The National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library is pleased to announce our first Music @ the Museum Concert of 2020.
Internationally renowned Czech guitarist Vladislav Bláha will perform at the Museum from 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, January 23. Bláha’s concert will commemorate the closing of our exhibition, Medieval to Metal: The Art and Evolution of the GUITAR.
The exhibit closes on January 26.
Bláha has performed in prestigious halls all over the world, including Carnegie Hall. He is a docent at the Janacek Academy of Music and the Brno Conservatoire, gives masterclasses at music colleges, and performs at festivals around the globe. He received his doctorate degree at the College of Music in Bratislava, Slovakia and docent degree at Janacek Academy of Music in Brno, Czech Republic. Bláha is president of Czech Classical Guitar Society.
The cost to attend Music @ the Museum is $8 per person for Museum members, $12 per person for non-members.
National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library
The National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is a museum that celebrates life: Czech life, Slovak life and American life. The Museum seeks to inspire people from every background to connect to Czech and Slovak history and culture. Through extraordinary exhibitions and experiences, the Museum tells stories of freedom and identity, family and community, human rights and dignity connecting yesterday with today and tomorrow. The Museum honors those who immigrated to America and worked hard, contributing their skills and vision to the formation of our nation. For more information, visit www.ncsml.org or call (319) 362-8500.