CAMERATA SLOVACA – POKUS O SYSTEMATICKÉ PESTOVANIE KOMORNÉHO ŽÁNRU V OPERE SND
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Camerata Slovaca – an attempt on systematic cultivation of chamber music in Slovak National Theatre Opera
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The activities of Chamber Ensemble of Slovak National Theatre in the seventies of the last century were a unique step in the systematic cultivation of opera genre on the first national scene. The ensemble was formed around the members of a chamber orchestra Camerata Slovaca and its founder, artistic director and dramaturgist - the conductor Viktor Málek. The ensemble staged seven opera productions in Slovak National Theatre. In terms of dramaturgy, we talk about the conceptual, style and genre-balanced program, in terms of musical and theatrical interpretation, the productions were in most cases quite a success. After the Chamber Ensemble of the Slovak National Theatre Opera ceased their activities, the baton in the cultivation of chamber music was picked by Chamber Opera, founded in 1986 at the Slovak Philharmonic, while Slovak National Theatre almost invariably resigned from staging chamber music pieces.
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