Prestigious Festivals and Concerts

Festival (selection):

Il canto delle pietre, Italy, Switzerland (1993, 2000)
St. Wenceslas Festival, Prague (1993-2003)
International Gregorian Chant Festival, Watou, Belgium (1994, 1997, 2000, 2003)
Voix et routes romaines, Strassbourg, France (September 1995)
Prague Spring, Prague (1995, 1996, 1999, 2002)
Festival de musique sacrée de Fribourg, Switzerland (July 1996)
Festival Klangbogen, Wien, Austria (August 1996)
Festival internacional in Santander, Spain (August 1997)
Festival Mitte Europa / Festival at the Heart of Europe, Germany (August 1997)
Festival Europalia ’98 Czech Republic, Bruxelles, Belgium (October 1998)
The Ancient Music Festival Thoronet, France (July 1999)
Karinthische Sommer Villach-Ossiach, Austria (August 2000)
Concert series “Ten Centuries of the Gregorian Chant” (joint-project to an exhibition Ten Centuries of Architecture), December 2000-October 2001)
International Music Festival, Cesky Krumlov (2001, 2004)
Festival Rencontres Musicales de Vézelay - Les Vepres, Vézelay, France (August 2002)
Festival Wratislavia Cantans, Wroclaw, Poland (September 2002)
Oslo Kirkemusikkfestival, Norway (March 2003)
Kammermusikk Festival 2003, Trondheim, Norway (September 2003)
Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Germany (August 2004)

Concerts and performances (selection):

September 1994 - Royaumont, France (given on the occasion of an international colloquium “European Cathedrals”), the concert was recorded and broadcast by Radio France
November 1994 - a festive concert and direct broadcasting on the occasion of the 650th anniversary of Prague’s cathedral foundation, Saint Wencelas Chapel, Prague Castle (with attendance of the head of state, the cardinal of Prague and other personalities)
June 1995 - Official inauguration of the Bonmont Monastery, Switzerland, (“opening concert”)
November 1996 - concert given within the project The Year of Czech Music, Jena, Germany
April 1997 - Vespers singing in the Brevnov Monastery during a visit of Pope John Paul II to the Czech Republic
February 1998 - A festive concert in the Great University Hall of the Carolinum on the occasion of the 650th anniversary of Charles University foundation
March 1998 - Nantes, Journée gregorienne Festival (all-day cycle of monastery canonical hours)
January 1999 - concert tour, Israel (Jaffa, Nazareth, Bethlehem, Haifa, Jerusalem)
March 1999 - Nantes, the festival La priere des heures - Passio (all-day cycle of canonical hours with Passion History)
April 2000 - Nantes, the festival Les fils d’Abraham (Festival of Christian Churches, Hebraism and Islamic Music with reference to mutual spiritual roots)
May 2000 - Concert for German Parliament deputies, Reichstagspraesidentenpalais, Berlin
June 2000 - Concert for the supreme representatives of the Visegrad Four countries, Konopiste Castle
September 2000 - Concert for the summit of the International Monetary Fund, Prague Castle (with attendance of the President of the Czech Republic and foremost representatives of the IMF)
October 2000 - Mutual concert and ecumenical service with Japanese telapoins, All-Saints Church (Prague Castle, and Saint Salvator Church in Prague
December 2000 - Advent concert for the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Brussels, Belgium
January 2001 - second concert tour, Israel (Latrun, Tel Aviv, Haifa)

Television, Film and Radio (selection):

1994 - Roots of Czech Statehood, direction by Milan Maryska, a documentary and promotion film for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
1995 - recordings for the Katholike Radio Omroep, Hilversum, the Netherlands (a studio recording and a recording of two concerts)
1995 - Prince Wenceslas, direction by František Filip, a telefilm
1995-1996 - all-year cycle Liturgical Year through Gregorian Chant (about 60 programmes of the Czech Radio-Vltava Station), prepared and guided by David Eben with usage of our many older as well as purpose-made recordings. With its specialisation and extend this project appears to be an unprecedented dramaturgical deed.
December 1996 - Christmas Concert direct broadcasting from Prague to 20 countries in Europe and in overseas within the international broadcasting EBU
May 1997 - singing at festive opening mass of the international festival of Gregorian Ensembles in Belgian Watou, direct broadcasting by Eurovision
1999-2000 - new all-year cycle Liturgical Year through Gregorian Chant of the Czech Radio – Vltava Station, prepared and guided by David Eben with usage of our many odler as well as purpose-made recordings. It is a resumption of the radio series from the years 1995-1996 which was quite favourably reviewed by audience.