Miloslav Študent (Czech Republic)

Lute, Baroque Guitar

He became interested in 16th-18th century music performance practice during his studies of musicology and aesthetics at the Masaryk University in Brno. At the same time, he founded ensemble Flores Musicae (together with M. Kožená, V. Richter and V. Mikulášková), with which he prepared a number of modern premieres of forgotten works. As a lutenist, he started as an autodidact, and gathered experience attending courses with S. Juřica, L. Contini, A. Bailes, H. Smith, S. Stubbs), followed by studies with R. Gini (Laboratorio permanente di ricerca sulla musica italiana del XVII secolo, Civica Scuola di musica di Milano), from where he graduated in 1998 and obtained a lute playing diploma in the class of Paul Beier (2002). From 2002, Miloslav Študent has been teaching at the Academy of Early Music, part of the Institute of Musicology at Masaryk University in Brno; in 2004 he was appointed the Head of the Academy. In 2003 he led specialist seminars at the Accademia internazionale della musica di Milano. In 2004 he was the artistic director of the Festival of Baroque Opera at Valtice, where he also prepared stage performances of The Duel of Song and Dance and Festino. As a lutenist he has performed with many distinguished soloists (M. Kožená, J. Lewitová, B. Zanichelli, M. Hugget, E. Machová, R. Gini and M. Pospíšil) and ensembles (Ensemble Concerto Milano, Capella Regia Musicalis Praha, Musicalische Compagney Berlin, Ritornello Praha, Ensemble Galatea, Teatro Franco Parenti Milano and La Gambetta), giving concerts in Europe and South America. He also appears as a soloist and records for CDs, radio and TV stations and movies, and founded his own ensemble, In Cordis. He also plays viola da gamba.

About the class:

Teaching languages: Czech, Italian, German

aktivní účastníci / active participants

  1. Jan Podroužek
  2. Roman List
  3. Jan Turek
  4. Terezie Odstrčilová
  5. Dana Memioglu
  6. Kamil Remeš
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