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CZECH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1926 at the inception of Czech Radio broadcasting. During the communist occupation of Czechoslovakia, the orchestra retained its noted place among prominent European radio orchestras. Today, the orchestra flourishes and is respected as one of the pre-eminent and most recorded radio orchestras in Europe. Throughout its history, the orchestra has boasted an extraordinary roster of conductors including Charles Munch, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Sir Charles Mackerras and Vaclav Neumann. Venerable composers such as Honegger, Khachaturian and Penderecki have also led the CRSO. Following World War II, the orchestra enjoyed significant artistic growth under the leadership of Karol Ancerl, Alois Klima and Jaroslav Krombholc. Vladimir Válek was appointed to the post of Chief Conductor in 1985 and has led the orchestra to new artistic heights and wider recognition as one of Europe’s finest radio orchestras. Unlike many of his compatriots emerging in the new order of a post-Cold War Europe, Válek has remained at the helm of his orchestra rather than accepting the lure of western posts. Under his leadership the CRSO has performed throughout the world with celebrated tours to Germany, Italy, France, Greece, Korea and Japan.


Albums featuring this artist are available for download from ClassicsOnline.com
Role: Orchestra 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
BARATI: Symphony No. 1 / Chant of Darkness / Chant of Light Naxos
8.559063
Orchestral
MAHLER, G.: Symphony No. 4 (Berkova, Czech Radio Symphony, Valek) ArcoDiva
UP0099-2
Orchestral
Music for Kids CD 9: Music from Planet Earth Naxos Educational
8.558022
Music Education
Music for Kids CD 10: Guided Tours Naxos Educational
8.558023
Music Education





 
 
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