Stanislav Vavřínek

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Stanislav Vavřínek, born 26 February 1972, in Uherské Hradiště,[1] is a Czech conductor and teacher at the department of conducting at the Faculty of Music of the Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in Prague.[2]

Vavřínek first studied flute and conducting at the Brno Conservatory, then he continued his studies at the department of conducting at the Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in Prague (with Eliška, Vajnar, Štych) and afterward he attended courses by Roberto Benzi in Switzerland. He started his profession in 1994 as the Chief Conductor of the Prague Student Orchestra. Since the beginning of his career he has worked with orchestras including for example the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Philharmonia, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic and with exceptional soloists like Ivan Moravec, Igor Ardašev, Eugen Indjic, Gabriela Beňačková, Eva Urbanová, Dagmar Pecková, Ivan Kusnjer, Radek Baborák, Václav Hudeček, Bohuslav Matoušek, Sophia Jaffé, Jiří Bárta, Milan Svoboda etc. He also appeared as a guest conductor in many European countries and Japan and was a guest at many international music festivals (Prague Autumn, Prague Spring etc.). Between 1999 and 2008 he was the Chief Conductor of the Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of South Bohemia. Since 2008, he has been the Chief Conductor of the Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra and since 2006, a professor at the department of conducting at the Faculty of Music of the Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in Prague.[3]

Cultural offices
Preceded by
Principal Conductor, Prague student orchestra
1994–1998
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Jaroslav Krček
Chief Conductor, Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of South Bohemia
1999–2008
Succeeded by
Jan Talich
Preceded by
Jakub Hrůša
Chief Conductor, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra
2008-present
Succeeded by
incumbent

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stanislav Vavřínek". Academy of Performing arts in Prague. Retrieved 19 March 2010.
  2. ^ "Stanislav Vavřínek - dirigent". Triart Management. Retrieved 19 March 2010.
  3. ^ "Chief Conductor". Filharmonie Bohuslava Martinů. Retrieved 19 March 2010.

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