flute recital



Thursday, April 16th, 9am

1717 40th Avenue South

Fargo, ND

Dvorak displayed his musical gifts at an early age, being an apt student of violin playing from age 6. The first public performances of his works were in Prague in 1872 and, with special success, in 1873, when he was age 31. Seeking recognition beyond the Prague area, he first submitted a score of his First Symphony to a prize competition in Germany, but he did not win, and the manuscript, not returned, was lost until rediscovered many years later. Then in 1874 he first made a submission for the Austrian State Prize for Composition, including scores of two further symphonies and other works. Brahms, unbeknownst to Dvorak, was the leading member of the jury and was highly impressed. The prize was awarded to Dvorak in that year and again in 1876 and in 1877, when Brahms and the prominent critic Eduard Hanslick, also a member of the jury, made themselves known to him. Brahms recommended Dvořák to his publisher, Simrock, who soon afterward commissioned what became the Slavonic Dances, Op. 46. These were highly praised by the Berlin music critic Louis Ehert in 1878, the sheet music (of the original piano 4-hands version) had excellent sales, and Dvořák's international reputation at last was launched.

The New World Symphony was composed in 1893 while he was at the National Conservatory of music of america from 1892 to 1895.

I was born in 10,9,2002 . I live in Fargo and I have been playing the flute for 1 year. I like to play sports.