Soprano Nancy Brink reflects on visiting Dvořák’s piano in Prague.
Some reflections on my first encounter with the Stabat Matar with BCCO this semester.
Reflections on learning Dvorak’s Stabat Mater, and how it relates to other Dvorak symphonic choral works.
I turned the corner during a June 24 walk through the center of Prague and immediately saw a large poster pasted on a city wall: Berkeley Community Chorus will perform Dvorak’s Requiem at the Rudolfinum that evening.
I joined BCCO in the fall of 2013, right after the summer tour to Europe. Recently I was made aware of the efforts of Tenor Rhishi Limaye, who at the time of the tour, had created a blog titled “BCCO in Europe: Singing Mozart and Dvorak in their lands’. So to stir up some excitement […]