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World premieres and noteworthy editions conducted by

Charles Olivieri-Munroe

Robert Schumann/Olivieri-Munroe: Genoveva Fantasy, opera suite (2021) 

"Genoveva Fantasy" includes 45 minutes of orchestral adapted highlights from the opera Genoveva. It is scored for a normal Romantic-sized orchestra, one solo soprano and optional chorus. The soprano (Genoveva) appears on stage in the second half of the suite singing three arias - her third, and the climax of the work is one of the most dramatic and moving arias ever heard by Robert Schumann. Score & parts created and edited by Charles Olivieri-Munroe 2021, first performance April 2021 with the North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Teplice.

Anze Rozman: Revolutionary Etude versus Fantasy Impromptu (2016)

Score & parts edited revised by COM and composer for Polish premiere in Cracow. Subsequently re-edited for small symphony orchestra for German premiere with Philharmonie SWF (January 2017).

Adam Dedic: Fantasy for 4-Hand Piano (2016)

Score & parts edited by COM and composer for Polish premiere in Cracow. Soloists Kirana and Niko Olivieri-Munroe.

Antonin Dvorak: A Hero's Song / Pisen Bohatyrska Op.111 (2010)

Score & parts edited by COM and first performed in Moscow Tchaikovsky Hall with the Moscow Philharmonic.  This outstanding work and Dvorak's last orchestral piece is championed by COM who conducts it throught the world to rave reviews from critics and audiences alike.



Bohuslav Martinu: Nocturne in F# Minor (2009)

Score created from orchestral material.  First performance with Prague State Opera Orchestra in Prague.


Karel Ancerl: Sinfonietta (2008

First performance.  Score retrieved from Canadian composer, Milan Kymlicka's archive in Toronto from which Charles commissioned the orchestra parts to be created in Teplice, Czech Republic.  First performance recorded by Czech Radio in 2008.


Jiri Gemrot: Cello Concerto (2007)

Premiered in Teplice with the North Czech Philharmonic and soloist, Jeremy Findlay.



Jiri Gemrot: Concertino for Cello & Piano (2006)

Premiered in Teplice with the North Czech Philharmonic and solo cellist -  Jeremy Findlay, solo pianist - Ellen Braslavsky.

Jan Klusák: Stesk po Mozartovi / "Missing Mozart" for obligato oboe and chamber orchestra (2002)

Written for the 200th anniversary after the death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Solo oboe - Dušan Foltýn

Orchestra - Czech National Symphony Orchestra

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