Václav Vonášek

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Václav Vonášek (born 1980) is a Czech classical bassoonist.

He began to study the bassoon at the Concervatory in Plzeň (teachers Ladislav Šmídl and Matouš Křiváček). He went on to study at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (prof. František Herman and prof. Jiří Seidl). He gained yearlong scholarship to study at the Royal College of Music in London where he studied with Andrea de Flammineis and Martin Gatt.

Vaclav Vonasek is the founder and member of the Prague Bassoon Band, he has collaborated with his wife, violinist Jana Vonášková-Nováková and Barocco sempre giovane ensemble. From 2006-2016 he was a member of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.[1] Since March 2016 he is contrabassoonist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.[2]


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