An UpClose open exploration of Karel’s Nonet by Manchester Camerata and Chetham’s School of Music
Rudolf Karel, one of Dvořák’s last pupils, was imprisoned for resistance activities in 1943 and eventually transferred to the concentration camp of Terezín in February 1945, where he died the following month. Karel’s Nonet was composed between January and February 1945 in the most distressing circumstances and left incomplete after his death from dysentery on 6 March 1945.
Join Manchester Camerata & Chetham’s School of Music on the stage of the newly opened Stoller Hall for an exquisite exploration of the music and culture that emerged from Terezín.
Seating is on the stage and unallocated. Lift access is available, but if you have particular access needs we strongly recommend contacting us before you attend the event, so that we can make arrangements to support you during your visit.