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About Anežka

Anežka is a Czech professional player on modern and historical flutes. Currently she focuses on the historically informed performance (studying historical flutes with Kate Clark at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague) and on exploring how the experience with period instrument can affect the performance on modern instrument. This topic became her matter subject during her doctoral studies in Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno which she started in September 2018.


She studied modern flute with Václav Kunt and took masterclasses with János Bállint, Ashildur Haraldsdottir, Peter Verhoyed or Dieter Flury. Her professional interest in Early Music and historical flutes began in year 20214 when she started taking lessons of traverso playing with Marta Kratochvílová and Michaela Ambrosi. Later, she participated in ERASMUS program and took an internship at The Royal Concervatoire in The Hague (2020-2021) after which she was accepted to the class of Kate Clark and Wilbert Hazelzet.

Anežka has participated in projects and concert tours with leading Czech symphony orchestras (e.g., Brno Philharmonic, Czech Virtuosi, Virtuosi Brunnenses, Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc, Czech National Symphony Orchestra) and with several foreign ensembles. She is a founding member of two ensembles focusing on historically informed performance – ensemble Filigree (renaissance flute consort) which devotes its effort to discovering, performing, and recording works of female renaissance composers and ensemble PAX (voice, traverso, harpsichord) which focuses on the presenting music of Baroque period with connection to the Czech and Slovak background of the musicians. Recently, she performed with Bach Consort Nijkerk J. S. Bach’s cantata BWV 30 Freue dich, erlöste Schar (September 2022) and J. S. Bach’s St. Matthew’s Passion BWV 244 with Concerto d’Amsterdam, Deventer Vocaal Ensemble and Nieuw Vocaal Ensemble. Discover more in the section Performer.

Beside active playing and studies, Anežka has been recently focused on her research regarding the influence of the experience with period instrument on the performance on modern instrument. She presented her research subject in conferences in Doctoral conference of HF JAMU (20.-21.4.2022) and in III International Scientific Conference „Art and Science in the Modern Globalized Space“ (21.-22.5.2022). She also presented her personal project based on two separate flute recitals consisting of works for flute by the composers of the 18th century. See the section “Research”. Find out more in the section Researcher.

Anežka is also an enthusiastic music teacher. She has been teaching children of all age categories over past 9 years. She believes that sharing the music, its beauty and joy by playing with others and by passing this heritage to other generations is the most fulfilling profession and she sees it as her personal life mission. Get more information in the section Teaching.

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