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Making History: “New World” Symphony Manuscript in BNH Majda Kallab Whitaker 28 January, 2015

As a center of Czech culture and government, the historic Bohemian National Hall was recently the proud venue of a historic exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution in...

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Dvorak’s Cello Concerto: Manuscript Discovery Majda Kallab Whitaker 18 March, 2014

The recent discovery of the earliest known musical manuscript of Antonin Dvorak's New York-composed masterpiece, the Cello Concerto in B minor, Opus 104, will be marked by an unprecedented...

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Painting Abstract, With Traces of Reality Katerina Kyselica 14 March, 2014

I met artist Sue Karnet in a way typical for New York – at a random ‘meet-up’ gathering of like-minded people searching for connection; we clicked when discussing art and our hearts filled with joy...

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Dreaming Big in the City Stephanie Teed 31 January, 2014

It has been a year since Ruth Horackova graduated college in New York City and she is continuing to work as hard as possible to pursue her acting dreams. Born in Prague, Ruth grew up surrounded...

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In Celebrating Print, Fantasies Triggered Our Imagination Katerina Kyselica 28 January, 2014

The recent exhibition at the BBLA Gallery presented phenomenal prints, all hand-pulled, by two generations of renowned Czech and Slovak printmakers. Their world of fantasy and imagination was...

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New World Diplomacy: Dvorak’s Contract Majda Kallab Whitaker 25 September, 2013

On September 8th, the Dvorak American Heritage Association (DAHA) unveiled its exhibition of the contract that brought Antonin Dvorak to America, featuring the original 1892 document signed by...

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