Monday 5 June, 19.30

A unique "performance" in the form of a concert by two elite performers of classical music, oboist Vilém Veverka and pianist Martin Kasík is prepared for the unique space of the Villa Tugendhat.

On 5 June from 19.30, the two performers will present an ambitious programme that will reflect in the first part the so-called "Salon" music of Schumann and Chopin, while in the second part of the concert they will focus on the compositions of the Brno interwar scene: the Sonata by Leoš Janáček and a Suite by Pavel Haas. The concert will be broadcast by the Czech Radio in the EBU network.


Both soloists have been collaborating systematically since 2011. Their repertoire focuses on the music of the romantic period and the 20th century. Janáček's Sonata, originally for violin and piano, will be heard in combination with the oboe for the very first time. It is worth mentioning that Vilém Veverka with his permanent piano partner have chosen the phenomenal space of the Villa Tugendhat entirely deliberately – he personally considers this building to be the most significant monument of modern architecture in this country. The entire project thus becomes a real "Gesamtkunstwerk".

The concert will include a tour of Villa Tugendhat at the end of the concert.



Admission: CZK 1500 / person, the programme includes a 20-minute tour of the villa interiors.

Previous reservation required, capacity is limited.

Book your tickets book by phone at +420 515 511 015/017 or by e-mail at

Stiletto heels are not permitted in the interior of the villa.


You can download a poster here.