Marek Špelina
RECORDER EMSEMBLES
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Studied flute at the Pilsen Conservatoire, where he now teaches chamber music performance. He studied the recorder with J. Stivín and also in courses, where the tutors were N. Hadden, K. Hünteler, P. Thorby and P. Holstag. For eight years he was a member of the ensemble Musica Bohemica, later of the recorder quartet Michael Consort and the ensemble Musica Florea. He also co-operates with ensembles Collegium Quodlibet, Musica Aeterna, Ad Vocem. He participated in more than thirty CD-recordings with music from the Middle Ages up to contemporary, rock including. He is a member of the orchestra (first flute) of the J. K. Tyl Opera House in Pilsen and also co-founder of the recorder trio Tre Fontane.

Further information about Marek Špelina can be found at:

Tre Fontane

About The Class

Recorder ensembles class is for all those who want to enjoy the collective polyphonic performance of renaissance and baroque music.

Course members should be players at the II. level of Basic School of Arts education.

The class for Basic School of Arts teachers, Conservatory or University students, but for pure amateurs as well.

Level Of Skills Required

II. level of Basic School of Arts education

Maximum number of students

15

Teaching Languages

Czech, English

Active Participants – Optional class