Bach’s Goldberg variations at Dvořák Hall

angela hewitt

One of the hardest piano pieces, Johann Sebastian Bach’s Goldberg variation will be performed at Dvořák Hall by Angela Hewitt, the Canadian piano soloist.

The pianist, who during her childhood passionately fell in love with barocco, won in 1985 a very prestigious contest, Bach competition in Toronto. Although a daughter of organist, Hewitt initiated her career next to the piano. On saturday March 12, 2016 she is going to offer the unforgettable experience for all people present, playing one of the most difficult piano pieces, often being said as a ‚challenge‘.

Angela Hewitt says that Prague is a magical, wonderful city which she fell in love with, she have already been to Prague many times and every time she comes, she feel so pleased to be back. Due to her words, Prague is a historical city, which is connected to the classical music more than any other.

Pavel Vondráček

A young Czech New Age pianist, in 2015 released his debut piano solo album 'Lost in the Wind'. His interests contain apart from the piano music e.g. natural sciences such as Maths or Physics. Currently he studies at Open Gate, oficially certified IB school in CZ and is the founder and editor in chief of this website.

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