 8 p.m.
The Synagogue at Palmovka
Ludmilina 601/34, Praha 8 - Libeň

Jiří Durman - soprano and alto saxes, bass clarinet, clarinet
Růžena Hejná - vocal, percussions
Alexandr Krestovský - classical guitar, vocal, narration, percussions

visual artist
Rod Grover

in co-operation with the artistic association SERPENS

At the beginning of March the Czech Centre in Moscow invited the Opposite Land trio to participate in the festival of arts of the Central European countries M@narchia. The Czech Centre was one of the main organizers of this event, which took place in Moscow from February 15th until March 10th.
On Sat. March 3rd trio played at the Central House of Artist, together with Sergey Mohntau duo from Austria and Kiss Erzi Music group from Hungary.
On Sun. March 4th there was a night performance at the Kitaysky lyotchik Jao-Da club. Both on Sat. and Sun. we performed the Danube.
On March 3rd afternoon we also participated in the presentation of the book "Inventing Slavia" published by the Czech National Library, which took place at the world's largest Russian bookstore Biblio-Globus. We played some compositions based on the poetry of Osip Mandelshtam and Ivan Blatny.
The Moscow concerts where initiated by the Russia's best-known cultural journalist, Artemy Troitsky and the director of the Czech Centre in Moscow Tomas Glanc.