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Julie Braná graduate of Pilsen Conservatory (modern flute in the class of M. Kroupova). In years 1995 and 1996 she was member of Carlsbad symphony orchestra. During her studies she turned her interest into recorder playing and was parforming and recording with various ensembles (Musica florea, Collegium Quodlibet, Capella Rudolphina). She started her studies abroad at «Hochschule für Musik und Theater» in Hambourg in the classe of Peter Holtslag in 1996. There she obtained her Diploma with distinction in recorder in 2001 and completed „Konzertexamen“ in 2004. In Germany she started playing baroque and classicist flute which she was studying since 2001 at «Hochschule für Künste» in Bremen with Marten Root. She performed with many „baroque“ orchestras e. g. Hannoversche Hofkapelle, Hamburger Barockorchester, Kieler Barockorchester, Hannover Oper etc.
She also participated in courses and master classes with B. Kuijken, W. Hazelzet, K. Hünteler, M. Verbruggen,… in Germany, Netherlands and Norway. Since 1998 she has been lecturer at Summer school of Early music in Prachatice (Sudeten Land). In 2003 she founded Ensemble Accento with outstanding harpsichord player Edita Keglerová. In a present time, she is a principal teacher of recorder at Pilsen conservatory and Prague conservatory and performs regulary with ensembles Musica Florea, Collegium Marianum, Collegium 1704 and Ensemble Inégal.

 

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Jakub Kydlíček studied recorder at Pilsen Conservatory where he graduated with distinction in 2008. He has studied the orchestra conducting in the class of Jiri Strunc at the same Institute since 2006. He also devotes himself to the Oriental studies (B. A. degree from West Bohemian Univeristy, stage at Damascus university and Institute Bourguiba). He participated in master classes with prestigious teachers e. g. C. van Heerden, A. Solomon, B. Honig, P. Holtslag, H. ter Scheget, Th. Van Baarsel,… As recorder player participated in early music projects with many ensembles and orchestras (Foscarina, Concerto Aventino, Symphonic orchestra of Pilsen Conservatory, Collegium 1704, Praque baroque ensemble, Harmonia delectabilis,…) and performed through Europe (Germany, Netherlands, Austria, France,…). His conducting activities including the performance of Magnificat by J. S. Bach and Requiem by W. A. Mozart were highly acclaimed by audiance and press. His main interests in recorder playing consists in Italian repertoir of 17th century and german and italian high baroque compositions. Just after his graduation he came in post of recorder teacher at Prague conservatory. Besides the recorder he devotes himself to baroque oboe playing.

 

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Marek Špelina's interest in recorder and baroque flute playing started during the time of his studies at Pilsen Conservatory, where he graduated in modern flute. He participated in master classes with Nancy Hadden, Konrad Hünteler, Pamela Thorby and Peter Holtslag. Regulary performs both with ensembles of early instruments (Musica Florea, Ad Vocem, Musica Aeterna, Cappella Regia Musicalis, Kvinterna,… ) and ensembles as well as orchestras performing on modern instruments (Collegium Quodlibet led by Jiri Stivin, Collegium of Czech Philharmonics, Cappella Istropolitana). In a present time he holds the position of principal flutist in the Opera Orchestra of Theatre of J. K. Tyl in Pilsen. At the Pilsen Conservatory he teaches flute related subjects as picollo, orchestra playing and chamber music. Besides his teaching activities at Conservatory he has been regulary invited to teach recorder ensembles at International Summer Schoul of Early music in Valtice {South Moravia} since 2002. His interest and passion for music is covering not only the area of early and classical music, but also jazz and rock. He performed with such bands as Mercy Street, of which he is co-founder and as a guest he performed with Burma Jones or Darrell Standing.

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