The famous conductor Jiří Bělohlávek died, he promoted the music of Czech authors

"The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra announces that, in the morning, the chief conductor and director of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Jiri Belohlavek, died in a brave fight with a serious illness," said her spokesman, Luděk Březina, for the Czech Philharmonic.






Prague Spring Director Roman Bělor commenced on Belohladev's Premiere Thursday's press conference for the final concert with a minute of silence. "It is mainly thanks to the fact that the Czech Philharmonic has experienced many extraordinary achievements in the last five years and has regained its respected position both at home and abroad - it has truly become a national orchestra, it has once again jav full penetrated the stages of the world's most prestigious concert halls and has performed a number of award-winning recordings. Not only the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra but our entire country by the departure of Jiří Bělohlávek comes from a person of extraordinary artistic and personal qualities, "said the Philharmonic Orchestra.
Fascinated by the opera
Bělohlávek was born in Prague in 1946. His love for music was evident at an early age, supported by his father. When he was four years old, he began to teach a piano playing with his father. At the same time his parents signed up for Kühn's children's choir, with which he later performed in opera productions on the stage of the National Theater. He enjoyed it, fascinated by the opera environment, and as he could, he watched the entire opera from the portal.

At the age of twelve he started playing cello at Czech cellist Karel Pravoslav Sade. The Conservatory has graduated in two disciplines: Cello and Conducting. He then began to fully devote himself to HAMU. In the course of his studies, he took over the conducting of the chamber ensemble ensemble Orchestra Puellarum Pragensis, with which he also traveled abroad. It was the first official orchestra with which his name was associated.
In 1968, the Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache arrived at the Czech Philharmonic. For the students he organized a master course, which Jiří Bělohlávek also attended. At the end of the course, Maestro Celibidache invited George to come to study in Stockholm where he was the head of the Radio Orchestra. Also thanks to this intensive school, Jiří Bělohlávek won the National Conductor Competition in 1970 and a year later he became finalist of the important conducting competition of Herbert von Karajan.
In 1972, Bělohlávek was appointed conductor of the State Philharmonic Orchestra of Brno and in this first professional engagement he stayed until 1978 when he became a director of the Prague Symphony Orchestra a year earlier. With both bodies he completed a number of successful foreign tours. During his almost thirteen years of work in the FOK (1977-1990), he co-operated with Václav Neumann as his assistant and later permanent conductor of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (since 1981).

Three Last Night of the Proms
In 1995 Jiri Belohlavek worked with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, whose main guest conductor was until 2000. In 2006, he was appointed Chief Conductor of this ensemble. During his engagement, he has conducted a popular final concert of the BBC Proms - Last Night of the Proms three times (in 2007, 2010 and 2012) and jav incest was the first non-landowner artist to be entrusted with this prestigious task.
With the BBC orchestra, with whom he has been an honorary chief conductor, he has performed many compositions of the Czech repertoire, including critics of award-winning recordings - Janáček's Tours by Mr. Brouček, Smetana's Dalibor, the ensemble of six symphonies by Bohuslav Martinů and his opera Julietta (with Magdalena Kožená) or Sukova Asraela, Ripening, Fairy Tale and 1st Symphony.
His pedagogical activity is not negligible. In 1995, he was invited to the HAMU Pedagogical Institute, and until he was appointed Professor until 2009, he was the head of the Department of Conducting. In his conducting engagements, but also as the president of the Prague Spring International Music Festival, Jiří Bělohlávek has long been promoting the music of Czech authors. His particularly close relationship with Bohuslav Martinů's reference helped turn the musical world's attention to the works of this master.
Similarly, Bělohlávek managed to get a new audience for the lesser-known works by Antonín Dvořák, Leoš Janáček, Bedřich Smetana and Josef Suk. Belohladvek's support for Czech music production resulted in the opening of the Czech Philharmonic Choir competition, which he initiated. The winning track was performed in October 2015 at a concert in Rudolfinum.
Commander of the Order of the British Empire
Discography by Jiří Bělohlávek is very extensive. After Herbert von Karajan, he is the first conductor to have won the prestigious Gramophone Award for an orchestral recording for two consecutive years.
The return of Jiří Bělohlávek to the post of Chief Conductor of the Czech Philharmonic in 2012 has attracted worldwide recognition. Both the orchestra and the conductor, together under his leadership, have won unprecedented successes both at home in Prague and on foreign tours. In 2012, Bělohlávek was appointed British Commander of the Order of the British Empire for his British music service. In 2016 he received an honorary doctorate at the Music Academy of Performing Arts and became an honorary citizen of the capital city of Prague.
"In agreement with the family, which the Czech Philharmonic expresses its sincere condolences, either

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