What constitutes great and noble music? What is its source? Does the character of a composer’s culture or land impact on their style?
This season, we focus on an extraordinary composer whose music is inextricably linked with the music of his homeland. Antonín Dvořák’s music is inconceivable without acknowledging his reverence for the folk traditions of Bohemia. Dvořák himself said even his most serious works were constructed from the “half-forgotten tunes of the Bohemian peasants”.Book tickets