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Philharmonic choir sings in Brno

THE SLOVAK Philharmonic Choir, led by Jan Rozehnal, will perform in the Czech town of Brno on May 27.
The choir, along with the State Philharmonic Brno and foreign soloists - soprano Alexandra Coku, alto Bernarda Fink, tenor Marjan Trček, and bass Marcos Fink - will perform Requiem Op 89 by Antonín Dvořák under the baton of Czech conductor Petr Altrichter.

THE SLOVAK Philharmonic Choir, led by Jan Rozehnal, will perform in the Czech town of Brno on May 27.

The choir, along with the State Philharmonic Brno and foreign soloists - soprano Alexandra Coku, alto Bernarda Fink, tenor Marjan Trček, and bass Marcos Fink - will perform Requiem Op 89 by Antonín Dvořák under the baton of Czech conductor Petr Altrichter.

The event will start at 19:30 at the Cathedral of St Peter and Paul.

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