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The annunciation from Jobst

The annunciation from JobstThe rich programme awaits us ...

It is coming! It will be done soon!
All we look forward to it, be outside and listen to music in the center of Brno on thursday the 19th of April of 2018.

We introduce you to the complete list of the open air stage!

         TIME                                                  PROGRAMME                                              
 15:00 - 15:50   440 Herců / concert
 16:00 - 16:40  Break Falls / concert
 16:50 - 17:20   eLiška / concert
 17:45 - 18:00   Dziewczynki bardzo ładne i piosenki bardzo ładne / concert 
 18:00 - 18:15   the student coordinator Stanislav Čaban / speech
 18:15 - 19:15  Květy / concert
 20:00 - 21:00   Ghost of You / concert

440 Herců

The quitar duo of former students of Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno. The members of thist duo are Šimon Bilina a Radek Melša.

Break Falls

They say about themselves that they look good and they have a band as well. They are a gender-balanced band with love for indie-pop.

Break Falls is czech an alternative indie-rock band from Brno, founded in April of 2014. At the beginning of the band they formed by Alžběty Brothánkové (singing and keys) and Markéty Chmelíkové (singing and quitar). Sabina Kašparová (drums) joined them in March of 2016. 

In the autumn of 2016 they recorded a debut album with the title "You Are", which includes 11 songs of their work.


It is a band from Brno (but their testing room is located in Norway) and has been playing since 2016. The frontman of the band is a singer Kateřina Reichová (student of Music fakulty of Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno, subject Opera direction). Other members are singer and pianist Markéta Husková (student of Music fakulty of Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno, subject Musical composition) and bass guitarist Tomáš Skalský.

Music of band eLiška is based on folk songs that are inspiring for her work. But they work with elements such as: elektronic music, sound effects, special musical instruments, female double-voice and and especially your feeling.

Dziewczynki bardzo ładne i piosenki bardzo ładne

Folklore. Tradition. Music. Three women.
Czech lassie sing Polish, Belarusian, Serbian, Bulgarian and also Slovak songs. Concert of folk music.

the student coordinator Stanislav Čaban.

A speech of the student coordinator of The International Festival of Theatre Schools SETKÁNÍ/ENCOUNTER 2018.


Květy is a band from Brno, founded in 1993. Since 2016, he has been playing in a new set, focusing more on electronics. They love experimenting and looking for new forms of music, thanks to the band has got a very wide range of fans. Their strong texts, arranger coloring, brilliant art solution of the cover plates, live concerts and the presence of humor are appreciated.
The band visited a many countries like Poland, Serbia, Austria, France and the Netherlands.
Since 2004 he has released his albums at Indies Scope. The band was nominated by several times for the Anděl award and won by three times (2006, 2009, 2015). Among other prizes, the band also won the Vinyla award. The band cooperated with Divadlo na Orlí. Many songs have also been created for various compilation albums and projects.


Martin E. Kyšperský – singing, quitar, elektronic
Aleš Pilgr – drums, elektronic, singing 
Ondřej Kyas – keys, synth-bass, elektronic, singing

Ghost of You

Ghost of You is a band of young lads coming from Brno, who resolved to officially release a debut album with Indies Scope after two years of relentless live performing. Their original sound has been described to lay at an intersection of delicate emotions and unrestrained momentary energy. 
Their psychedelic pop rooted in minimalism has been recorded on a debut album Glacier and the City, created under the supervision of renowned producer Ondřej Ježek. This year, the band has played the prestigious Sziget festival in Hungary, a concert at the International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary and Banat festival in Romania. Their new record is said to be concise and a little gloomy. 

Marek H.


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