Czech Clar­inet Con­gress

8th to 14th of Novem­bercekla-logo

Mas­ter class­es, recitals, con­certs, lec­tures in the­o­ry, instru­ment exhi­bi­tions

For­eign:
Arka­diusz Adams­ki (Poland)
Flo­rent Heau (France)
Joan Enric Llu­na (Spain)
Har­ri Mäki (Fin­land)
Charles Nei­dich (USA)
Kyril Rybakov (Rus­sia)
Jochen Seggelke (Ger­many)
Ronald van Spaen­don­ck (Bel­gium)
Rudolf Tutz (Aus­tria)
Valentin Urjupin (Rus­sia)
Gabor Var­ga (Hun­gary)
Czech:
Lukáš Daňhel (CZ, Brno) bas­set horn
Karel Dohnal (CZ, Prague)
Emil Drápela (CZ, Brno)
Igor Fran­tišák (CZ, Ostra­va)
Jiří Hlaváč (CZ, Prague)
Zbig­niew Kale­ta (CZ, Ostra­va)
Štěpán Kout­ník (CZ, Prague)
Jana Lahod­ná (CZ, Prague)
Jan Mach (CZ, Prague)
Vlas­tim­il Mareš (CZ, Prague)
Lud­mi­la Peterková (CZ, Prague)
Jiří Poru­bi­ak (CZ, Zlín) bass clar­inet
Milan Řeřicha (CZ/CH Lugano)
Felix Slováček jr. (CZ, Prague)
Kateři­na Váchová-Soukalová (CZ, Prague)
Daniel Svo­bo­da (CZ, Ostra­va)
Petr Vašek (CZ, Prague)
Irvin Venyš (CZ, Prague)
Val­ter Vítek (CZ, Ostra­va)
Zdeněk Zav­ičák (CZ, České Budějovice)
Michal Zpěvák (CZ, Prague)
Cham­ber ensem­bles:
Can­ta­ri­na Clar­inete
Clar­inet Fac­to­ry
Epoque Quar­tet
Five Star Quar­tet
Stadler Clar­inet Quar­tet
Zem­lin­sky Quar­tet
Orches­tra:
Janáček Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra Ostra­va