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has been surrounded by music since her childhood. Her mother the pianist Prof. Alena Vlasáková inspired her by playing piano games with her. At the age of four she was accepted to study at the Music School of the capital city of Prague under Zdena Janžurová. Then she continued her studies at the Jan Neruda Grammar School focused on music under Růžena Učňová and also at AMU in Prague under doc. Dagmar Šimonková within her pedagogical practice. At that time she started participating in piano competitions and performing. She is the winner of several international competitions.
From 1999 to 2005 she studied at the Prague Conservatory under prof. Eva Boguniová, then gaining her bachelor and magister degrees at AMU, Prague under Prof. Ivan Klánský. In 2013 she finished her studies in Meisterklasse at Hochschule für Musik „Carl Maria von Weber“ Dresden under Prof. Arkadij Zenzipér. Since 2006 she has been dealing with piano pedagogy. Currently she teaches piano at Hochschule für Musik „Carl Maria von Weber“ and Landesgymnasium für Musik and Conservatory „Heinrich Schütz“ in Dresden.more
started learning to play the piano under Blanka Skálová. Then she studied at P.J. Vejvanovský Conservatory, Kroměříž under MgA. Vanda Jandová and at JAMU, Brno under prof. Alena Vlasáková graduating at doctoral programme. She participated in national as well as international piano competitions and she was awarded the YAMAHA scholarship. a honoured by being on a Premier List of young artists of the Czech Music Fond.
As a soloist she cooperates with prominent Czech ensembles and orchestras. Since 2009 she is a member of Petrof Piano Trio. Martina Schulmeisterová has taught at P. J. Vejvanovský Conservatory since 2002. Her students are successful in international and national piano competitions.more
the Czech pianist and pedagogue, the absolvent of P. J. Vejvanovský Conservatory in Kroměříž, JAMU in Brno and the University of Leeds; the laureate of international competitions in piano interpretation. He has taken many interpretation master classes all over the Europe. He was awarded the scholarship from YAMAHA company in 2006 and then he was honoured by being on a Premier List of young artists of the Czech Music Fond.
He performs abroad as well as in the Czech Republic and cooperates with Czech Radio and Radio Slovakia. Since 2004 he teaches at conservatory P.J. Vejvanovský in Kroměříž. Ondřej Hubáček was awarded for his pedagogical activities and he is honoured to be invited to be a member of jury in international competitions. In 2009 he founded Camerata Cremsiriensis chamber orchestra. Since 2010 he has been teaching at International Courses of interpretation in Zábřeh.more
was born in 1971 in the town of Kroměříž where she also attended her first piano lessons in the class of Dagmar Michoňková at a local music school. She pursued her studies at Vejvanovsky Conservatory in Kroměříž in the class of Mgr. Vladimír Bílek. She took part in various courses and competitions during her studies. Consequently with the final year at the conservatory she was accepted to Janáček Akademy of Art in Brno in 1990, where she attended classes of doc. Eva Fischerová-Martvoňová. Apart from the solo piano playing she also dedicated to chambre playing. She graduated in 1995, nevertheless, since 1992 she had been tutoring at Church Conservatory in Kroměříž and also at Vejvanovsky Conservatory in Kroměříž, where she has been offered the post of a deputy director in 2000. She has been performing the function ever since.more
is a soloist and a chamber musician who has performed concerts in the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom, and the USA. He has appeared numerous times as a soloist with the Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Republic), Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra, Helios Chamber Orchestra (UK) and several of his performances have been broadcast on Czech Television and Czech Radio 3, for which he made several recordings. He performed as a soloist during with the Novello Orchestra during the UK portion of the La La Land “Live in Concert” world tour.
In 2014, he released a critically acclaimed debut solo album of Beethoven, Ravel and Slavicky under the EITO Music label.
He works closely with composers – he recorded music by Daniel Elms at the Abbey Road Studios in London, and performed some of his music at the New Music Biennial, held at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Additionally, he was invited to perform a series of new music recitals to mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, premiering works by Hannah Kendall, Sadie Harrison and Andy Keenan.more