Entartete Musik in Prague between the World Wars became the topic of one of the episodes of historie.cs Czech TV series. The guests of Barbora Půtová in the Kavčí Hory studio were the dramaturge of the National Theatre Opera and State Opera Jitka Slavíková, historian and actor Jaroslav Someš and musicologist Jiří Štilec. We cordially invite you to the premiere on Saturday 6 May at 9.05 pm on ČT24. Rebroadcast on 7 May from 9.05 a.m. or conveniently on iVysilani CT.
How did the term entartete Kunst actually come about and what is its historical background? What was the coexistence of Czech and German artists in Prague during the First Republic like? How did the coexistence of the National Theatre and the New German Theatre (today's State Opera) work? What role did Alexander Zemlinsky play in Prague's musical life? And for whom did Czechoslovakia become a refuge after Adolf Hitler came to power? Find out this and much more in this fact-packed episode of the historie.cs series entitled "Entartete Musik aus Prag, degenerated music from Prague". You are cordially invited!