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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).


Elegy | Elegie. Violin and piano. 1939.
Premiered by Jan Sedivka (violin) and Vitezslava Kapralova (pno.) on 28.2.1939 in Paris, at the Cercle International de Jeunesse. Other performances: Jan Sedivka and Vitezslava Kapralova in a student club in Paris on 30.4.1939; Jan Sedivka and Mr. Slavicek at la Salle Pleyel-Chopin in Paris on 23.5.1939 at a concert organized by the Cercle Culturel Autrichien; 11.4. 1947 at the funeral of Vaclav Kapral in Brno; 16.6. 1949 at the funeral of Vitezslava Kapralova in Brno; Jan Marek (violin) and Vera Canova (pno.) at AMU, Prague, on 9.12.1955; Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Mariko Terashi (pno.) at the Christ Church, Southport, Great Britain on 27.9.2000; Gerard Kantarjian (violin) and Antonin Kubalek (pno.) at the Arts and Letters Club in Toronto on 6.10.2000. Recorded for the Czech Radio by Jiri Tomasek and Ludmila Cermakova and broadcast by Radio Vltava on 17.10.2000. Performed by: Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Jacqueline Metcalfe on 5.4.2001 in St. Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, London, and on 21.4.2001 in Stoneyacre, Foxholes Rd., Horwich and on 15.7.2001 in Merlin Theatre, Sheffield, UK. Performed by Stephen Shipps (violin) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, on 24.1.2002. 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: Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Jacqueline Metcalf (pno.) in Greenwich on 13.7.2002, at the Harlaxton Summer Festival, UK on 19.7.2002, and in Greenwich on 8.6.2003. The 2000 Czech Radio recording of Elegy by Jiri Tomasek and Ludmila Cermakova was broadcast on 8.11.2003 by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) as part of the 59-minute radio documentary "Vitezslava Kapralova [1915-1940]." Performed by Frank Almond (violin) and Jeffrey Sykes (pno.) at the Opera House in Stoughton, Wisconsin on 23.7.2004, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Campus on 24.7.2004, and at the Hillside Theater in Taliesin, Wisconsin, on 25.7.2004. Iva Fleischhansova (violin) and Mariko Terashi (pno.) at St. Andrew Church in Rugby, UK on 12.10. 2004 and at the Leicester University, UK on 14.10.2004. Laura Kobayashi (violin) and Susan Keith Gray (pno.) at the Women and Creativity Conference, West Virginia University, USA, on 15.10. 2004, at the 2005 Music Teachers National Association conference in Seattle on 5.4.2005, at Denison University, Ohio, on 30.10.2005, at the American String Teachers Association National Conference in Kansas City on 9.3.2006, in Stigler, Oklahoma on 9.4.2006, and at the University of Tulsa, OK on 10.4.2006. Performed by Pavel Safarik (violin) and Petr Jirikovsky (pno.) at the Komponistinen und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel, Germany, on 20.11.2005; by Jacobien Rozemond (violin) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Jagthuis Festival in Nederhost den Berg, The Netherlands on 26.5.2006; by Laura Kobayashi (violin) and Susan Gray (pno.) at the 2006 National Conference of the Society of Composers, University of Texas, San Antonio, on 16.9.2006. Performed by Jacobien Rozemond (violin) and Marja Bon (pno.) at the Amstelkerk in Amsterdam on 20.3.2007. Performed by Jacobien Rozemond (violin) and Marcel Worms (pno.) at the Uilenburger Synagogue in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 14.1.2008. Performance by Jacobien Rozemond (violin) and Marcel Worms was broadcast by Radio Vara 4, the Netherlands on 27.2.2008. Performance by Stephanie Chase (violin) and Virginia Eskin (pno.) (Koch Records 2008) was broadcast by CKWR in Waterloo, Canada on 19.5.2008 and by WNYC in New York City on 21.7.2008 and on 16.11.2008. Performed by Brian Lewis (violin) and Rick Rowley (pno.) at a concert presented by Salon Concerts in Austin, TX on 23-25.11.2008. The Koch Records recording featuring Stephanie Chase and Virginia Eskin was broadcast during the "Woman in Music" series produced by Tim Quick for CKWR in Waterloo, Ontario on 2.2.2009. Performed by Christophe Sirodeau at the Musée FABRE, Montpellier, France on 20.6.2009. Performed by Sara Matayoshi (violin) and Erik Entwistle on 21.12.2009 at the Longy School of Music Faculty recital in Cambridge, USA. Performed by Timothy Steeves (violin) and Kevin Miller (pno.) at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington on 10.5.2010. Performed by Amy Lovinger (violin) and Daniel Weisser (pno.) in Burnsville, North Carolina, on 7.11.2010 and in Asheville, North Carolina on 9.11.2010. Arranged for flute and performed by Kate Steinbeck (flute) and Kimberly Cann (pno.) at the Temple of Israel, Greenville, South Carolina, on 26.4.2012. Performed by Richard Kruzik (violin) and Ladislav Dolezel (pno.) in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015; by the members of Muses Trio in Brisbane, Australia, on 6.3.2015. Performed by Stephen Shipps (violin) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 26.9.2015. Performed by The Muses Trio at the Sandgate Town Hall in Sandgate, Queensland, Australia, on 3.10.2015. Stephanie Chase's and Virginia Eskin's performance recorded by Koch was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 5 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 16.10.2015. Performed by Robert Zimansky (violin) and Saya Hashino (pno.) at the Allgemeine Lesegesellschaft in Basel, Switzerland, on 2.12.2015, and at the Lyceum Club International in Geneva, Switzerland, on 3.12.2015.

To Karel Capek | Karlu Capkovi. Melodrama. 1939.
Premiered at the Office du Tourisme de Tchecoslovaquie in Paris at a concert organized by the Association des Etudiants Tchecoslovaques in collaboration with the Colonie Tchecoslovaque de Paris on 15.2.1939 by Vitezslava Kapralova (pno.) and Vera Uhlirova (violin). Other performances: recorded in 1982 for Supraphon Records by Julie Charvatova (reciter), Alfred Holecek (pno.) and Josef Novak (violin); performed by Michaela Straussova (violin), Jitka Cechova (pno.) and Hana Maciuchova (reciter) at the 2nd International Festival of Concert Melodrama at the Club Lavka (Smetana Museum) in Prague, organized by the Zdenek Fibich Society under the auspices of Czech Music Society on 14.11.1999. The 1982 Supraphon recording was broadcast by De Concertzender Radio in Holland on 10.2.2000 and by the Czech Radio 3 on 10.12.2002 and 24.3.2003. Performed by Hana Maciuchova (reciter), Ivan Straus (violin), and Miroslav Sekera (pno.) at the International Festival of Concert Melodrama in Prague on 10.10.2004. Recorded performance by Daniel Wiesner (pno.), Vitezslav Cernoch (violin), and Hana Maciuchova (reciter) was broadcast during the program Akademie z Brna ("Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota") on 12.1.2005, 5.3.2008, and 16.6.2010 by the Czech Radio 3. Performed by Iva Kramperova (violin), Miroslav Sekera (pno.) and Valerie Zawadska (reciter) during the 12th International Festival of Concert Melodrama in Sedlcany, Czech Republic on 5.10.2009. Performance by Irena Herajnova (violin), Marketa Janackova (pno.) and Roman Janal (reciter) at Rudolfinum in Prague on 21.1.2015 was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 25.1.2015. Performed by Stephen Shipps (violin), Timothy Cheek (pno.) and George Shirley (reciter) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 26.9.2015. Performed by Jana Kubankova (violin), Karel Kosarek (pno.) and Jaromir Meduna (reciter) at the 18th International Festival of Concert Melodrama in Prague on 13.12.20105.

Song of the workers of the Lord | Pisen delniku Pane. Voice and piano. 1939.
Premiered by Kira Slovacek, soprano, and John Elam (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States, on 20.9.2015. 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.

Partita, op. 20. Piano and string orchestra. 1938-39.
Premiered on 20.11.1941 by the Brno Radio Orchestra, Jan Erml (pno.), and Bretislav Bakala (conductor). Other performances: Czech Philharmonic with Oldrich Kredba (pno.) and Rafael Kubelik (conductor) in Prague on 15.4.1942; Czech Philharmonic and Rafael Kubelik at Stadion in Brno on 27.5.1942 (the day of Heydrich's assassination); Czech Philharmonic conducted by Rafael Kubelik and with Prof. Vaclav Sykora as soloist, at a concert organized by the Czechoslovak Women's Council in Lucerna Hall, Prague on 5.11.1947; Czech Radio Orchestra in Brno in 1954; Recorded by Jindrich Duras (pno.) and Pilsen Radio Orchestra conducted by Josef Blacky for Supraphon in 1955; Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Otakar Trhlik and with Milan Masa as soloist in 1972; Czech Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Libor Pesek and with Jiri Skovajsa as soloist at the Janacek Theatre in Brno on 14.1.1982. Recorded by Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Frantisek Jilek and with Jiri Skovajsa (pno.) for the Brno Radio on 31.1.1991. The 1991 recording was released by Studio Matous in 1998 and broadcast by De Concertzender Radio in Holland on 28.7.1999 and 2.8.1999, by Radio Orange FM 94.0 in Vienna, Austria (movements Andantino and Presto) on 8.12.1999, and by Czech Radio 3 on 15.08.2000. Recorded by Czech Virtuosi and Leos Svarovsky (conductor) and Renata Ardasevova (pno.) for Czech TV (Brno) in 1998 (broadcast on 6.12.1998). Performed by Czech Virtuosi with Holgen Slovik (conductor) and Karel Kosarek (pno.) at the 3rd Concentus Moraviae Festival in Brno on 7.6.1999; Orquesta de Camara de Bellas Artes with Gisele Ben-Dor (conductor) and Garcia Torres (pno.) at a concert series La Musica y Grandes Acontecimientos del Siglo XX in Mexico City on 8.7.1999; Czech Chamber Soloists with Alice Rajnohova (pno.) and Tomas Hanus (conductor) in the recording studio of the Czech Radio at Kounicova Street in Brno on 22.-23. 2.2001. Andantino (from the 1991 recording of Partita) was broadcast by the CBC Radio 2 on 3.5.2001 during the program In Performance. First two movements of Partita were recorded for the television documentary Last Concertino by Czech Chamber Soloists with Tomas Hanus (conductor) and Alice Rajnohova (pno.) in Brno on 22-23.2.2001. The documentary premiered at the International TV Film Festival Golden Prague on May 6-10, 2001 and was previewed in Kino ART in Brno on 16.5.2001. TV premiere on 3.6.2001 on CTV 2, repeated broadcast on 28.7.2001, 8.1.2005, 12.1.2005, and 25.12.2009. The 1972 performance of Milan Masa (pno.), Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno and Otakar Trhlik (conductor) was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 30.1.2002. The 1991 recording was broadcast by WRPB 103.3, Princeton, New Jersey on 24.7.2002. Allegretto energico from the 1991 recording was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 21.1.2004 as part of the radio series Zeny slavnych muzu III. The 1991 recording was broadcast by Sveriges Radio P2 on 30.8. and 5.9. 2004. Performed by Katerina Honova (pno.) and Janacek Philharmonic of Ostrava conducted by Petr Chromcak at the Bezrucova Opava Festival in Opava on 16.9.2004. Performed as a ballet (choreography Zdenek Prosek) by the ballet ensemble of the National Theatre Brno and Orchestra of the Janacek Opera conducted by Milan Kanak at the National Theatre in Brno, Czech Republic on 19.11.2004, 20.11.2004, 22.11.2004, 9.5.2005, 18.10.2005, 26.10.2005, 13.5.2006, and 31.5.2006. A recording of Presto, from the Radio Brno Archive, was broadcast during the radio program Akademie on 12.1.2005 by Czech Radio 3 and Allegro energico during the program "Toulky Moravou" by Czech Radio (Brno Studio) on 22.1.2005. The 1991 recording was broadcast during the "Into the Light" program by KMFA 89.5, Austin, Texas on 8.4.2005, and webcast by KAMU FM in Austin, Texas on 10.4.2005; broadcast by WPRB Princeton on 8.3.2006. The Radio Pilsen recording of Partita, performed by the Radio Pilsen Orchestra conducted by Josef Hrncir, was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 28.6.2006. Andantino (the 1991 recording) was broadcast by Sveriges Radio in Stockholm on 23.7.2006. Performed by Sara Davies Buechner (pno.) and San José Chamber Orchestra with Barbara Turner (conductor) at Le Petit Trianon in San José, California on 27.8.2006 (US premiere); by Akademie Praha Chamber Orchestra conducted by Pavel Hryzak at Lichtenstein Palace, Prague on 25.10.2006. Performance by Milan Masa (pno.), Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno, and Otakar Trhlik (the 1972 Brno Radio recording) was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 18.1.2007. Performance by Jiri Skovajsa and Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Frantisek Jilek was broadcast by Vara Radio 4 during the Componist van de week on 17.8.2007 and by Radio Proglas during the program Hudebni siesta on 29.2.2008. Performed by Kammersymphonie Berlin with Tatjana Blome as soloist and Jürgen Brüns (conductor) in Berlin, Germany on 24.5.2008, and by the Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of South Bohemia conducted by Radomil Eliska and with Sara Davis Buechner as soloist in Ceske Budejovice on 25. and 26.6.2008. Performed by the Chamber Orchestra of Boston conducted by David Feltner and with with Virginia Eskin as soloist, in Jordan Hall in Boston on 6.2.2009. The 1991 recording was broadcast by Radio Proglas during the Hudebni siesta program on 20.2.2009 and by WRPB Princeton during the Classical Discoversies program on 25.3.2009. Performed at the Concentus Moraviae Festival by Sinfonietta Cracovia with Karel Kosarek as soloist and Kaspar Zehnder as conductor in Besedni dum in Brno on 11.6.2009 and broadcast by the Czech Television 2 on 24.10.2009. Performed by First Women's Chamber Orchestra of Austria, conducted by Daniel Inbal, and with Hisako Kawamura as soloist, at the Wiener Konzerthaus in Vienna on 28.10.2009. Performed by Tomas Klement (pno.) and the Helios Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Owen Leech, at the St. Cyprian's, Clarence Gate, London, UK on 21.11.2009. The 1991 recording of Partita was broadcast during the radio program Into the Light by KMFA Austin, Texas on 16.3.2010, and by the Czech Radio (D-Dur) on 10.12.2010. Performed by Sara Buechner (pno.) and Sinfonia Toronto conducted by Nurhan Arman in Toronto on 11.3.2011 (Canadian premiere). Allegro energico, performed by Jiri Skovajsa and Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno, conducted by Frantisek Jilek, was broadcast during the Private Passions program by the BBC Radio 3 on 25.9.2011. Performance by Frantisek Rezek (pno.) and the Pilsen Radio Orchestra conducted by Josef Hrncir was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 5.10.2011. The 1991 recording of Partita (Skovajsa, Jilek, Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno) was broadcast by WPRB 103.3 FM Princeton on 28.3.2012. The 1972 recording with Mila Masa (pno) and Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Otakar Trhlik 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. Performed by Alice Rajnohova (pno.) with the Ensemble Opera Diversa conducted by Gabriela Tardonova at Reduta in Brno on 28.4.2014. The 1991 recording by Czech Symphony Orchestra of Brno conducted by Frantisek Jilek was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 22.1.2015 and on 24.1.2015. Broadcast by Radio Proglas during Hudebni siesta on 23.1.2015. Performed by Lucie Czajkowska (pno.) and 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. Performed by Sara Buechner (pno.) and Bay Area Rainbow Symphony conducted by Dawn Harms in San Francisco on 6.6.2015. Performance by Czech Symphony orchestra conducted by Frantisek Jilek and with Jiri Skovajsa as soloist was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 5 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 16.10.2015. Performed by Luca Buratto (pno.) and Orchestra Abima' at the Viktor Ullmann Festival in Trieste, Italy, on 23.11.2015.

Concertino for violin, clarinet and orchestra | Concertino pro housle, clarinet a orchestr, op. 21. 1939.
Recorded [WORLD PREMIERE] for the television documentary Last Concertino by the Czech Chamber Soloists with Pavel Busek (clarinet), Pavel Wallinger (violin) and Tomas Hanus (conductor) in the recording studio of Czech Radio at Kounicova Street in Brno on 21-22.2.2001. The documentary was premiered at the International TV Film Festival Golden Prague on 6-10.5.2001 and previewed in Kino ART in Brno on 16.5.2001. Its TV premiere was broadcast by Czech Television 2 on 3.6.2001, repeat broadcast on 28.7.2001, 8.1.2005, 12.1.2005, and 25.12.2009. The first concert premiere was given by the soloists Pavel Wallinger (violin) and Pavel Busek (clarinet) and the Hradec Kralove Philharmonic conducted by Tomas Hanus, in Hradec Kralove on 10.1.2002. Performed by Irena Herajnova (violin), Lukas Dittrich (clarinet) and the Czech Philharmonic conducted by Jakub Hrusa at the Rudolfinum concert hall in Prague on 26.11., 27.11., and 28.11.2014. Their performance was broadcast by the Czech Radio 3 on 8.12.2014. Performed by Pavel Wallinger (violin), Lukas Danhel (clarinet) and 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. Repeat broadcasts by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 15.6.2015 and by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 5 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 16.10.2015. The recording of live performance at the Rudolfinum (Herajnova, Dittrich, Czech Philharmonic, Hrusa) was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the program "BBC Radio 3 in Concert" on 22.11.2015.

Sung into the distance | Zpivano do dalky, op. 22. Voice and piano. 1939.
Premiered by R. Herlingerova in Paris on 30.6.1939. Other performances: by Jaroslava Dobra and Jan Hus Tichy on 26.11.1945 at a concert of Pritomnost Society in Prague; by Zdenka Kosatikova (voice) and Ludmila Novotna (pno.) at a concert dedicated to the music of Slavic women composers, organized by The Women's Council in Olomouc, on 12.1.1950; "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" (Song of Your Absence) and "Jarni" (Spring Song) were performed by Z. Lidmilova (soprano) and O. Petranova (pno.) at a concert of JAMU in Brno on 24.1.1955. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" was performed by Marcia Porter (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Kapralova Anniversary Concert at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, on 24.1.2002, and at the final doctoral voice recital at McIntosh Theatre, University of Michigan, on 9.2.2002. The anniversary concert (24.1.2002) was 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. "Jarni" was performed by Jill R. Pearon (soprano) and Kevin Bylsma (pno.) at the McIntosh Theatre, The University of Michigan School of Music, on 8.2.2003. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti," performed by Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek (the 2003 Supraphon recording), was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 3.2.2004. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti," performed by Marcia Porter (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) (from the recording Birthday Concert at the University of Michigan on 24.1.2002) was broadcast during the Ann Arbor Alive radio program in Michigan on 5.5. and 8.5.2004. The 2003 Supraphon recording of the "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" and "Jarni" was broadcast by CBC Radio 2 during The Singer and the Song radio program, on 6.2.2005. The cycle was performed by Kira Slovacek and Timothy Cheek at the Komponisten und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel (Germany) on 19.11.2005 and at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor on 13.3.2006. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" was performed by Arlene Alvarado and Timothy Cheek at the Bay View Music Festival on 11.7.2006 and 14.7.2006. The whole cycle, performed by Timothy Cheek and Dana Buresova (the 2003 Supraphon recording), was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 15.1.2007 and by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week radio program on 17.8.2007. Performed by Anna Jelinkova (voice) at the JAMU Concert Hall in Brno, Czech Republic on 28.4.2008. The songs Polohlasem and Jarni were performed by Kara Douglas (soprano) and Joseph Fuller (pno.) at the First Baptist Church in Bay City, Texas on 29.11.2008. Performed by Marketa Viterova (soprano) and Marta Vaskova (pno.) at JAMU in Brno on 4.5.2009. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" was performed by Leah Bobbey (soprano) and Emily Lai (pno.) at the University of Michigan on 15.3.2012 and on 17.4.2012. The 2003 Supraphon recording featuring Dana Buresova and Timothy cheek 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. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" was performed by Sara Pellington (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at Oberlin Concervatory on 27.1.2013. Performed by Ashley Biehl (soprano) and Ingrid Verhulsdonk (pno.) at the University of Washington on 14.4.2013. "Jarni" was performed by Ashley Biehl (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Moravian Master Class Recital in Namest nad Oslavou on 17.8.2013. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" was performed by Angela Nieman and Kirill Kuzmin at the University of Michigan School of Music on 19.3.2014. Performed by Leah Bobbey and Ana Maria Otamendi at the University of Houston on 22.3.2014. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" was performed by Angela Nieman and Timothy Cheek at the Moravian Master Class Graduates Recital in Namest nad Oslavou on 13.8.2014. Performed by Nicholas Davis (baritone) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, United States, on 11.10. 2015 and at Petschek Villa, Prague, on 9.11.2015. Performed by Sarah Kirsch (soprano) and Christopher Kayler (pno.) on 4.12.2015 at the Hatch Recital Hall, Eastman School of Music, United States; by Nada Blahova (soprano) and Marcela Jelinkova (pno.) in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015; by Zuzana Maskova (soprano) and Petr Hala (pno.) in Brno on 27.2.2015. Performed by Sarah Pellington (soprano) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory of Music on 19.3.2015; by David Wilson (tenor) and Robert Blake (pno.) at the University of southern California on 30.4.2015. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" was performed by Kylie Toomer (soprano) and Jessica Paul (pno.) at Luther college in IoWa, United States on 7.5.2015. Performed by Ema Katrovas (soprano) at the Centre for Austrian Studies, university of Minnesota in Minneapolis, United States, in September 2015. Performed by Rose Mannino (soprano) and Martin Katz (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. Performance by Dana Buresova (soprano] and Timothy Cheek (pno.) recorded by Supraphon (2003) was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 5 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 16.10.2015. "Pisen Tve nepritomnosti" was performed by Michaela Kralova (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the MasterClass for Singers at Palffy Palace in Prague on 6.11.2015. The complete cycle was 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. Performed by Sarah Kirsch (soprano) and Christopher Kayler (pno.) at the Eastman School of Music, United States, on 4.12.2015.

Prélude de Noël. | Vanocni preludium. Chamber orchestra. 1939.
Premiered during the radio program Noël à Prague" broadcast to occupied Czechoslovakia on 24.12.1939 (the recording was made on 22.12.1939 at the Jean Masson Studio, 22 rue Bayard, Paris. Kapralova conducted the Radio Paris PTT Orchestra). First concert hall performance, by West Texas A&M University Symphony Orchestra with Douglas Morrisson (conductor), took place at the West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Texas on 23.11.2003. Performed by Akademie Praha Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Pavel Hryzak, at the Lichtenstein Palace in Prague on 7.12.2005; performed by Decin Symphony Orchestra with Norbert Baxa (conductor) on 14.12.2005 in Mestske divadlo in Decin; performed by Akademie Praha Chamber Orchestra with Pavel Hryzak (conductor) on 20.2.2006 in Lichtenstein Palace in Prague. Renewed radio premiere of the work, performed by Bohuslav Martinu Chamber Orchestra with Petr Vronsky and recorded by Czech Radio (Studio Brno), was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 26.12.2007; repeat broadcasts by Czech Radio 3 on 24.12 and 25.12 2008, as a part of the program Partitury z Brna. Performed by the New York University Orchestra, under the direction of Roger Mahadeen, at the Frederick Loewe Theatre, New York University on 9.12.2009. Performance by Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jan Kucera was broadcast as a part of the special 100th birth anniversary broadcast DEN S VITEZSLAVOU KAPRALOVOU (Day with Vitezslava Kapralova) on 24.1.2015. Performed by University Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Kiesler at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor on 9.12.2015.

Christmas carol | Vanocni koleda. Voice and piano. 1939.
Recorded by by Dana Buresova (soprano) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) for Supraphon in 2003 and broadcast by WPRB Princeton during Classical Discoveries on 21.12.2005. Concert premiere by Marta Vavrova (soprano) and Petr Vasicek (pno.) in Vienna, Austria on 16.6.2007. Performed by Marta Vavrova and Petr Vasicek in Breclav, Czech Republic on 17.6.2007; by Kara Douglas (soprano) and Joseph Fuller (pno.) at the First Baptist Church in Bay City, Texas on 29.11.2008; by Duo Bohemia (Vavrova, Vasicek) in Berlin, Germany, on 19.11.2010; 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.

In the Czech land | V zemi ceske. Voice, women's choir and piano. May–December 1939.
Premiered by Vitezslava Kapralova Women's Choir, 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 (conductor) and Vera Baborovska (pno.) in Brno on 1.6.1955. The voice and piano version was premiered by Martha Guth, soprano, and Trevor Chartrand (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, Univesity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States, on 21.9.2015.

Two fanfares | Dve fanfary. (1) Fanfare for two trumpets, two horns, and timpani. 1939. (2) Festive fanfare / Slavnostni fanfara. Piano. 1940.
(1) Premiered by Andrew Gilliam and Chris O'Brian (trumpets) and Kathleen Patrick and Morgan Wynne (horns) at the Kapralova Festival, Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States, on 26.9.2015. (2) Premiered (a brass quintet version) by Stepan Ruda (tr), Vit Otahal (tr), Karel Valenta (cor), Stanislav Cajka (trbn), Martin Kupka (tb), Josef Cecava (conductor) on 14.12.2004 at the Jiri Mahen Library in Brno. Performed by Andrew Gilliam and Chris O'Brian (trumpets), Christine Stinchi (horn), Scott Hankins (trombone) and Evan Zegiel (tuba) at the Kapralova Festival, Moore Building, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, United States, on 20.9.2015.

Tales of a small flute | Povidky male fletny. Recorder/Flute and piano. 1940.
Premiered by Lucie Brotbek (flute) and Nadia Belneeva (pno.) at the Flute Festival 2013 Freiburg, Germany on 22.3.2013. Performed by Jakub Stetina (recorder) and Klara Jelinkova (pno.) in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015. Performed by Noniko Hsu (recorder) and John Elam (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 20.9.2015.

Letter | Dopis. Voice and piano. 1940.
Premiered by the composer and Otakar (Otto) Kraus (baritone) at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris on 4.5.1940. Other performances: recorded by Richard Novak and Drahomira Ritzova (pno.) for Brno Radio in 1988; recorded by Jill Gomez (soprano) and John Constable (pno.) for BBC Radio on 15.4.1988; by Richard Novak for Czech TV (Brno) in 1990. Performed by Richard Novak and Evzen Holis (pno.) at an anniversary concert organized by Mayor of Tri Studne on 5.6.1998; by Megan Besley (mezzo-soprano) and Shannon McGinnis (pno.) at the University of Michigan School of Music on 8.10.2002 (US premiere); by Zdenek Plech and Sabina Vajdova (pno.) at ZUS V. Kapralove in Brno on 11.12.2002. The 2003 recording of the song by Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek (Supraphon) was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 3.2.2004. A recording by Richard Novak (voice) and Drahomira Ritzova (pno.) from the Radio Brno Archive was broadcast during the program Akademie z Brna: Vitezslava Kapralova -Symfonieta zivota on 12.1.2005 by Czech Radio 3. Dana Buresova's rendition of the song (the 2003 Supraphon recording) was broadcast by CBC Radio 2 during the program The Singer and the Song on 19.2.2006. Performed by Elise Quagliata (mezzo-soprano) and Michael Heaston (pno.) at the Cooperstown Presbyterian Church, Cooperstown, NY on 25.8.2006. Performance by Timothy Cheek and Dana Buresova (the 2003 Supraphon recording) was broadcast by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week on 17.8.2007. The Radio Brno Archive recording (Novak, Ritzova) was broadcast during the radio program Akademie z Brna: Vitezslava Kapralova - Symfonieta zivota by Czech Radio 3 on 5.3. 2008. Performed by members of the Juventus Collegium FOK at the Church of St. Simon and Judas in Prague on 14.4.2009. The Radio Brno Archive recording (Novak, Ritzova) was broadcast during the radio program Akademie z Brna: Vitezslava Kapralova - Symfonieta zivotaby Czech Radio 3 on 16.6. 2010. Performed by John Hummel (baritone) and Emily Lai (pno.) at the University of Michigan on 13.3.2012; by Benjamin Berman (tenor) and Angy Estrada (pno.) at the Rutgers University in New Jersey on 4.4.2012. The 2003 Supraphon recording, featuring Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek, 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. Performed by Ashley Biehl (soprano) and Ingrid Verhulsdonk (pno.) at the University of Washington on 14.4.2013. Performed by Nicholas Davis (baritone) and Kirill Kuzmin (pno.) at the University of Michigan School of Music on 12.3.2014. Performed by Sarah Kirsch (soprano) and Christopher Kayler (pno.) on 4.12.2015 at the Hatch Recital Hall, Eastman School of Music, United States. Performance by Roman Janal (baritone) and Marketa Janackova (pno.) at Rudolfinum in Prague on 21.1.2015 was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 25.1.2015. The Supraphon recording (featuring Dana Buresova and Timothy Cheek) was broadcast during the program Hudebni Galerie by Czech Radio 3 (Vltava) on 23.1.2015. Performed by Tomas Jerabek (baritone) and Marcela Jelinkova (pno.) in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015. Performed by Ann Sauter (mezzo) and Thomas Bandy (pno.) at Oberlin Conservatory of Music on 19.3.2015. Performed by Michael Miller (baritone) and Nathan Harris (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 Nicolas Davis and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the 13th Czech and Slovak Voice Competition at the University of Wisconsin, United States, on 11.10.2015. Performance by Dana Buresova (soprano] and Timothy Cheek (pno.) recorded by Supraphon 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 Nicholas Davis (baritone) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Prague Conservatory and in Petschek Villa in Prague on 9.11.2015. avis

Deux ritournelles pour violoncelle et piano | Dva ritornely pro violoncello a klavir, op. 25. Violoncello and piano. 1940.
Premiered by Karel Neumann (violoncello) and Vilem Tausky (pno.) at the Czechoslovak Institute in London on 20.5.1941. Other performances (of a surviving ritornel): Vasa Cerny (violoncello) and Jan Erml in Brno on 23.1.1955; Ferdinand Votava (violoncello) and Zoja Verchovcova (pno.) at AMU, Prague, on 9.12.1955; Recorded by Ivan Merka (violoncello) and Jaroslav Smykal for Czech Radio (Brno Studio) in 1974. The recording was released on the Studio Matous label in 1998 and broadcast in the radio program De Tsjechische twintigste eeuw by De Concertzender Radio in Holland on 18.8. and 23.8.1999; performed by Coenraad Bloemendal (violoncello) and Antonin Kubalek (pno.) at the Arts and Letters Club in Toronto, on 6.10.2000. Performed by Anthony Elliott (violoncello) and Timothy Cheek (pno.) at the Britton Recital Hall, the 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. The 1974 recording (Merka, Smykal) was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 5.12.2002 and 12.1.2005. The "Birthday Concert" performance of the work (University of Michigan, 24.1.2002) was broadcast on AnnArbor Alive radio program in Michigan on 5.5. and 8.5.2004. Performed by Anthony Ross (violoncello) and Jeffrey Sykes (pno.) at the Opera House in Stoughton, Wisconsin on 6.8.2004, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Campus on 7.8.2004 (this performance was recorded and broadcast on 19.6.2005 by WPR Wisconsin), and at the Hillside Theater in Taliesin, Wisconsin on 8.8.2004. The 1974 recording was broadcast during the radio program "Akademie z Brna" (Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota) by Czech Radio 3 on 12.1. 2005. Performed by Petra Moravcova (violoncello) and Pavel Kratochvil (pno.) at the Janacek Academy of Music in Brno on 18.5.2005. Performed by Jaroslav Matejka (violoncello) and Petr Jirikovsky (pno.) at the Komponistinen und Ihr Werk Festival in Kassel, Germany on 20.11.2005. The 1974 recording (Merka, Smykal) was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 on 17.1.2007 and by Vara Radio 4 (Hilversum, the Netherlands) during the Componist van de week on 17.8.2007. Performed by Martin Svajda (violoncello) and Pavel Kratochvil (pno.) at the Museum of Modern Art in Olomouc on 21.1.2008. The 1974 recording (Merka, Smykal) was broadcast by Czech Radio 3 during "Akademie z Brna" (Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota) on 5.3.2008, and by WPRB Princeton on 9.7.2008. Performed by Martin Svajda (violoncello) and Pavel Kratochvil (pno.) in Kulturni dum in Litomerice on 18.02.2009. Performed by Stepan Filipek (violoncello) and Katerina Janda Prokopova (pno.) at JAMU in Brno on 30.4.2009; by Daria Titova (violoncello) and Erik Entwistle on 21.12. 2009 at the Longy School of Music Faculty recital in Cambridge, USA; by Martin Svajda (violoncello) and Pavel Kratochvil (pno.) in Zamek Kounice on 7.2.2010. The 1974 recording (Merka, Smykal) 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 on 16.6.2010 by the Czech Radio 3 during the program "Akademie z Brna" (Vitezslava Kapralova: Symfonieta zivota). Performed by Adrian van Dongen (violoncello) and Timothy Lissimore (pno.) at the Concentus Moraviae festival in Kyjov on 22.6.2011; by Adrian van Dongen (violoncello) and Tim Lissimore (pno.) at the Czech Center in Paris, France on 10.2.2012; by Jeremy Crosmer (violoncello) and Mariah Mlynarek (pno.) on 3.4.2012 at the University of Michigan. Performed by Jan Filip Tupa (violoncello) and Peter Geisselbrecht (pno.) in Trier, Germany, on 28.10.2012; by Adaiha Macadam-Somer (violoncello) and Dale Tsang-Hall (pno.) at the Berkeley Arts Festival in Berkeley, California on 9.12. 1912. Performed by Anthony Elliot (violoncello) and Timothy Hester (pno.) at the University of Houston on 19.3.2013, and at the University of Michigan on 22.3.2013. Performed by Adaiha Macadam-Somer (violoncello) and Dale Tsang-Hall (pno.) at the Foothil Presbyterian Church in San Jose on 19.5.2013. Performed by Lukas Polak (violoncello) and Martin Kasik (pno.) at the Atrium Zizkov, Prague, on 20.4.2013; by Stepan Filipek (violoncello) and Ondrej Olos (pno.) in Brno-Kralovo Pole on 9.2.2015. Performed by Kellen Degnan (violoncello) and Mariah Mlynarek (pno.) during the Kapralova Festival at the Britton Recital Hall, University of Michigan School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, on 26.9.2015. The 1974 recording (Merka, Smykal), released on record by Studio Matous in 1998, was broadcast by BBC Radio 3 during the Episode 5 of the Composer of the Week program on Kapralova on 16.10.2015. Performed by Stephan Rickhoff (violoncello) and Saya Hashino (pno.) at the Allgemeine Lesegesellschaft in Basel, Switzerland, on 2.12.2015, and at the Lyceum Club International in Geneva, Switzerland, on 3.12.2015.

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