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Enjoy the most famous arias and duets from Mozart´s operas “The Magic Flute”, “The Marriage of Figaro” and “Don Giovanni”.

All instrumental works are played from original urtext editions.

The classical Mozart concert programme is divided into three parts (each of them takes 20 minutes). Menu and drinks are served only during the concert breaks.

Mozart Dinner Program

Welcome drink

First Part of Mozart Concert

Don Giovanni

  • Aria Leporella – “Notte e giorno faticar”
  • Duet Zerlina and Masetto – “Giovinette che fate l´amore”
  • “A Little Night Music – Allegro” (1st movement)
  • Aria Zerlina – “Batti, batti o bel Masetto”
  • “A Little Night Music – Romance” (2nd movement)
  • Duet Giovanni and Zerlina – “La ci darem la mano”

STARTER

Second Part of Mozart Concert

The Best of Mozart’s Operas

  • Aria Figaro – “Non piú andrai” – from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • Aria Cherubino – “Voi che sapete” from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Allegro”
  • Aria Don Giovanni – “Finch´ han dal vino” from “Don Giovanni”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Presto”
  • Duet Susanna and Figaro – “Tutto é tranquillo…Pace, pace” from “The Marriage of Figaro”

MAIN COURSE

Third Part of Mozart Concert

The Magic Flute

  • Duet Papageno and Pamina – “Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen”
  • “A Little Night Music – Menuetto” (3rd movement)
  • Aria Pamina – “Ach ich fühl’s”
  • Aria Papageno – “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen”
  • Duet Papageno a Papagena – “Pa-pa”

DESSERT

Advent and Christmas Mozart Dinner (1. 12. – 22. 12. and 26. 12. – 28. 12.)

Welcome drink

First Part of Mozart Concert

Don Giovanni

  • Aria Leporella – “Notte e giorno faticar”
  • Duet Zerlina and Masetto – “Giovinette che fate l´amore”
  • “A Little Night Music – Allegro” (1st movement)
  • Aria Zerlina – “Batti, batti o bel Masetto”
  • “A Little Night Music – Romance” (2nd movement)
  • Duet Giovanni and Zerlina – “La ci darem la mano”

STARTER

Second Part of Mozart Concert

The Best of Mozart’s Operas

  • Aria Figaro – “Non piú andrai” – from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • Aria Cherubino – “Voi che sapete” from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Allegro”
  • Aria Don Giovanni – “Finch´ han dal vino” from “Don Giovanni”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Presto”
  • Duet Susanna and Figaro – “Tutto é tranquillo…Pace, pace” from “The Marriage of Figaro”

MAIN COURSE

Third Part of Mozart Concert

Mozart´s sacred works

  • “Exsultate, jubilate” – W.A. Mozart
  • Duet “Ave Verum Corpus” – W.A. Mozart

The Magic Flute

  • “A Little NIght Music – Menuetto” (3rd movement)
  • Duet Papageno and Pamina – “Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen”
  • Aria Pamina – “Ach ich fühl’s”
  • Aria Papageno – “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen”
  • Duet Papageno a Papagena – “Pa-pa”

DESSERT

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Mozart Dinner (24. 12. and 25. 12.)

Welcome drink

First Part of Mozart Concert

Don Giovanni

  • Aria Leporella – “Notte e giorno faticar”
  • Duet Zerlina and Masetto – “Giovinette che fate l´amore”
  • “A Little Night Music – Allegro” (1st movement)
  • Aria Zerlina – “Batti, batti o bel Masetto”
  • “A Little Night Music – Romance” (2nd movement)
  • Duet Giovanni and Zerlina – “La ci darem la mano”

STARTER

Second Part of Mozart Concert

The Best of Mozart’s Operas

  • Aria Figaro – “Non piú andrai” – from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • Aria Cherubino – “Voi che sapete” from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Allegro”
  • Aria Don Giovanni – “Finch´ han dal vino” from “Don Giovanni”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Presto”
  • Duet Susanna and Figaro – “Tutto é tranquillo…Pace, pace” from “The Marriage of Figaro”

SOUP

Third Part of Mozart Concert

The Magic Flute

  • Duet Papageno and Pamina – “Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen”
  • “A Little Night Music – Menuetto” (3rd movement)
  • Aria Pamina – “Ach ich fühl’s”
  • Aria Papageno – “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen”
  • Duet Papageno a Papagena – “Pa-pa”

MAIN COURSE

Fourth Part of Mozart Concert

Christmas carols & Mozart´s sacred works

  • Duet “Ave Verum Corpus” – W. A. Mozart
  • “Exsultate, jubilate” – W. A. Mozart
  • Duet ” Silent Night ” – the Authentic Carol from Salzburg

DESSERT

New Year’s Eve Mozart Dinner (29. 12. and 30. 12.)

Welcome drink

First Part of Mozart Concert

Don Giovanni

  • Aria Leporella – “Notte e giorno faticar”
  • Duet Zerlina and Masetto – “Giovinette che fate l´amore”
  • “A Little Night Music – Allegro” (1st movement)
  • Aria Zerlina – “Batti, batti o bel Masetto”
  • “A Little Night Music – Romance” (2nd movement)
  • Duet Giovanni and Zerlina – “La ci darem la mano”

STARTER

Second Part of Mozart Concert

The Best of Mozart’s Operas

  • Aria Figaro – “Non piú andrai” – from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • Aria Cherubino – “Voi che sapete” from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Allegro”
  • Aria Don Giovanni – “Finch´ han dal vino” from “Don Giovanni”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Presto”
  • Duet Susanna and Figaro – “Tutto é tranquillo…Pace, pace” from “The Marriage of Figaro

MAIN COURSE

Third Part of Mozart Concert

New Year’s Eve

  • “Meine Lippen Sie küssen so heiß.. “. – F. Lehár
  • “Lippen schweigen” – F. Lehár
  • Kaiser Walzer – J. Strauss II

The Magic Flute

  • Duet Papageno and Pamina – “Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen”
  • Aria Papageno – “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen”
  • Duet Papageno a Papagena – “Pa-pa”

DESSERT

New Year’s Mozart Dinner (1. 1.)

Welcome drink

First Part of Mozart Concert

Don Giovanni

  • Aria Leporella – “Notte e giorno faticar”
  • Duet Zerlina and Masetto – “Giovinette che fate l´amore”
  • “A Little Night Music – Allegro” (1st movement)
  • Aria Zerlina – “Batti, batti o bel Masetto”
  • “A Little Night Music – Romance” (2nd movement)
  • Duet Giovanni and Zerlina – “La ci darem la mano”

STARTER

Second Part of Mozart Concert

The Best of Mozart’s Operas

  • Aria Figaro – “Non piú andrai” – from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • Aria Cherubino – “Voi che sapete” from “The Marriage of Figaro”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Allegro”
  • Aria Don Giovanni – “Finch´ han dal vino” from “Don Giovanni”
  • “Divertimento in D major – Presto”
  • Duet Susanna and Figaro – “Tutto é tranquillo…Pace, pace” from “The Marriage of Figaro”

SOUP

Third Part of Mozart Concert

The Magic Flute

  • Duet Papageno and Pamina – “Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen”
  • “A Little Night Music – Menuetto” (3rd movement)
  • Aria Pamina – “Ach ich fühl’s”
  • Aria Papageno – “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen”
  • Duet Papageno a Papagena – “Pa-pa”

MAIN COURSE

Fourth Part of Mozart Concert

New Year’s Day

  • Kaiser Walzer – J. Strauss II
  • “All I Ask of You” – A. L. Webber
  • “Meine Lippen Sie küssen so heiß.. “. – F. Lehár
  • Aria Don Giovanni – „Finch´ han dal vino“ from „Don Giovanni“
  • “Lippen schweigen“ – F. Lehár

DESSERT

Amadeus Prague Ensemble

Soprano Gabriela Kopperová

mozart dinner prague sopranoShe graduated at the Prague Conservatory and continued to study singing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. During her studies she acted as a guest in Silesian Theater in Opava in roles of Gounod’s Marketa and Micaela in opera Carmen.
After graduation she joined F.X. Šalda Theatre where she performed until 2015. She played many important roles such as Rusalka, Mimi in opera La Bohème, Madame Butterfly, Manon Lescaut, Fidelia in opera Edgar or Tamara from less known work Demon by Anton Rubinstein.
She cooperates with South Bohemian Theatre as Nedda (I Pagliacci), Fiordiligi (Cosi fan tutte) or Aida. In the North Bohemian Theatre she plays a role of Anna Elisa (Paganini), Sylva (The Gypsy Princess), Lisa (The Land of Smiles) and nowadays she has been preparing for a role of Pamina in the Magic Flute.

Soprano Lucie Vagenknechtová

Mozart Dinner prague Soprano singerA sopranist born in Turnov, CZ. She graduated at Pardubice Conservatory in 2012 after completing studies in the class of Prof. Miloslav Stříteský. Lucie has been studying classical music at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (AMU) under the guidance of Prof. Roman Janál since 2013. Simultaneously she has been artistically mentored by Mrs. Jarmila Chaloupková and Maestro Antonio Carangelo.
She has been granted several awards, e. g. 1st prize at international singing competition Pražský pěvec, 2nd prize at Bohuslav Martinů´s Singing Competition, 3rd prize at 31st show of conservatories of the Czech Republic, 2nd prize at Singing competition in Olomouc and 2nd prize at Antonín Dvořák International Singing Competition in Karlovy Vary.
So far Lucie has been cooperating with Pardubice Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, Hradec Králové Philharmonic Orchestra, Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra Olomouc and the theatre orchestra in Ústí nad Labem. In 2014-2015 she performed the role of Zdenka in the performance „Zápisník zmizelého“ in the Theatre of J. K. Tyla in Pilsen. Currently she is Papagena in W.A. Mozart´s Magic flute in F. X. Šalda‘s Theatre in Liberec. Most recently she has appeared as the Wise Girl in Carl Orff´s The Wise Girl, The Story of the King and the Wise Woman in Opava Silesian Theatre.

Soprano Kristýna Kůstková

mozart dinner prague soprano singerKristýna Kůstková is a student of classical singing at the Conservatory of Pardubice under the leadership of Jarmila Chaloupková and at the same time cooperating with an Italian teacher Antonio Carangelo. Since age seven until 2012 she was member and solist of the Children opera Prague with whom she performed abroad, made several CD’s and took part of the educational programme at the Czech Television. At that time she also studied singing privately with Jitka Forstová. As a soloist she performed at the New Stage of the National Theatre under the baton of Jan Chalupecký. Her role was Esmeralda in The (Un) Bartered Bride, also in performance Mozart leporelo, Little Sweep and also at the Stavovské Theatre in the Czech Christmas Mass.
In 2013 she sang at the Allianz Christmas concert together with Petr Nekoranec, Olga Peretyatko and Štefan Kocán. She performs not only in the Czech Republic but also in Italy etc. She cooperated with Olomouc and Karlovy Vary philharmony and also with the Chamber philharmony Pardubice or with Symphonic Orchestra Conservatory Pardubice. Regularly cooperates with the Barocco sempre giovane group and Václav Hudeček.
In 2016 Kristýna performed at the gala concert together with Štefan Margita and the Chamber philharmony Pardubice and debuted at the Moravian theatre Olomouc as Pamina in the Magic Flute. She is awarded for: 1st place in competition: Prague singer (2011, 2015) . Singing competition Olomouc (2012) and Conservatory competition (2013). She also won 1st price at the International Antonín Dvořák singing competition in Opera hope category (2014), 3rd price in category Junior (2015) and 1st price, title Laureate and price of the Art Director of the Moravia Theatre Opera in singing competition Olomouc (2015).

Baritone Daniel Klánský

Daniel participated in many concerts in the Czech Republic as well as abroad (Florence, Milano etc.). He is a laureate of several singing competitions, a finalist of the Antonin Dvorak’s International Singing Competition and the absolute winner and laureate of Czech Radio International Singing Competition of Bohuslav Martinů.
Since may 2015 he has been cooperating with the National Theatre where he has participated in J. Kučera’s Red Mary (as Mirko Hýl/Leader), V.Kašlík’s Krakatit (as Ing. Tomeš) and B.Britten’s Billy Budd (as Donald). In the season of 2018 he will be taking a role of Schaunard in Piccini’s La Bohéme in the F.X.Šalda Theater Liberec.
He has been studying in the class of prof. Magdalena Hajóssyová at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague since autumn 2013. As a student he acted in opera studio as Papageno (in W.A.Mozart’s Magic Flute). Together with a company RunOpeRun he acted as Earl Almaviva in the modern interpretation of the Marriage of Figaro. He also performed a role of Epicureus (Facettum musicum) at the Olomouc Baroque Festival.
He often performs together with his father, world-known piano virtuoso, Ivan Klánský. Daniel participated in Bennewitz Quarter, Epoque Quartet and several times with the Chamber Philharmony Pardubice and the Karlovy Vary Philharmony. He also took a part in a concert tour with his brother Lukáš Klánský and violinist Jan Mráček.
He regularly performs a concert for Mozart’s Society at Bertramka, for example for Austrian Mozarteum’s pedagogues or the Society of W.A.Mozart in New York. He took a part at the concert held to Mozart’s anniversary that was broadcasted by the Czech Radio. Daniel also performed in a number of Czech music festivals, such as Smetana’s Litomyšl, Václav Hudeček’s Academy in Luhačovice, Prague, Music Festival, Baroque Festival in Olomouc, Monastery Music Festival in Šumperk and so on.

Baritone Andrej Beneš

mozart dinner prague bariton singerOpera singer Andrej Beneš is a student of Prague HAMU (Academy of Music and Art) at the class of Professor Magdalena Hajóssyová. Prior to that he studied abroad, mainly in Rome and Florence. Andrej is a laureate of G.Taddei competition in Neapoli in 2005 and he was chosen to perform at the talent concert with famous tenor and director José Cura in French Nancy.
In 2005 he sang the role of Gran Sacerdote in Verdi opera Nabucco at the Petr Dvorský festival in Jaroměřice. After that he accepted offers at hosting, first at National Moravian-Silesian Theatre, where he portrayed the role of Guglielm at W. A. Mozart opera Cosi fan tutte, also in versified version of Jaromír Nohavica, or in role of Stordilan at the opera II Cavvaliere Errante created by Neapoli baroque composer Tommas Traetta. In 2007 Andrej learnt the role of Marullo in Verdi’s opera Rigoletto for the Janáček opera in Brno. In 2009 he performed at the stage of Prague Estates Theatre in the role of Masetto at the Mozart opera Don Giovanni.
In Brno City Theatre he portrayed the role of Frank in J. Strauss operetta Die Fledermaus. He also cooperated with the Chamber opera in Brno where he learnt the role of Buonafede in J. Haydn opera II mondo della luna and the lead role in F. Tellemann opera Pimpinone. In 2012 Andrej created the role of Poet at the Salieri opera Prima la musica poi le parole with the Quiet Opera Ensemble. In the same year he was a host at the F. X. Šalda Theatre in Liberec in the role of Janek in opera In the Well composed by V. Blodek. For the Duchcov chateau he learnt the role of Casanova for the theatre adaptation of Last rose for Casanova.
Amongst his other roles belongs i.e the role of Tracollo in G. Pergolesi opera Livieta e Tracollo, also Plutone in Orfeo by Monteverdi, Buff in revised theatre adaptation by W. A. Mozart, Angelloti in Tosca by Puccini. In Opera studio of Music Academy in Prague he portrayed the role of Papageno in Magic Flute opera by W. A. Mozart. He is the member of the Run Operun company. Andrej co-worked with with the composer Richard Pachman on oratory scene Master Jan Hus at the celebration of 600th anniversary of Jan Hus execution, in which he played the role of King Zikmund. Their cooperation continued in 2016 at the Passion plays done in March by the Moravia Philharmony. In August 2016 he performed at the North Czech Philharmonic Teplice at the Mozart gala evening. Andrej Beneš co-worked with directors such as: John Fiore, José Cura, Wolfgang Scheidt, Jaroslav Kyzlink, Robert Jindra, Ondrej Olos, Jiří Petrdlík etc.

Amadeus Prague Ensemble

is formed by 5 instrumentalists from the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Salzburg Chamber Soloists etc., who perform their art dressed in period costumes.
The free part classical concert program is performed between each course of the culinary dinner. For your delight, there will be arias and duets from the operas “The Marriage of Figaro”, “Don Giovanni” (this Opera had world premiere in 1787 in Prague conducted with great success by Amadeus Mozart himself), “The Magic Flute” and sentences from serenade “A Little Night Music” and “Salzburg Divertimento”.

All instrumental works are played from original urtext editions.
Event is suitable for children from the age of two years.

Find the complete program of this classical music concert in Prague.