The concert is part of the concert series Jazz meets World and Music at Vyšehrad. Classmates from Berklee College of Music will meet again in Prague.

Scott Robinson (*27/04/1959) is an American jazz multi-instrumentalist. Robinson is best known for his playing of various saxophones, but he also played the clarinet, alto clarinet, flute, trumpet, sarrusophone, and other lesser-known instruments. The son of a piano teacher and a National Geographic book editor, Scott Robinson graduated in 1981 from Berklee College of Music. The following year, he joined this college and became its youngest lecturer. Robinson has recorded with musicians such as Frank Wess,] Roscoe Mitchell, Ruby Braff, Joe Lovano, Ron Carter, Paquito D’Rivera, David Bowie, Marie Schneider, Rufus Reid, Buck Clayton and many others.

Introducing Emil Viklický (*23/11/1948) would be like carrying owls to Athens, he is one of the most important personalities of domestic jazz, contemporary music and, in the past, fusion. So let’s just recall the last activities of the internationally respected, tirelessly creative musician and composer. Random ongoing compositional work for Wynton Marsalis, currently culminating in the melodrama Disturbing The Peace, commissioned for the Jazz At Lincoln Center concert series. Authorship of film music. Alternatively, the excellent recording Between Us (2020) with bass clarinetist Pavlo Hrubý and the concert album Wangaratta (2021) recorded in Australia with Miroslav Bukovský and John Mackey.


300,- on the spot and online on the website of the Vyšehrad National Historical Park.

Concert seating only - unnumbered seats.