The program presents the choreography of outstanding Czech choreographer prof. Pavel Šmok, the founder of the company, who picked mainly Czech classical music and the music of the last century (Bedřich Smetana, Ilja Zelenka) as the template for his works. At the same time, excerpts from the works of contemporary artists who collaborated with the ensemble in recent years will be presented and their works will be accompanied by contemporary music.
The moderated program begins with a look into the daily routines of dancers – sample demonstrations of classical training and contemporary dance. It continues with various choreographies from the repertoire, representing different methods of dance expression and movement vocabulary, from neo-classical dance through folk inspiration to contemporary dance expression, including elements of acting.
The samples are chosen with regard to the age of the spectators and explain in a comprehensible way the history of dance, the work of the Prague Chamber Ballet and the details of the formation of the individual choreographies. The program is followed by a discussion with the moderator and the dancers themselves.