We play with passion. For you.
The love for music is in Czech genes. There is good reason for the saying: Every Czech is a musician. Czech musicians are rightly considered to be the absolute best in the interpretation of classical music in the world. Do you want to meet them live?Come to a concert of the Prague Music Orchestra chamber ensemble, which originated in the beginning of the 21st century and is one of the most renowned Czech musical ensembles today. It is distinguished by a unique, cultivated sound and it is a representative of highly appreciated interpretation art.
The orchestra is composed of players from leading Czech ensembles, such as the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra or the Prague Philharmonia. Our musicians play with passion and are ready to give you a unique and unforgettable experience.
Prague Music Orchestra is the home of soloists who are established musicians from the young, emerging Czech generation. They are the bearers and successors of the famous Czech musicality and musical precision.
Come and listen to the beautiful tones that resound through the unique environment of the Prague Municipal House. We look forward to seeing you!
The soprano singer Olga Jelínková graduated from the Prague Conservatory as part of Antonie Denygrová's class (2002) and from the Music Faculty of the Prague AMU in the class of Miloslav Podskalský (2009). She also participated in the performance courses of Richard Sigmund in Merano, Italy. Furthermore, she completed master classes with Teresa Berganza in Santander, Spain, which included a concert tour in Spain and France. Last but not least, Olga Jelínková also took Peter Dvorský's master classes in Znojmo and Piešťany.
Jan is the son of MgA. Jan Mráček, the artistic director of the Czechoslovak Chamber Orchestra Prague, and MgA. Ludmila Mráčková, a member of the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra. He comes from a musical family – both of his parents are violinists, graduates of the Prague AMU. His father was a classmate of Václav Hudeček and is a former concertmaster (for example, in the FOK). There are also several other musicians in the Mráček family.Show more
He started playing the violin at the age of five. He attended the high school and the Music School of the City of Prague, in the class of Prof. Magdalena Micková. He studied for ten years under violinist Jiří Fišer (2003-2013) and later, he graduated from the Prague Conservatory under his supervision. At the age of thirteen, he had already performed with violinist Josef Suk. In 2011, Jan became the youngest soloist in the history of the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra.
In addition, he collaborated with such personalities as Ida Haendel, Stephen B. Shipps, Gavriel Lipkind, Leonid Kerbel, Levon Chilingirian, and Walter Boeykens in the framework of his master courses.
In 2010, he won the second prize at the Prague Spring International Competition and in September 2014, he won the Fritz Kreisler International Competition in Vienna. He is an assistant at the Václav Hudeček Academy and assists with summer music courses in Luhačovice.
V roce 2016 se oženil a má syna.
He is currently studying in Vienna (2016), at the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, under the supervision of Jan Pospíchal, the concertmaster of the Vienna Symphonic Orchestra.
He studied at the Conservatory in Teplice under Professor Jiřina Dlouhá (1989-1993), and then he continued at the AMU in Prague (Professor Václav Snítil's class, graduated in 1997). During his studies, he successfully participated in several international competitions (Zagreb, Germany, Beethoven's Hradec) and in the competition of Czech Conservatoires. His studies ended with an all-evening violin recital, and a performance of the concert for the violin and orchestra from Orchestra D-Major by J.Brahms, together with the North Bohemian Philharmonic Orchestra.
Vlastimil has completed master classes in Switzerland under the supervision of Prof. Albert Lysy and chamber music courses in Austria under Prof. Schulze. Vlastimil worked at the Suk Chamber Orchestra for five years. While working as a concert master with this ensemble, he toured Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Japan and China. In addition, he intensively cooperated with Josef Suk and concerted with him as a soloist at home as well as abroad. He has been the concertmaster of the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra in Prague since 2000, and he also regularly performs as a soloist at the New Prague College of Radio Symphonists.
Petr Zdvihal (1973) is a graduate of the Pardubice Conservatory (Prof. Vladimír Kulík) and HAMU in Prague (Prof. Václav Snítil). He also participated in the master courses of Prof. Albert Lysy in Switzerland. He has won the international competition Beethoven Hradec, where he was awarded the Best Beethoven Performance Prize. Petr has performed with more than fifteen orchestras in the Czech Republic, Germany and Spain as a soloist. Petr Zdvihal is also the concertmaster of the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Ondřej Skopový (1980) studied at the Prague Conservatory under the leadership of Prof. Dana Vlachová. He became a member of the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra (PKF) when he was still a student. He studied in the class of Prof. Petr Messiereur at HAMU in Prague (2000-2005). Ondřej has served as a concert master and a soloist for the Academic Chamber Soloists. In May 2001, he was offered the chance to join the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, but because of his studies, he did not become a member of this world-class body.
In the same year, he joined the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, where he served as the head of the second violin from January 2006 until August 2007. He has been the deputy head of the second violin at the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra since 2007. In addition to performing in the symphonic orchestra, he is a member of the Prague Royal Orchestra, which focuses on chamber music - he has been a concertmaster since 2000 and has been acting as a permanent soloist since 2003. In recent years, Ondřej has also been actively involved in chamber music. He specializes in the interpretation of contemporary music in violin and double bass and together with bassist David Pavelka, he has already recorded compositions by contemporary composers for Czech Radio.
Anna Dolejší is a graduate of the Prague Conservatory in classical singing (under Prof. Zuzana Laszló) and the music faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, under the supervision of a prominent Czech soprano singer, Prof. Jana Jonášová.
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She has also taught at Prof. Jiřina Marková's School of Music and Singing. Currently, she teaches solo singing and musical science at the Art School B. M. Černohorského in Nymburk. In addition, she privately teaches individual singing lessons and prepares students for entrance exams at the conservatory.