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Performance history has been updated only up to (and including) the centenary year of 2015; for more recent performances visit our online calendar. Please note that performance dates are listed numerically by day/month/year. If no country is specified, the performance took place in the Czech Republic (Czechoslovakia prior to 1993).


April preludes | Dubnova preludia, op. 13. Piano. 1937.
Premiered by Dana Setkova, Pritomnost Society, Prague 5.10.1937. Other performances: on November 1939 in Prague; Rudolf Firkusny at a concert of La Societe de la Musique Contemporaine at La Salle d'Archives Internationales de la Dance, 6, rue Vital, Paris-16e, on 28.1.1940 (the program was also broadcast); Karel Jandera at a concert organized by ROH at the Municipal Library of Prague on 18.9.1945; broadcast on 17.6.1946 by Brno Radio; recorded by Vaclav Holzknecht (I, III) for Ultraphon in 1947(?); performed by Rudolf Firkusny on 14.3.1947 in Carnegie Hall, New York; by Ludmila Novotna on 12.1.1950 in Olomouc at a concert organized by Jednota slovanskych zen, and on 1.6.1950 in Brno-Kralovo Pole at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Women's Union; by Jan Erml in Brno on 23.1.1955; Heda Stonavska at a concert organized by the Janacek Academy in collaboration with the Czechoslovak Composers Union in Brno on 24.1.1955; E. Holubarova at the Writers' Club in Prague on 4.5.1955; recorded by Bozena Pidermannova for Supraphon, 1955; performed by Karel Jandera at a concert commemorating the 50th anniversary of Kapralova's birth at the House of Arts in Brno on 13.1.1965; by Vera Canova at a concert of AMU on 9.12.1955 in Prague; broadcast on 25.1.1965 in Brno Radio; Dagmar Simonkova at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Composers Union on 17.3.1965 in Prague and on 3.12.1968 at the Composers' Club in Prague; by prof. Heirova in Brno in December 1965; by Hildegard Kuglerova at the 14th anniversary concert of the Brno Conservatory in Brno on 4.11.1969; recorded by Jan Erml (1955), Otakar Vondrovic (1975), and Jaroslav Smykal (1991) for the Brno Radio; performed by Zdislava Otrubova in 1971 at a concert of the Brno Conservatory; by Otakar Vondrovic at the Prague Spring Festival, Valdstejska jizdarna, Prague on 24.5.1975; by Chemda Raz at a festival of women's music in Beer Seve in 1986, and in a broadcast from Tel-Aviv on 28.6.1987. Recorded by Virginia Eskin for Northeastern Records in 1992. Performed by Ivana Hotarkova at the graduation concert of JAMU on 2.4.1993 in Brno; by Renata Bialasova at the anniversary concert of ZUS Brno-Kralovo Pole on 16.10.1995. Recorded by Jaroslav Smykal for the Brno Radio in 1991 and released by Studio Matous in 1998, broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 15.8.2000. Performed by Tomas Visek on 19.9.1998 (Prague), 20.3.1999 (Prague) and 29.3.1999 (Brno); by Mari Tokuda on 6.6.1999 in Tokyo. The 1998 release by Studio Matous was broadcast by De Concertzender Radio, Holland on 14.7. and 19.7.1999. Performed by Tomas Visek on 15.9.1999 (Tri Studne), 8.12.1999 (Nove Mesto na Morave), 17.12.1999 (Sissach, Switzerland), 9.2.2000 (Prague), and 22.4.2000 (Klasterec nad Ohri). Performed by Jodi Huang [I, III] at her graduation concert at York University, Toronto on 30.3.2000; by Linda Bartkova at the Brno Conservatory on 2.5.2000 and Tri Studne on 6.9.2000. Performed by Antonin Kubalek at the Arts and Letters Club in Toronto on 6.10.2000. Performed by Sabina Vajdova in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 13.11.2000. Virginia Eskin's performance was broadcast on 1.2.2001 on Public Radio for Eastern New York and Western New England, United States. Performed by Kuang-Hao Huang at the International Conference on Music Suppressed by the Third Reich, at the Old Cabell Hall Auditorium, University of Virginia, United States on 24.3.2001, and at Lily Raid Holt Memorial Chapel, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois on 8.4.2001. The Studio Matous release of Jaroslav Smykal's performance was broadcast on Czech Radio 3 in Prague on 16.4.2001 and his rendition of Andante Semplice on CBC Radio 2 during the program In Performance, on 3.5.2001. Recorded for a television documentary Last Concertino by Igor Ardasev in Brno on 3-4.2.2001. The documentary was introduced at the International TV Film Festival Golden Prague on May 6-10, 2001 and previewed in Kino ART in Brno on 16.5.2001. TV premiere was on 3.6.2001 on CTv 2, repeat broadcasts on 28.7.2001, 8.1.2005, 12.1.2005, and 25.12.2009. Allegro ma non troppo and Andante were performed by Tomas Visek at a concert organized by the Mayor of Tri Studne on 12.9.2001. "Vivo", recorded by Virginia Eskin for Northeastern Records, was broadcast on Network Chicago on 1.10.2001, 14.6.2002, and 29.1.2003. Performed by Jenny Lin on 20.1.2002 at the Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, and on 19.2.2002 at the Miller Theatre, Columbia University, New York, United States; by Erik Entwistle at the Anderson Center for the Arts at the Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY on 12.04.2002; by Tomas Visek in Tri Studne on 14.9.2002; by Jenny Lin in Puurs, Belgium on 29.9.2002 and in Gaschurn, Austria on 6.10.2002; by Cornelia Mühlenhof in Hechingen, Germany on 6.10.2002. Performed by Jenny Lin at the Carnegie Hall (Weill Recital Hall), New York on 25.10.2002. The Supraphon recording of Bozena Pidermannova's performance was broadcast during the Musica Moderna program by the Czech Radio 3 on 13.12.2002. Performed by Claudio Canal at the Cafe Pregresso in Torino, Italy on 12.12.2002, and at the Sala Soster di Palazzo Festari in Valdagno, Italy on 17.1.2003; by Daniela Hlinkova at the recital of Entartete Musik at Hoschule für Musik Köln, Germany on 29.6.2003. The 1998 Studio Matous CD recording was broadcast on 27.8.2003 by the Czech Radio 3 as part of the 45-minute radio documentary Skladatelka a dirigentka Vitezslava Kapralova and on 8.11.2003 as part of the 59-minute documentary Vitezslava Kapralova [1915-1940]. Performed by Erik Entwistle at the Faculty Artist Recital at Longy School of Music at Cambridge, Massachusetts on 4.12.2003; excerpts from the work (the 1998 Studio Matous CD recording) were broadcast by Radio Prague on 12.4.2004. Performed by Igor Ardasev in Besedni dum in Brno on 20.4.2004 - his performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 25.7.2004 and by Polskie Radio on 16.11.2004.Performed by Jakub Kozak at ZUS Vitezslavy Kapralove in Brno on 21.5.2004. The 1998 Matous Studio CD recording was broadcast by Sveriges Radio P2 on 30.8. and 5.9. 2004. Andante and Vivo were performed by Jakub Kozak at Tri Studne on 9.9.2004 and in Sal Z. Podhajske in Prague on 2.12.2004; Andante was performed by Jana Pelikanova at the Bezrucova Opava Festival on 23.9.2004. Jaroslav Smykal's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3, as part of the program "Zivot klaviristy: Matine s Jaroslavem Smykalem" on 13.10.2004. Allegro ma non troppo was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 during the program Akademie on 12.1.2005; Jaroslav Smykal's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio (Brno Studio) on 19.2.2005 and by WPRB Princeton on 9.3.2005. Virginia Eskin's performance [Northeastern Records] was broadcast by CBC Radio 2 on 6.2.2005 and by WMFT Chicago on 10.6.2005. Igor Ardasev's recorded performance (Brno, 20.4.2004) was broadcast by Musiq3, RTFB, Belgium on 31.3.2005 at 9:30 during the Concert du Matin program. Performed by Jakub Kozak at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 11.4.2005. Jaroslav Smykal's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 13.7.2005. Performed by Renata Bialasova at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 24.10.2005 and in House Larenz in Koenigswinter in Germany on 22.1.2006. Performed as a solo piano composition by Petr Jirikovsky and as a piano trio (arr. Josef Ceremuga) by the Martinu Trio (Pavel Sarafik, Jaroslav Matejka, and Petr Jirikovsky) at the Komponistinen und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel, Germany on 20.11.2005. Performed by Sonya Szabo-Reynolds in Cincinnati, Ohio at the Cincinnati Public Library on 18.3.2006, at Xavier University on 23.1.2006, and at Premier Pianos on 9.4.2006. Recorded by Virginia Eskin for a radio documentary First Ladies of Music which was broadcast at WGBH Boston on 30.4.2006, JPR Ashland, Oregon on 21.5.2006, WFMT Chicago, Illinois on 24.5.2006, and at KWAX, University of Oregon on 5.6.2006. Performance by Jaroslav Smykal was broadcast the Czech Radio 3 as part of the radio program "Zivot klaviristy: Matine s Jaroslavem Smykalem" on 11.10.2006. Performed by Cornelia Mühlenhoff in Herrenberg, Germany on 22.10.2006; Jaroslav Smykal's performance was broadcast by Sveriges Radio 2 on 1.12.2006; performed by Marie Lapkova at her graduation concert at New Adalbertin Concert Hall in Hradec Kralove on 22.3.2007. Vivo was performed by Virginia Eskin at Monadnock Music Festival in Peterborough, New Hampshire on 2.8.2007. Performed by Sonya Szabo Reynolds at the Xavier University, United States on 29.7.2007, at Premier Pianos in Cincinnati, Ohio on 14.10.2007, and at the Dayton Art Institute, Ohio on 21.10.2007. Performed by Marja Bon in Amstelkerk, Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 23.1.2008; Performed by Marcel Worms at the Theater de Cameleon in Amsterdam on 27.4.2008 and broadcast by the Radio Mona Lisa on 3.5.2008. Jaroslav Smykal's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio (D-Dur) on 8.7.2008 and by the Czech Radio 3 on 12.7.2008. Performed by Virginia Eskin at the Adyghe State University in Maykop, Russia (the Russian premiere) on 21.11.2008. Andante semplice was performed by Peter Geisselbrecht at Riedstadt, Germany on 27.11.2008. Performed by Virginia Eskin at the University of Nebraska at Omaha on 10.12.2008. Virginia Eskin's recording (Koch Records 2008) was broadcast during the Classics in the Morning program on 6.2.2009 by WGBH Boston. Jaroslav Smykal's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio Brno on 5.4.2009. Virginia Eskin's recording (Koch Records 2008) was broadcast by CKWR Waterloo on 4.5.2009. Performed by Jaroslava Pechocova in Prague on 14.6.2009 and at the Concentus Moraviae Festival in Slavkov u Brna, Czech Republic on 25.6.2009; the latter performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 29.11.2009. Performed by Martin Kasik at the Moravian Autumn Festival in Brno on 9.10.2009; by Daniela Hlinkova during her lecture-recital at the 19th International Festival of the Arts, at the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in St. Petersburg on 15.3.2010; by Alice Rajnohova at the Janacek Academy of Music in Brno on 26.03.2010; Jan Erml's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 29.3.2010. Performed by Renata Bialasova at the concert of Bohuslav Martinu Society at the ZUS Vitezslavy Kapralove on 12.4.2010; by Erik Entwistle at the Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan on 25.4.2010. Virginia Eskin's performance was broadcast by KCME in Colorado Springs on 25.4.2010; Jaroslav Smykal's performance was broadcast by WPRB Princeton on 30.03.2011; Virginia Eskin's performance was broadcast by Radio Vara 4, Hilversum, the Netherlands, on 22.4.2011. Andante and Andante semplice were performed by Peter Geisselbrecht at the Pennsylvania State University on 7.9.2011, at the Hermann-Schafft-House in Kassel, Germany on 10.12.2011, and Brugelmannsaal, Koln, Germany on 16.3.2012. Koch's 2008 recording, featuring Virginia Eskin, was broadcast by the Radio Vara 4, the Netherlands on 30.3.2012. Andante semplice was performed by Sara Davis Buechner at the Centenary of Rudolf Firkusny 2012 Closing Gala concert at the Janacek Academy of Performing Arts in Brno on 28.4.2012. Andante semplice, performed by Anton Kubalek, was broadcast by WRPB Princeton, United States, on 30.5.2012. The complete work, performed by Virginia Eskin (Koch Records 2008), was broadcast by ABC Classic FM in Australia on 10.11.2012. vivo was broadcast during Musique et autres muses: Vitulka Kapralova, a two-hour radio documentary produced by RTBF Radio MUSIQ3 (Belgium) on 2.1.2013 and 4.1.2013. The 2008 Koch recording, featuring Virginia Eskin, was broadcast by WWVH (university of Hartford) on 24.1.2013. Sara Buechner's mp3 recording of the Andante semplice was broadcast by CFSI Radio in Sault Spring Island, Canada on 13.10.2013. Performed by Hedar Ahmad and Alena Kohoutova at HAMU Library in Prague on 16.1.2014. Allegro ma non troppo, Andante, and Andante semplice were performed by Marketa Janackova at the Bedrich Smetana Museum in Prague on 14.2.2014. Performed by Sonya Szabo-Reynolds at the Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, on 18.3. and 20.3.2014. Performed by Katerina Skacelova at the Brno Conservatory on 2.4.2014. Allegro ma non troppo and Andante semplice were performed by Peter Geisselbrecht at Spectrum, New York City on 3.9.2014. Performed by Alice Rajnohova at Reduta in Brno on 18.9.2014, at the concert hall Sv. Duch in Krnov on 19.9.2014, and at the Janacek International Festival Brno on 22.11.2014. Performed by Marketa Janackova in Telc on 16.2.2015; by Igor Ardasev in Besedni dum in Brno on 17.2.2015. Virginia Eskin's performance (Koch Records 2008) was broadcast on Radio 4MBS Classic FM during the Morning Concert program in Australia on 8.3.2015. Performed by Eunjung Lee during the Specs On! Festival in Berlin, Germany, on 10.4.2015. As an arrangement for piano trio (by Ceremuga) it was performed by Orbis Piano Trio at the University of Cambridge, UK, on 30.4.2015, and at the Altes Rathaus, Germany, on 30.9.2015. Performed by Tzu-Yin Huang during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 24.9.2015. Virginia Eskin's performance recorded by Koch was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 1 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 12.10.2015. Performed by Martina Mergentalova in Kromeriz on 20.10.2015; by Virginia Eskin In Swampscott, Massachusetts, United States on 2.11.2015. Performed by Alice Rajnohova during the Kapralova Symposium at the Allgemeine Lesegesellschaft in Basel, Switzerland, on 28.11.2015.

Waving farewell | Sbohem a satecek, op. 14. Voice and piano. 1937.
Premiered by Jarmila Vavrdova and the author (pno.) at the Victoria College in Prague on 19.6.1937. Other performances: by Jarmila Vavrdova in Prague Radio on 11.11.1937; by Jarmila Vavrdova and Dr. Vaclav Holzknecht at a concert of Umelecka Beseda in Prague on 6.2.1946; broadcast on 17.6.1946 by Brno Radio. Performed by Zdenka Kosatikova and Ludmila Novotna (pno.) at a concert organized by Jednota slovanskych zen in Olomouc on 15.11.1947; by Milada Gotthardova-Weibergrova (soprano) and Ludmila Novotna at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Women's Union in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 1.6.1950; Milada Gotthardova-Weinbergrova and Jan Erml (pno.) on 23.1.1955 in Brno; Olga Haasova-Kunderova and Josefa Hlouskova (pno.) on 12.6.1958 at the Brno Conservatory; Vlasta Linhartova (voice) and Vlastimil Lejsek (pno.) at a concert commemorating the 50th birth anniversary of Kapralova at the House of Arts in Brno on 13.1.1965; Vlasta Prosova and Marie Maresova (pno.) on 17.3.1965 in Prague at the anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Composers Union; Alena Nemcova (voice) and Milan Masa (pno.) at the JAMU concert in Besedni dum in Brno on 7.6.1965; Jarmila Nenadalova (soprano) and Jirina Kolmanova (pno.) at a matinee of young artists at the Janacek Theater Foyer in Brno on 9.3.1969; Zdena Matouskova and Jiri Pokorny (?) at the concert of Young Artists, Prague Spring Festival, on 18.5. 1982 in Pamatnik narodniho pisemnictvi in Prague; Anna Kratochvilova and Drahomira Ritzova (pno.) on 21.2.1988. Recorded by Tamara Brummerova and Jiri Niedoba for the Czech Radio (Ostrava) and its Stylton label in 1996; the recording was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 1.10.1999. Performed by Tomas Visek (pno.) and Monika Splouchalova at the concert of the renewed Pritomnost Society in Prague on 9.2.2000; by Jana Stefackova (voice) and Sabina Vajdova (pno.) in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 13.11.2000; Irena Houkalova (voice) and Jaroslav Saroun (pno.) at the Studio 1 of the Czech Radio 3 in Prague on 9.1.2002 (live broadcast); Caroline Helton (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music on 24.1.2002 and broadcast on UMTV (U of Michigan) Channel 22 on 22.2.2002 at 18:00. Repeat broadcasts: 24.2.2002 at 21:00, 27.2.2002 at 21:00, 28.2.2002 at 19:00, 22.3.2002 at 19:00, 25.3.2002 at 20:00, 27.3.2002 at 21:00, 31.3.2002 at 19:00, 17.6.2002 at 19:30, 20.6.2002 at 22:30, 8.7.2002 at 20:00, 14.7.2002 at 18:00, 25.7.2002 at 18:00, 30.7.2002 at 18:00, 15.8.2002 at 19:00, 26.8.2002 at 22:00, 4.5.2003 at 9:00, 5.5.2003 at 11:00, 6.5.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 31.5.2003 at 21:00, 1.6.2003 at 11:00, 2.6.2003 at 2:00 and 16:00, 7.7.2003 at 17:00, 8.7.2003 at 7:00 and 22:00, 9.7.2003 at 12:00, 17.3.2003 at 20:00, 18.7.2003 at 10:00, and 19.7.2003 at 1:00 and 15:00. Performed by Irena Houkalova (soprano) and Martina Novakova (pno.) at the Foerster Hall in Prague on 1.5.2002 and Atrium Zizkov in Prague on 6.5.2002; Katerina Machackova (soprano) and Danuse Kristkova (pno.) at a graduation recital of JAMU in Brno on 14.5.2002; Irena Houkalova (soprano) and Jaroslav Saroun (pno.) at Antonin Dvorak Memorial in Vysoka on 31.5.2002; Zuzana Fiserova (soprano) and Eliska Novotna (pno.) at the Festival TRIBUNA KOMORNI PISNE in Pilsen, Czech Republic on 8.10.2002; Jana Stefackova (mezzo-soprano) and Sabina Vajdova (pno.) at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno on 11.12.2002. Irena Houkalova (soprano) and Jaroslav Saroun (pno.) as part of the 59-minute radio documentary Vitezslava Kapralova [1915-1940] premiered by the Czech Radio 3 on 8.11.2003. Performed by Kira Slovacek (soprano) at the semi-finals of the Czech and Slovak Voice Competition at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on 25.11.2003, at the competition finals in Montreal, Canada, on 30.11.2003, and during the Women Composers' Collage Concert in Ann Arbor, Michigan on 1.2.2004. The "Birthday Concert" performance of the work (University of Michigan, 24.1.2002) was broadcast on "Ann Arbor Alive" in Michigan on 5.5. and 8.5.2004. Performed by Kira Slovacek and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at the Northside Community Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan on 9.10.2004; Caroline Helton at U-M Music School Recital Hall in Ann Arbor, Michigan on 14.9.2004; Katerina Andelova (voice) and Sarka Kralova (pno.) at the Janacek Academy of Music concert in Brno on 21.3.2005. Broadcast by radio Proglas in Brno on 27.5.2005. Performed by Jana Stefackova (voice) and Sabina Vajdova (pno.) at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 11.4.2005. Broadcast by Radio Proglas on 27.5.2005. Performed by Kira Slovacek and Timothy Cheek at the Komponisten und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel, Germany on 19.11.2005. Performed by Anne Gross (soprano) and Matthew Piatt (pno.) at the Slavic Vocal Literature Class Recital at the University of Michigan School of Music on 5.12.2005. Dana Buresova's rendition of the song (Supraphon 2003) was broadcast by the CBC Radio 2 during the program The Singer and the song on 19.2.2006. Performed by Jana Stefackova (soprano) and Sabina Vajdova (pno.) at the Moravian Composers' Club in Brno on 10.4.2006; by Irene Maessen (soprano) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Jagthuis Festival in Nederhost den Berg, The Netherlands, on 26.5.2006; by Caroline Helton and Kevin Bylsma (pno.) at the Moore Musical Arts Centre in Bowling Green, Ohio on 23.8.2006; by Irena Furbachova (soprano) and Miron Smidak (pno.) at the Czech Museum in Prague on 16.5.2007. Broadcast by Radio D-Dur in Prague on 10.10.2007, 24.10.2007, and 7.11.2007. Performed by Kathleen Payne (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Shenandoah Conservatory, Wincester, Virginia on 11.11.2007; by Caroline Helton (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music on 31.1.2008; by Susan Amisano (soprano) and Timothy Cheek at the Binghamton University, NY on 23.11.2008; by Kara Douglas (soprano) and Joseph Fuller (pno.) at the First Baptist Church in Bay City, Texas on 29.11.2008; by Elizabeth Stoner (soprano) and Lydia Qiu (pno.) at the Kerrytown Concert House in Ann Arbor, Michigan on 8.12.2008. Broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 during Matinée with Vojtech Babka on 17.2., 18.2., and 19.2.2009. Performed by Christine Seitz (soprano) and Jessica Paul (pno.) at the Center for Faith and Life Recital Hall, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa on 23.2.2009. Performed at the Martinu Festival Vienna 2009 by Marketa Cukrova (mezzo-soprano) and Ludek Sabaka (pno.) at the Haus der Musik, Vienna on 16.6.2009. Performed by Andrea Priechodska (soprano) and Alice Rajnohova (pno.) at the Janacek Academy of Performing Arts in Brno on 26.03.2010; by Jana Wallingerova (mezzo-soprano) and Renata Ardasevova (pno.) at the Liechtejstejn Palace in Prague on 17.4.2010. Performed by Andrea Priechodska (soprano) and Alice Rajnohova (pno.) at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 7.3.2011; by Chloe Moore (soprano) and Louise Andree Baril (pno.) during the final round of the 11th Czech and Slovak International Voice Competition at the Chapelle historique du Bon Pasteur in Montreal, Canada, on 26.11.2011. Performed by Jana Wallingerova (voice) and Ondrej Olos (pno.) in Besedni dum in Brno on 13.12.2011 - their performance was recorded and broadcast on 14.12.2011 during Studio Live from Brno by the Czech Radio 3. Performed by Katherine Vokes (soprano) and Thomas Bandy [pno.] at the Oberlin Conservatory in Oberlin, Ohio on 30.1.2012; by Olivia Betzen (soprano) and Mariah Mlynarek [pno.] at the University of Michigan on 15.3.2012; by Marta Herman (MS) and Tim Cheung (pno.), presented by the Nocturnes in the City at the St. Wenceslas Church in Toronto, Canada on 25.3.2012; by Olivia Betzen (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Czech Vocal Literature Class Recital at the MacIntosh Theater, University of Michigan, on 17.4. 2012; by Cristina Castaldi (soprano) and Angy Estrada (pno.) at Rutgers University in New Jersey on 25.4.2012. Performed by Whitney-Leigh Sloan and Sylvia Shadick-Taylor (pno.) at the Timms Center for the Arts in Edmonton, Canada, on 30.4.2012; Performed by Olivia Betzen and Timothy Cheek [pno.] at the Moravian Masterclass Recital in Namest nad Oslavou, Czech Republic on 25.8.2012; by Christina Castaldi and Gene Philley (pno.) at her doctoral recital at the Rutgers University in New Jersey, United States on 1.12.2012. Performed by Michele Cusson (soprano) and Julien LeBlanc (pno.) at the semifinals of the 12th International Czech and Slovak Voice competition in Montreal, Canada on 3.10.2013. Performed by Olivia Betzen, Antonina Chekhovskaya, and Olga Rusin (sopranos) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the finals of the 12th International Czech and Slovak Voice competition in Montreal, Canada on 4.10.2013; by Olgar Rusin (soprano) and Julien LeBlanc (pno.) at the Winners concert of the 12th International Czech and Slovak Voice competition in Montreal, Canada on 4.10.2013. The 2003 Supraphon recording, featuring Dana Buresova (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.), was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 24.10.2013. Performed by Lucie Laubova (soprano) and Jaroslav Saroun (pno.) at the HAMU Library in Prague on 16.1.2014; by Elizabeth Cameron (soprano) and Gunta Laukmane (pno.) at the Western Michigan University on 22.1.2014; by Kayleigh Decker (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music on 28.1.2014. Performed by Katherine Calcamuggio and Cesar Canon at the University of Michigan School of Music on 19.3.2014. Performed by Katherine Calcamuggio and Timothy Cheek at the Moravian Master Class Graduates Recital in Namest nad Oslavou, Czech Republic on 13.8.2014. Performed by Genevieve Thiers and Saori Chiba at the Northbrook Public Library in Northbrook, Illinois, on 5.9.2014. Performed by Lucia Laubova and Jaroslav Saroun at the 49th International Antonin Dvorak Singing Competition in Karlovy Vary on 17.11.2014. Performed by Chazi Levicek and Jiri Levicek at the 49th Dvorak International Singing Competition in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic on 19.11.2014. Performed by Katherine Calcamuggio and Nicholas Shaneyfelt at the Faber Piano Institute in Ann Arbor, Michigan on 5.12.2014. The Supraphon recording (featuring Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek) was broadcast by Radio Proglas on 23.1.2015 and 28.1.2015. Performed by Marta Reichelova (soprano) and Marta Vaskova (pno.) in Besedni dum in Brno on 17.2.2015; by Marketa Bohmova (soprano) and Marketa Ottova (pno.) in Brno on 10.3.2015; by Kayleigh Decker (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory on 19.3.2015. Performed by Ema Katrovas (soprano) at the Centre for Austrian Studies, university of Minnesota in Minneapolis, United States, in September 2015. Performed by Kira Slovacek (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 21.9.2015. Performed by Chaazi Levicek (soprano) and Jiri Levicek (pno.) during the Krumlov Autumn Recitals in Krumlov on 31.10.2015. Performed by Olga Machonova Pavlu (soprano) and Alice Rajnohova (pno.) during the Kapralova Symposium at the Allgemeine Lesegesellschaft in Basel, Switzerland, on 28.11.2015.

Carol | Koleda. Voice and piano. 1937.
Recorded by Dana Buresova (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) for Supraphon in July 2003. Concert premiere by Irene Maessen (soprano) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Jagthuis Festival in Nederhost den Berg, The Netherlands, on 26.5.2006. The Supraphon 2003 recording was broadcast by WPRB Princeton during the Classical Discoveries program on 21.12.2005. Performed by Kara Douglas (soprano) and Joseph Fuller (pno.) at the First Baptist Church in Bay City, Texas on 29.11.2008. Performed by Helena Jankovska (mezzo-soprano) and Marcela Jelinkova (pno) in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015. Performed by Janel Speelman (soprano) and Joshua Marzan (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 21.9.2015.

Ilena, op. 15. Cantata for soli, mixed chorus, orchestra, and reciter. 1937-38.
Premiered by the Brno Academic Choir and Gaudeamus Brno conducted by Katarina Maslejova, the Brno Philharmonic conducted by Ondrej Tajovsky, soloists Irena Lukacova (soprano), Vaclav Barth (tenor), Martin Frybort [B] and Roman Groszmann [reciter] in Besedni dum in Brno on 31.5. 2007; broadcast in a radio premiere by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 9.11.2007, repeat broadcast on 16.6.2015.

Trio for oboe, clarinet, and bassoon | Trio pro hoboj, klarinet a fagot. 1937-38.
Premiered by Trio Lézard: Jan Creutz (clarinet), Stéphane Egeling (oboe), Stefan Hoffmann (bassoon) on 22.6.2011 during the Mitte Europa Festival at the Decin Castle, Decin, Czech Republic. Performed by Trio Lézard on 23.6.2011 during the Mitte Europa Festival in Marienkirche, Bad Brambach-Schönberg, Germany. Performed by Natalia Silipo (oboe), Luis Slaby (clarinet) and Gabriel La Roca (bassoon) at the Museo Fernandez Blanco, Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 14.6.2015. Performed by Nancy Ambrose King (oboe), Chad Burrow (clarinet) and Jeffrey Lyman (bassoon) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 26.9.2015.

Variations sur le carillon de l'eglise St-Etienne du Mont, op. 16 | Sest malych variaci na zvony kostela St. Etienne du Mont, op. 16. Piano. 1938.
Premiered by Ludvik Kundera in Brno on 27.3.1938. Other performances: Ludvik Kundera on 3.12.1941 at a concert organized by the Moravian Composers Club in Brno; Karel Solc on 26.11.1945 at a concert of the Pritomnost Society in Prague; Ludvik Kundera on 23.1.1946 at a concert organized by the Moravian Composers Club in Brno; Karel Solc on 28.3.1946 at a concert organized by Umelecka beseda in Prague; Jindrich Duras on 20.10.1948 in Plzen; Ludmila Novotna at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Women Union in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 1.6.1950; Jan Erml on 23.1.1955 in Brno; Zdenek Duchoslav on 24.1.1955 at a concert organized by JAMU in collaboration with the Czechoslovak Composers Union in Brno; Ales Bilek at AMU, Prague, on 9.12.1955; Zdenek Duchoslav on 25.5.1961 during the Brnensky hudebni maj Festival week in Brno, and on 19.12.1961 at a concert of JAMU in Brno; Jam Erml at a concert commemorating the 50th birth anniversary of Kapralova at the House of Arts in Brno on 13.1.1965; Dagmar Simonkova on 17.3.1965 in Prague at an anniversary concert organized by the Czechoslovak Composers Union; Zdenek Duchoslav on 23.1.1967 at the Municipal Library in Prague; Jirina Langova at a concert of the Brno Conservatory in 1974 in Brno; recorded by Otakar Vondrovic in 1975 for the Brno Radio. Performed by Otakar Vondrovic at the Prague Spring Festival, Valdstejska jizdarna, Prague on 24.5.1975; by Milan Bialas at the 8th International Music Festival in Brno on 6.10.1978, at the 60th Anniversary of the Brno Conservatory concert in Brno on 2.5.1979, at the LSU concert in Namest n/O. on 27.10.1980, at the LSU concert in Jihlava on 30.10 1980, at the LSU concert in Mikulov on 17.12.1980(?); by Renata Bielasova at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava on 28.2.1984 and on 16.5.1984, at the Janacek Academy in Brno on 20.7.1984 and on 27.7.1984, and in Namest nad Oslavou on 28.7.1984; by Radoslav Kvapil on 23.1 and 1.10. 1990 in Brno; by Renata Bialasova at the ZSU concert in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 16.10.1995; Veronika Kohoutkova in 1995 in Brno; Radka Hronova on 15.3.1995 at the graduation concert of JAMU in Brno; Sabina Vajdova on 17.4.1999 (Prague), 19.4.1999 (Brno), 1.5.1999 (Prague), 5.5.1999 (Brno); Mari Tokuda on 6.6.1999 in Tokyo; Sabina Vajdova in Prague on 30.10.1999, 6.11.1999, 7.11.1999, 18.12.1999, 19.12.1999, 16.1.2000, and 26.2.2000; Alice Rajnohova in Tri Studne on 6.9.2000. Performed by Antonin Kubalek at the Arts and Letters Club in Toronto on 6.10.2000 and recorded at the Humbercrest United Church in Toronto on 18.11.2000 by the Kapralova Society in collaboration with the York University in Toronto. Performed by Sabina Vajdova in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 13.11.2000. Antonin Kubalek's performance was broadcast on CBC Radio 2 on 3.5.2001 during the program In Performance. Recorded for a television documentary Last Concertino by Alice Rajnohova in Brno on 3-4.2.2001. The documentary premiered at the International TV Film Festival Golden Prague on May 6-10, 2001 and previewed in Kino ART in Brno on 16.5.2001. TV premiere was on 3.6.2001 on CTV 2, repeat broadcasts on 28.7.2001, 8.1.2005, 12.1.2005, and 25.12.2009. It was presented at the International Festival of Film on Art in Montreal on 16.3. and 20.3. 2003. Performed by Cornelia Mühlenhof at Hechingen, Germany on 6.10.2002; by Renata Bialasova on 11.12.2002 at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno; Variations 1,4,and 5 were performed by Veronika Kohoutkova at the concert of the Bohuslav Martinu Society in Zlin on 6.5.2003. Performed by Petra Besa-Pospisilova at the concert of the Bohuslav Martinu Society in Brno on 26.2.2004 and at the 8th Concentus Moraviae Festival in Slavkov u Brna on 6.6.2004. Performed by Jarmila Kozderkova at the Prague Academy of Music (HAMU) on 11.12.2004. A recording from the Brno Radio Archive was broadcast on 12.1.2005 during the program Akademie. A recording from the Radio Ostrava Archive (performed by Zdenek Duchoslav) was broadcast on 18.1.2005 during the program Musica Moderna by Czech Radio 3. Performed by Sabina Vajdova at the ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 11.4.2005. Radio Ostrava's recording of Zdenek Duchoslav's performance was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 during the Musica Moderna program on 12.7.2005. Performed by Petra Besa in Besedni dum in Brno on 25.10.2005; by Gabriele Nies at the Komponistinen und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel, Germany on 19.11.2005; by Jarmila Kozderkova at a concert organized under the auspices of the Embassy of Austria in Prague on 2.2.2006; by Peter Geisselbrecht at the Pennsylvania State University on 27.9.2006 and at Kulturzentrum Bezalel Synagoge, Lich, Germany on 19.11.2006; by Jarmila Kozderkova at the Reformierte Kirche in Zuchwil, Germany on 1.1.2007. Performance by Otakar Vondrovic (the Brno Radio Archives) was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 16.1.2007. Performed by Peter Geisselbrecht at the Stadtheater Idar-Oberstein in Germany on 25.2.2007. Performance by Anton Kubalek [Kapralova Society 2000] was broadcast by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week program on 14.6.2007 and in a repeat broadcast on 16.8.2007. Performed by Peter Geisselbrecht at Kutztown University, PA on 13.9.2007 and at Martin Niemoeller School in Riedstadt, Germany on 13.12.2007. Virginia Eskin's performance (Koch Records 2008) was broadcast during Classical Discoveries on WPRB Princeton on 9.7.2008. Jarmila Kozderkova's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 17.8.2008. Performed by Peter Geisselbrecht at the Blue Mountain Academy in Hamburg, PA on 6.9.2008 and at the Harvestworks Media Arts Center in New York on 15.9.2008. Virginia Eskin's performance (Koch Records 2008) was broadcast by Radio Vara 4 (The Netherlands) on 10.10. 2008, and on WGBH Boston during the Classics in the Morning program on 7.11.2008. Performed by Renata Bialasova at the ZUS Vitezslavy Kapralove in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 12.4.2010; by Erik Entwistle at the Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, on 25.4.2010. Otokar Vondrovic's performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 during the radio program Akademie z Brna ("Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota") on 16.6.2010. Performed by Peter Geisselbrecht at the Pennsylvania State University on 15.9.2010. Performed by Alice Rajnohova in Besedni dum in Brno on 13.12.2011 - her performance was recorded and broadcast on 14.12.2011 during Studio Live from Brno by the Czech Radio 3. Recorded by Alice Rajnohova in June 2011 at the Congress Centre in Zlin and released on CD by Radioservis in December 2011. The recording was broadcast on 12.4.2012 by the Czech Radio 3 during the Matine z Brna s Janem Hlavacem, and during Musique et autres muses: Vitulka Kapralova, a two-hour radio documentary produced by RTBF Radio MUSIQ3 (Belgium), on 2.1.2013 and 4.1.2013. Performed by Igor Ardasev in Besedni dum in Brno on 17.2.2015; and by Hyae-Jin Hwang during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 24.9.2015. Virginia Eskin's performance recorded by Koch was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 4 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 15.10.2015. Performed by Alice Rajnohova during the Kapralova Symposium at the Allgemeine Lesegesellschaft in Basel, Switzerland, on 28.11.2015. Recording of a performance by Otokar Vondrovic was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 16.12.2015.

Two women's choruses | Dva zenske sbory, op. 17. Women's choir. 1937.
Vezdicka was premiered by the Women's Choir of Vitezslava Kapralova with Miroslav Krcma (conductor) and Vera Baborovska (pno.) in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 23.1.1955. Other performances: Vitezslava Kapralova Women's Choir, with Miroslav Krcma and Vera Baborovska in Brno on 1.6.1955; Chamber Choir of the University of Michigan during Grand Night For Singing Concert at Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 27.9.2015 and Stamps Auditorium at the Walgreen Drama Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor on 23.10.2015.

Hymn of the volunteer nurses of the Czechoslovak Red Cross | Hymna dobrovolnych sester Ceskoslovenskeho Cerveneho krize. Two female voices and piano. 1939.
Premiere unknown. First known public performance by Shenika John Jordan and Christabel Nunoo, sopranos, and John Elam (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States, on 20.9.2015.

Waving farewell for Voice and Orchestra | Sbohem a satecek, pisen pro hlas a orchestr. Tenor/Soprano and orchestra. 1938.
Premiered by Marie Reznickova and the Zemske Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Rafael Kubelik, in Brno on 31.10.1940. Other performances: The Czech Philharmonic at the festival "Jaro nasi hudby" in Smetana Hall in Prague on 21.5.1942; E. Zachardova (voice) and the Brno Radio Orchestra conducted by Bretislav Bakala; by Zdenka Merlickova (voice) and the orchestra Helfertovo orchestralni sdruzeni conducted by Richard Thierjung in Brno on 11.2.1946; by Jarmila Novotna (soprano) and the Czech Philharmonic (?) conducted by Rafael Kubelik in Prague in May 1946; the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra with Frantisek Stupka (conductor) on 16.1.1947; the Brno Philharmonic on 9.6.1950. Recorded by Zdenka Kareninova (soprano) and the Brno Philharmonic conducted by Jiri Pinkas for Supraphon on 7.12.1955. Performed by Vlasta Linhartova (soprano), the Moravian Philharmonic and Zdenek Macal (conductor) in Luhacovice on 16.7.1963. Recorded by Vilem Pribyl (tenor) and Brno Philharmonic with Frantisek Jilek (conductor) for the Brno Radio in 1975; the recording was released by Studio Matous in 1998 and broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 15.08.2000. Performed by Zuzana Fiserova (soprano) and Northern Bohemian Philharmonic Orchestra of Teplice with Christopher Campestrini (conductor) on 9.12.1999 in Teplice. The 1998 Studio Matous CD recording was broadcast on 27.8.2003 by the Czech Radio 3 as part of the 45-minute documentary Skladatelka a dirigentka Vitezslava Kapralova, and on 21.1.2004 as part of the radio feature Zeny slavnych muzu III. Performance by Zdenka Kareninova and the Brno Philharmonic (from the Brno Radio archive) was broadcast on 12.1.2005 during the program Akademie, and on 19.2.2005 during the program Klasika. Performance by Vilem Pribyl and the Brno Philharmonic with Frantisek Jilek was broadcast on 15.10.2005 during the ZaterdagMatinee program by Vara Radio 4 (The Netherlands), and on 7.1.2007 during Into the Light program by KMFA 89.5 in Austin, Texas. Performance by Zdenka Kareninova (soprano) and the Brno Philharmonic conducted by Jiri Pinkas (the Brno Radio archive) was broadcast during the program "Moravske hudebni rody" on 6.3.2007 and 7.3.2007. Performance by Vilem Pribyl and the Brno Philharmonic with Frantisek Jilek was broadcast by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week program on 14.6.2007, and in a repeat broadcast on 16.8.2007; and by WPRB Princeton during the Classical Discoveries program on 26.3.2008. Performance by Zdenka Kareninova (soprano) and the Brno Philharmonic conducted by Frantisek Jilek was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 during the radio program Akademie z Brna ("Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota") on 16.6.2010. Pribyl's performance was broadcast during the program Music Forum from Brno on 18.10.2011 by the Czech Radio 3, and during Musique et autres muses: Vitulka Kapralova, a two-hour radio documentary produced by RTBF Radio MUSIQ3 (Belgium), on 2.1.2013 and 4.1.2013. Performed by Nicholas Phan (tenor) and the University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Kiesler at Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 25.9.2015. Performance by Vilem Pribyl and Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Frantisek Jilek (1998 Studio Matous release), was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 4 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 15.10.2015.

Seconds | Vteriny, op. 18. Voice and piano. 1936-39.
The complete collection of occasional songs was premiered by Jaroslava Vymazalova, Jaroslava Dobra and Jan Hus Tichy at a concert of the Pritomnost Society in Prague on 26.11.1945. Other performances: "Bilym satkem mava" and "Velikonoce" were performed by Z. Lidmilova (soprano) and O. Petranova (pno.) at a concert of JAMU in Brno on 24.1.1955. Performed by Vlasta Linhartova and Jan Hus Tichy (pno.) at AMU in Prague, on 9.12.1955. Recorded by Vlasta Linhartova and Milan Masa (pno.) for the Brno Radio in 1964; performed by Vlasta Linhartova and Milan Masa (pno.) at a concert commemorating the 50th birth anniversary of Kapralova at the House of Arts in Brno on 13.1.1965. Vlasta Linhartova's and Milan Masa's performance was broadcast by the Brno Radio on 4.2.1965. Performed by Vlasta Linhartova and Milena Sperlova [harp] at the KPH concert in Besedni Dum in Brno on 18.1.1966. "Koleda milostna" was performed by Sonja Theodoridou and Gerard Wyss in Frenkendorf, Switzerland on 1.11.1997 and recorded by Lenka Skornickova (soprano) and Jitka Drobilkova (pno.) for the 1998 Studio Matous CD recording. The recording was broadcast by De Concertzender Radio, Holland on 14.7. and 19.7.1999, by WRPB 103.3, Princeton, New Jersey on 24.7.2002, and by the Czech Radio 3 on 8.11.2003 as part of the 59-minute radio documentary "Vitezslava Kapralova [1915-1940]." The performance of "Posthumous Variation" by Timothy Cheek (supraphon 2003) was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 3.2.2004. The collection was broadcast by WPRB Princeton during the program "In Praise of Woman" on 3.3.2004. "Koleda milostna" (the 1998 Studio Matous recording) was broadcast during the radio programs: Akademie on 12.1.2005 (Czech Radio 3), Toulky Moravou on 22.1.2005 (Czech Radio Brno), and Encore: CD Reviews on 13.2.2005 (Czech Radio 7-Praha). "Posthumous Variation" was performed by Timothy Cheek at the Komponisten und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel, Germany, on 19.11.2005. "Bilym satkem mava, kdo se louci", "Pisen nedozniva," "Koleda milostna," and "Muj mily clovece" were performed by Irene Maessen (soprano) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Jagthuis Festival in Nederhost den Berg, The Netherlands, on 26.5.2006. "Velikonoce" was performed by Kara Douglas and Timothy Cheek (pno.)at the Bay View Music Festival in Michigan on 6.7.2006 and by Kara Douglas and Matthew McFarlin at the same festival on 28.7.2006. "Koleda milostna" was performed by K. Ondrusikova (voice) and G. Urbanova (pno.) during the Jeunesses Musicales Series, presented by the Janacek Philharmonic of Ostrava in Ostrava, Czech Republic on 19.10. 2006. The collection, performed by Timothy Cheek and Dana Buresova (Supraphon 2003), was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 15.1.2007. "Koleda milostna", performed by Lenka Skornickova (soprano) and Jitka Drobilkova (pno.), released by Studio Matous in 1998, was broadcast during the Into the Light program on 11.2.2007. "Velikonoce" was performed by Irene Maessen (soprano) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Amstelkerk in Amsterdam on 20.3.2007. "Koleda Milostna", "Velikonoce," and "Muj mily clovece" were performed by Kara Douglas (soprano) and Joseph Fuller (pno.) at the First Baptist Church in Bay City, Texas on 29.11.2008. "Koleda milostna" was performed by Cristi Catt (soprano) and Erik Entwistle (pno.) on 21.12. 2009 at the Longy School of Music Faculty recital in Cambridge, USA. "Koleda milostna" (Studio Matous recording) was broadcast by Radio Slovenija 3 (Ars) on 22.2.2010 during a special radio series "Zenske v svetu glasbe" (Women in the World of Music) and by the Czech Radio 3 during the radio program Akademie z Brna ("Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota") on 16.6.2010. The complete collection, performed by Vera Linhartova (soprano) and Milan Masa (pno.), was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 29.3.2010. "Posthumous Variation" was performed by Timothy Cheek at the Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan on 25.4.2010, and at the University of Sydney College of Arts in Sydney, Australia, on 23.7.2010. "Bilym satkem mava, kdo se louci" was performed by Duo Bohemia (Vavrova, Vasicek) at the Kunst- und Kulturfestival in Berlin, Germany, on 26.6.2010, at the Villa Donnersmarck in Berlin, Germany, on 19.11.2010, and in arrangement for harp by Barbora Polaskova (mezzo-soprano) and Katerina Englichova [harp] at the Church of St. Simon and St. Judas in Prague on 14.12.2010. "Muj mily clovece" was performed by Carol Tome (mezzo-soprano) and Canon Mark Laubach (pno.) at the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA on 10.07.2011. "Posthumous Variation" was performed by Timothy Cheek at Rudolfinum in Prague on 4.10.2011. Performed by Rochelle Ellis (soprano) ad Fangfei Chen (pno.) at the Rutgers University, New Jersey, United States on 4.4.2012. "Bilym satkem mava, kdo se louci", "Koleda milostna", "Velikonoce", "Posthumous variation", "Pisen nedozniva", and "Novorocni" were performed by Michelle Latour and Matthew Schellhorn (pno.) at the Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom on 15.5.2012. "Bilym satkem mava, kdo se louci", "Rodna zem", "Koleda milostna" and "Velikonoce" were performed by Camila Ballario and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Moravian Masterclass Recital in Namest nad Oslavou, Czech Republic, on 25.8.2012. "Koleda milostna", performed by Lenka skornickova accompanied by Jana Drobilkova, was broadcast during Musique et autres muses: Vitulka Kapralova, a two-hour radio documentary produced by RTBF Radio MUSIQ3 (Belgium), on 2.1.2013 and 4.1.2013. "Koleda milostna" was performed by Sarah Meredith Livingston (mezzo-soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on 10.2.2013 and at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on 11.2.2013. "Muj mily clovece" was performed by Pavla Svestkova (soprano) and Marketa Janackova (pno.) at the Bedrich Smetana Museum in Prague on 14.2.2014. Performed by Michelle Latour (soprano) at the Women Composers Festival of Hartford in Hartford, Connectitut, United States on 8.3.2014. Selection from Vteriny was performed by Dagmar Saskova (mezzo-soprano) and Vendula Urbanova at the Czech Centre in Paris on 27.5.2014. "Bilym satkem mava, kdo se louci" and "Pisen nedozniva" were performed by Julia Farbstein and Timothy Cheek; and "Easter" was performed by Kripa Nageshwar and Timothy Cheek at the Moravian Master Class Graduates Recital in Namest nad Oslavou, Czech Republic on 13.8.2014. "Bilym satkem mava, kdo se louci", "Pisen nedozniva", "Koleda milostna" and "Muj mily clovece" were performed by Kripa Nageshwar and Chad Heltzel in the All Saints Anglican Cathedral in Edmonton, Canada on 26.9. and 28.9.2014. The entire collection was performed by Julia Farbstein and Joshua Curtis at the Oberlin Conservatory, USA on 5.10.2014. "Postmortem" was performed in Brno by Martin Fisl (pno.) on 9.2.2015 and by Petr Hala (pno.) on 27.2.2015. Songs 1-4 performed by Katherine Skayhan (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory on 19.3.2015; songs 6-8 performed by John Paul Jennings (baritone) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory on 19.3.2015. The entire cycle was performed by Katherine Skayhan (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory on 7.5.2015. "Koleda milostna" and "Muj mily clovece" were performed by Irene Maessen (soprano) and Reinild Mees (pno.) at the Jagthuis Festival in the Netherlands on 17.5.2015. Performed by Sandra Periord (soprano) and Nicholas Shaneyfelt (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall at the University of Michigan School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 21.9.2015. Performed by Kripa Nageshwar (soprano) and William Shookhoff (pno) during the Nocturnes in the City series at the St. Wenceslauss Church in Toronto, on 4.10.2015. "Koleda milostna" was performed by Sandra Periord (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the 13th Czech and Slovak Voice Competition at the University of Wisconsin, United States, on 10.10.2015. A selection from Seconds, performed by Olena Tokar (soprano) and Igor Gryshyn (pno.), was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 3 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 14.10.2015. "Love Carol", performed Lenka Skornickova (soprano) and Jitka Drobilkova (pno.), recorded by Studio Matous in 1998, was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 4 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 15.10.2015. "Bilym satkem mava" and "Koleda milostna" were performed by Eva Benesova (soprano) and Martina Mergentalova (pno.) in Kromeriz on 20.10.2015. "Bilym satkem mava"was performed by Zuzana Koprivova (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the MasterClass for Singers at Palffy Palace in Prague on 6.11.2015.

Suita rustica, op. 19. 1938.
Premiered by the Brno Radio Orchestra and Bretislav Bakala (conductor) in Brno on 16.4.1939. Other performances: 5.10.1939 and 8.10.1939 by the Brno Philharmonic in Brno; performed as a ballet at the National Theatre of Brno on 23.10.1945, and during the 1945-46 Season, performed by the National Theatre Orchestra conducted by Bohumir Liska, on 21.7., 13.9., and 3.11.1945. Broadcast by the Czechoslovak Radio (Bratislava) on 11.10.1946 (?). Performed in Brno on 21.3.1948. Performed by the Brno Philharmonic conducted by Jiri Pinkas on 22.12.1954 who recorded the work for the Brno Radio on 29.12.1954 and again in 1968. Performance by the Brno Philharmonic with Jiri Pinkas (the 1968 Brno Radio recording) was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 19.1.2007 and by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week on 14.6.2007 and in a repeat broadcast on 16.8.2007. Performance by the Brno Philharmonic with Jiri Pinkas (the 1968 Brno Radio recording) was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 3.6.2014. Performed by the Brno Philharmonic, conducted by Olga Machonova Pavlu, at the Janacek Opera House in Brno, on 19.-20.2.2015 and premiere broadcast by Radio SRF 2 Kultur in Basel, Switzerland, on 12.4.2015, with a repeat broadcast by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 15.6.2015. Performance by Czech Radio Symphony of Brno conducted by Jiri Pinkas was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 4 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 15.10.2015.

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