Teachers

Matěj Trojan

Matej Trojan

saxophone, piano

In 2015 he joined a project for the creation of the first Czech saxophone orchestra under the baton of Marek Šedivý on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the founding of the Bohemia Saxophone Quartet. In the past he has also participated in dance and jazz orchestras (BigBand Michala Reisera, Blue Tone Band)

 

Jan Krček

Barbora Fialova

singing

Singer, focused mainly on pop singing. She also successfully participated on several singing competitions, where she won various awards like 2nd place in Czech talent Zlín. Now, as a singer, she is devoted to her bands Cross Country, The five band etc..

Jaromír Klepáč

Jaromir Klepac

piano

He has recorded for Supraphon, Panton, Bonton, Calliope, Hamonica Mundi and the American company RIAX more than 40 CDs. As a soloist and highly sought-after chamber partner, he frequently performs in major music centres in Europe, and overseas (USA, Canada, Asia, Africa). He heads master classes in Salzburg, Reykjavik, Edmonton, Rio de Janeiro...

Miloslava Vítková

Miloslava Vítková

singing

She is founder of mixed scout choir Cantuta and female choir Buburezza, a GHMS project, with which she earned multiple awards on both Czech and international choral competitions. Since September 2012 she is also choirmaster of Children's Choir of Cathedral of St. Vít, Václav and Vojtěch in Prague.

 

Jaroslav Halíř

Jaroslav Halir

trumpet

In 1992 J. Halíř was awarded the first prize in the Internacional Competition Concertino Praga. He is 1st solo trumpet player of Czech Philharmonic Orchestra since 1995. Jaroslav Halíř is still one of the most requested recording artists and he also plays regularly with many various chamber-music ensembles.

Matous Hron

Matous Hron

guitar

He gives solo performances on a regular basis, his repertoire includes works of composers such as J. S. Bach, W. Walton or J. Rodrigo. In 2014-2015, he was a member of a folk guitar duo Vedvou. Occasionally, he performs with a jazz bigband. Being a rock enthusiast, Matous makes his own arrangements of rock songs for solo acoustic guitar and voice.

Filip Smycek

Filip Smycek

clarinet and recorder

In 2015, he won the first prize in statewide competition of Music Schools in playing clarinet and also he started to play in Symphonic Band Májovák Karviná which is one of the best amateur orchestra in the Czech Republic. He played with Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava and with Philharmonic Brno and also takes part in international festivals for example in Estonia, Poland, Latvia, France etc.

Alexandr Smutný

Alexandr Smutný

trumpet, piano

Czech trumpet player, ambassador of B&S instruments in Czech republic, Universal music recording artist in Czech republic and Slovakia, member of music group Jelen. He twice won the first prize in the national round of the competition of Art Schools...

 

Krystof Danczi

Kryštof Danczi

saxophone, clarinet, bass

Krystof is open to all musical styles, but he is most focused on the music styles like funky, pop, rock. His current music work is mainly on the saxophone and clarinet at the Orchestr Ježkovy Stopy, among other things he occasionally play with Petr Sovič and his Golden Big Band Prague on baritone saxophone.

Margit Klepáčová

Margit Kolackova

violoncello

She has performed as a soloist, as a chamber musician with the Rejcha Trio and Kapralova Quartet and as leader of the cello section of the Talich Chamber Orchestra, in major venues both in Europe and internationally. She has recorded several CDs, and has also recorded for radio and television. She has been responsible for several music - teaching projects as Kyoto-Prague etc...

Anna Kralova

Anna Kralova

saxophone, singing

Anna had won several competitions during studies: statewide competition Elementary Art Schools – in saxophone, Music festival pedagogical schools and College Pedagogical – in classical singing, in vocal duet. She has been singing in many choirs (Radost Praha, Bubureza, choir Prague conservatory,..). Anna is interested in playing in big bands...

Milos Cerny

Milos Cerny

violine, singing

Milos Cerny belongs to the most demanded Czech violin players and recording artists. He performed on more than 3000 concert all around the world on the most famous places and concert halls like Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House and others. He is also top classical singing teacher.

 

Marcela Brozova

Marcela Vanova

ukulele

Marcela Vanova belongs to the best Czech ukulele teachers. She cooperated in the creation of czech book "Ukulele step by step" of Ben Anderson.

 

Alena Sistkova

Alena Sistkova

violoncello

Alena is a member of Czech Philharmony academy, she took part in many international violoncello competitions and belongs to the top Czech violoncello players of her generation.

Filip Smycek

Michael Jermar

saxophone

In 2014 Michael recorded the saxophone episode of “Filharmonici na ulici,” a show by the Czech television, and premiered “Three pieces for alto saxophone solo” by Hanuš Gočár. In 2017/2018 he is looking forward to premiere “BACH’erevko,” a piece written and dedicated to him by world-famous French composer François Rossé.

Luis Martínez Moreno

Luis Martínez Moreno

piano, music theory

Louis studied at University of Malaga in Spain than he got professional grade on Piano at Conservatory of Málaga. Than he studied at University of Montpellier in France on Faculté des études de lettres et humanités and also in Kings College in United Kingdom

 

Radek Zitny

Radek Zitny

saxophone, clarinet

Radek performed in numerous ensembles specialising both in classical and jazz music, including Talich Chamber Orchestra, Czech Chamber Philharmonic Pardubice, Pilsen Philharmonic, GOJA Music Hall, The Estates Theatre of Prague, Virtuosi di Praga, Berg Orchestra, Ensemble Terrible, Original Prague Syncopated Orchestra, Bohemia Symphony Orchestra, Ježkovy stopy

 

Martina Mihulkova

Martina Mihulkova

flute, jazz singing

Martina has recently been a finalist of the Needlemakers’ Prize Competition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, where she graduated with First Class Honours in 2017. A versatile musician, she performs with orchestras, bands and live electronics, and explores composition and creative musical collaboration.

Jana Chaudhuri

Jana Chaudhuri

piano

Jana Chaudhuri ranks among the most outstanding Czech pianists today. She studied under Marie Simkova Kotrcova at the Conservatory of Ceske Budejovice and Alena Vlasakova at the Janacek Academy of Music in Brno. The winner of more than 25 piano competitions and honors nationally and internationally with countless 1st prizes.

Giora Kukui

Giora Kukui

piano, music theory

Giora completed his musical education at The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. He has been teaching music for over ten years. He is a gigging musician (Kukui Quartet, The MJUD), composer and a recording artist.

 

Tereza Hořejšová

Tereza Hořejšová

singing, piano

Tereza collaborate with the best orchestras in the Czech Republic, like Prague Philharmonia, Prague Symphonic orchestra, Philharmonic orchestra of Pardubice and Hradec Králové and others. She also won many competitions like for example 50.International competition of Antonín Dvořák in Karlovy Vary.

 

Patricie Kozlova

Patricie Kozlova

violin

When she was 10 years old, she become absolute winner in competition of Conservatory of Pilsenas the youngest participant. These days Patricie performs in concerts throughout Czech Republic and abroad (Slovakia, Ukraine, Italy, Germany, France).


COOPERATING TEACHERS

Barbora Smutná

Barbara Smutna

piano
Dublin, Ireland

 

Martin Smutný

Martin Smutny

trumpet
Dublin, Ireland

 

Michael Roháč

Michael Rohac

conductor
Canada 

 

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