Marek Štryncl (Czech Republic)

Baroque Orchestra
Choral Singing


Graduated in cello playing and conducting from the Teplice Conservatoire and from the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. He further continued his studies at the Dresdner Akademie für alte Musik and attended numerous early music interpretation courses (Chinon, Mainz, Valtice, Basel). In 1992 he founded Musica Florea, to perform music of the 17th and 18th century on period instruments. Among his numerous recordings, the most celebrated are Missa Sanctissime Trinitatis by J. D. Zelenka, Arias from J. S. Bach’s works with Magdalena Kožená and Zelenka’s Melodrama de Sancto Wenceslao. He is often invited to prestigious festivals at home and abroad. As cello player and conductor, he has appeared with Nancy Argenta, Flavio Olivier, Francois Bazola, Susanne Rydén, Simone Standage, Les Musiciens du Paradis, Orlando Consort, Ensemble Philidor, Le Poeme Harmonique, The New Israeli Vocal Ensemble, Musikalische Compagney, Boni Pueri, Regensburger Domspatzen, Pražský komorní sbor, Musica Aeterna, Solamente Naturali, Collegium Marianum, Collegium 1704, Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, Orquesta Barroca - La Principessa Filosofa, Ganz Europa and others. As a conductor, he often performs music of the Baroque & Classical and Post-Classical repertoire (he contributed in an important way to the rediscovery of sacred music by P. J. Vejvanovsky or P. J. Rittler) and also 19th and 20th century music.

www.musicaflorea.cz

About the class Baroque Orchestra:

G. F. Händel – overture to the opera Giulio Cesare in Egitto (strings, oboes, ev. flutes) Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer - Suite No. 8 (strings, oboes, flutes – also recorders, natural trumpets)


About the class Vocal Ensembles and Choirs:

(in cooperation with the orchestral class)(in cooperation with the orchestral class)

G. F. Händel - Zadok the Priest (HWV 258) – coronation anthem for chorus and orchestra (choir, strings natural trumpets), ev. timpani, oboes, ev. flutes) Jan Zach - Requiem g moll (choice of) (choir, possible solos – S, A and T, strings, flutes) W. A. Mozart - Offertorium Misericordias Domini (choir + strings, ev. flutes and oboes)


Teaching languages: Czech, English


Barokní orchestr / Baroque Orchestra

aktivní účastníci / active participants

  1. Jana Hradilová
  2. Marie Kalendová
  3. Mojmír Račanský
  4. Jakub Smola
  5. Barbora Špelinová
  6. Jaroslava Smolová
  7. Jiří Začal
  8. Hana Josífková
  9. Radek Houf (pasivní)

Vokální ansámbly a sbory / Vocal Ensembles and Choirs

aktivní účastníci / active participants

  1. Pavel Svoboda
  2. Ivo Dryák
  3. Kristina Archer
  4. Petra Součková
  5. David Souček (pasivní)
  6. Lenka Kapsová
  7. Libor Štichauer
  8. Milan Suchánek
  9. Kateřina Najmanová
  10. Světlana Najmanová (pasivní)
  11. Lucie Chrápavá
  12. Ema Kratochvílová
  13. Jiří Zavadil
  14. Alena Zavadilová
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